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Most of the survivors from the tragic hostage drama are returning home to Hong Kong along with the bodies of eight slain tourists.
One of the wounded will remain in intensive care in Manila, and another will be brought back on an other plane. The rest are to fly aboard a chartered plane to Hong Kong later on Wednesday after a Buddhist ceremony and a send-off by military officers at the Manila international airport.
|Most of the survivors from the tragic hostage drama are returning home to Hong Kong |
along with the bodies of eight slain tourists.
Workers at a funeral parlour loaded the coffins into wooden boxes for the flight home. A group of about 10 people, paid their respects by saying a prayer.
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