Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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  • Palace okayed SAF raid

    Palace okayed SAF raid

    No official condemnation of killings—Malacañang

    Malacanang reportedly sanctioned the operation of the Special Action Force in Maguindanao which resulted in the death of 49 members of the elite unit at the hands of Moro Islamic Liberation Front members. It also reportedly resulted in the death of Malaysian terrorist Zulkifli bin Hir, also known as Marwan,...
  • Dozens feared dead  in Mindanao clashes

    Dozens feared dead in Mindanao...

    PNP special forces engage Muslim rebels in gun battle

    Several dozens of  people, most of them government troops, were feared killed in a gun battle that erupted between security forces and some 300 Muslim rebels in Maguindanao on Sunday. Military sources said 37 members of the Philippine National Police Special Action Force who were out to  arrest...
  • Abus eyed in bombing

    Abus eyed in bombing

    THE police are questioning at least one person linked to the blast that killed two people near a bus terminal in Zamboanga City on Friday after President Benigno Aquino III ordered lawmen to thoroughly investigate the explosion. Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte said in a radio interview the...
  • Seven killed in Zamboanga car bomb explosion

    Seven killed in Zamboanga car bomb...

    ZAMBOANGA CITY – Seven persons were reported killed and 42 others were seriously injured when a bomb exploded in front of a bus terminal at Barangay Guiwan at 3:45 p.m. Friday, health officials said. Investigators and rescue workers rush to the scene of the explosion in Zamboanga City....
  • Binay accuser faces raps

    Binay accuser faces raps

    Developer to file P100m libel suit

    HIGH-END realty developer Alphaland Corporation threatened to sue former Makati vice mayor Ernesto Mercado for claiming that the company gave kick-backs for one of its projects and revealed that Mercado was the one who asked for “benefits” from the deal. Alphaland Corp. president Mario Oreta said...

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