Global News 10/02/19 – Hong Kong reels from 'one of its most violent days,' Trump suggested shooting migrants' legs to stop border crossings, and 2 killed, 200 wounded by police in Iraqi protests

Residents gather at a shopping mall in Sha Tin to protest a teenage demonstrator shot at close range in the chest by a police officer and condemn police tactics and demand accountability, in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019. The shooting Tuesday during widespread anti-government demonstrations on China's National Day was a fearsome escalation in Hong Kong's protest violence. The 18-year-old is the first known victim of police gunfire since the protests began in June. He was hospitalized and his condition was described by the government as stable on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

Residents gather at a shopping mall in Sha Tin to protest a teenage demonstrator shot at close range in the chest by a police officer and condemn police tactics and demand accountability, in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019. The shooting Tuesday during widespread anti-government demonstrations on China's National Day was a fearsome escalation in Hong Kong's protest violence. The 18-year-old is the first known victim of police gunfire since the protests began in June. He was hospitalized and his condition was described by the government as stable on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

This Wednesday, Hong Kong reel from ‘one of its most violent days’ of protest; Trump wanted to shoot migrants’ legs, build alligator moats, and more to stop border crossings; two killed, 200 wounded by Iraqi police in protest; North Korea suspected to have fired ballistic missile from submarine; and PM Johnson makes final Brexit offer.