News At Seven-Thirty
On Air Date: 2018.01.13 (Sat)
News At Seven-Thirty highlights: The Financial Secretary remains coy on whether there will be any handouts in the upcoming budget ; A Beijing official has slammed local critics who refuse to accept that there is a legal basis for the co-location plan of the high-speed rail link ; Japan has started culling thousands of chickens after confirming an outbreak of the H5N6 strain of bird flu ; Mainland officials say a salvage team recovered two bodies today from a stricken Iranian oil tanker that’s still blazing a week ; Critics continue to heap scorn on U.S. President Donald Trump for vulgar remarks he allegedly made about Haiti and Africa ; Meanwhile, Donald Trump extended the waivers of sanctions against Iran, keeping the nuclear accord alive until mid-May ; Different groups came together today to remember a 5-year-old girl who died last week after suffering suspected abuse from her parents ; The illegal structure saga surrounding the justice chief appears to have attracted Beijing’s attention ; A woman remains in critical condition tonight after a unit went up in flames in what police are calling arson ; Broken pipes swamped multiple roads this morning in Wan Chai ; A British surgeon has escaped jail time even though he burned his initials into the livers of his patients during transplant operations ; Edgar Ray Killen, a former Ku Klux Klan leader in the U.S., who was convicted of the 1964 “Mississippi Burning” killings of three civil rights workers, has died in prison at the age of 92 ; To another milestone for Saudi Araia.