Former Hong Kong leader guilty in unprecedented graft trial

A former leader of Hong Kong was convicted Friday of corruption over a luxury apartment in mainland China intended for his retirement, local media reported. The nine-member jury deliberating two days before finding Donald Tsang guilty of one count of misconduct in office and not guilty on a second count, the South China Morning Post and broadcaster RTHK said. Tsang, 72, served as Hong Kong's leader, or chief executive, from 2005 to 2012. He becomes the highest-ranking current or former offi...