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Twin explosions kill 20 people at Philippines cathedral

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Twin explosions kill 20 people at Philippines cathedral

Twenty people were killed and 81 injured when two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on a southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active security officials have said.

The country’s national police chief said the first bomb went off in or near Jolo cathedral during a mass on Sunday, followed by a second blast outside the compound as government forces were responding to the attack. Oscar Albayalde said the dead included troops and civilians.

A spokesman for the Philippines’ president, Rodrigo Duterte, vowed the country’s military would hunt down the attackers. “The enemies of the state have boldly challenged the capability of the government to secure the safety of the citizenry in that region,” said Salvador Panelo. “The armed forces of the Philippines will rise to the challenge and crush these godless criminals.”

There was no immediate claim of responsibility but police suspect the bombings were carried out by Abu Sayyaf, a militant group that has pledged allegiance to Islamic State and is notorious for its bombings and brutality.

Photos on social media showed debris and bodies lying on a busy street outside the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which has been hit by bombs in the past.

Troops in armoured carriers sealed off the main road leading to the church while vehicles were transporting the dead and wounded to the hospital. Some casualties were evacuated by air to nearby Zamboanga city.

“I have directed our troops to heighten their alert level, secure all places of worships and public places at once, and initiate pro-active security measures to thwart hostile plans,” said the defense secretary, Delfin Lorenzana, in a statement.

Jolo island has long been troubled by the presence of Abu Sayyaf militants, who are blacklisted by the United States and the Philippines as a terrorist organisation because of bombings, kidnappings and beheadings.

The incident comes nearly a week after minority Muslims in the predominantly Roman Catholic nation endorsed a new autonomous region in the southern Philippines in hopes of ending nearly five decades of a separatist rebellion that has left 150,000 people dead.

Although most of the Muslim areas approved the autonomy deal, voters in Sulu province, where Jolo is located, rejected it. The province is home to a rival rebel faction that’s opposed to the deal as well as smaller militant cells that are not part of any peace process.

Western governments have welcomed the autonomy pact. They worry that small numbers of Islamic State-linked militants from the Middle East and south-east Asia could forge an alliance with Filipino insurgents and turn the south into a breeding ground for extremists.

“This bomb attack was done in a place of peace and worship, and it comes at a time when we are preparing for another stage of the peace process in Mindanao,” said governor Mujiv Hataman of the autonomous region in Muslim Mindanao.

“Human lives are irreplaceable,” he added, calling on Jolo residents to cooperate with authorities to find the perpetrators of this “atrocity”.

Security officials were looking “at different threat groups and they still can’t say if this has something to do with the just concluded plebiscite,” Albayalde, the national police chief, told ABS-CBN TV network.

Aside from the small but brutal Abu Sayyaf group, other militant groups in Sulu include a small band of young jihadis aligned with the Islamic State group, which has also carried out assaults, including ransom kidnappings and beheadings.

Abu Sayyaf militants are still holding at least five hostages – a Dutch national, two Malaysians, an Indonesian and a Filipino – in their jungle bases mostly near Sulu’s Patikul town, not far from Jolo.

Government forces have pressed on with sporadic offensives to crush the militants, including those in Jolo, a poverty-wracked island of more than 700,000 people. A few thousand Catholics live mostly in the capital of Jolo.

The cathedral is located in Jolo town center in front of a square and near a budget hotel, a bank and commercial stores as well as a public market.




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    Let them have their autonomous region, then build a wall!
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  • gotta lick itgotta lick it PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    buddyw said:

    Twin explosions kill 20 people at Philippines cathedral

    Twenty people were killed and 81 injured when two bombs exploded outside a Roman Catholic cathedral on a southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active security officials have said.

    The country’s national police chief said the first bomb went off in or near Jolo cathedral during a mass on Sunday, followed by a second blast outside the compound as government forces were responding to the attack. Oscar Albayalde said the dead included troops and civilians.

    A spokesman for the Philippines’ president, Rodrigo Duterte, vowed the country’s military would hunt down the attackers. “The enemies of the state have boldly challenged the capability of the government to secure the safety of the citizenry in that region,” said Salvador Panelo. “The armed forces of the Philippines will rise to the challenge and crush these godless criminals.”

    There was no immediate claim of responsibility but police suspect the bombings were carried out by Abu Sayyaf, a militant group that has pledged allegiance to Islamic State and is notorious for its bombings and brutality.

    Photos on social media showed debris and bodies lying on a busy street outside the Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which has been hit by bombs in the past.

    Troops in armoured carriers sealed off the main road leading to the church while vehicles were transporting the dead and wounded to the hospital. Some casualties were evacuated by air to nearby Zamboanga city.

    “I have directed our troops to heighten their alert level, secure all places of worships and public places at once, and initiate pro-active security measures to thwart hostile plans,” said the defense secretary, Delfin Lorenzana, in a statement.

    Jolo island has long been troubled by the presence of Abu Sayyaf militants, who are blacklisted by the United States and the Philippines as a terrorist organisation because of bombings, kidnappings and beheadings.

    The incident comes nearly a week after minority Muslims in the predominantly Roman Catholic nation endorsed a new autonomous region in the southern Philippines in hopes of ending nearly five decades of a separatist rebellion that has left 150,000 people dead.

    Although most of the Muslim areas approved the autonomy deal, voters in Sulu province, where Jolo is located, rejected it. The province is home to a rival rebel faction that’s opposed to the deal as well as smaller militant cells that are not part of any peace process.

    Western governments have welcomed the autonomy pact. They worry that small numbers of Islamic State-linked militants from the Middle East and south-east Asia could forge an alliance with Filipino insurgents and turn the south into a breeding ground for extremists.

    “This bomb attack was done in a place of peace and worship, and it comes at a time when we are preparing for another stage of the peace process in Mindanao,” said governor Mujiv Hataman of the autonomous region in Muslim Mindanao.

    “Human lives are irreplaceable,” he added, calling on Jolo residents to cooperate with authorities to find the perpetrators of this “atrocity”.

    Security officials were looking “at different threat groups and they still can’t say if this has something to do with the just concluded plebiscite,” Albayalde, the national police chief, told ABS-CBN TV network.

    Aside from the small but brutal Abu Sayyaf group, other militant groups in Sulu include a small band of young jihadis aligned with the Islamic State group, which has also carried out assaults, including ransom kidnappings and beheadings.

    Abu Sayyaf militants are still holding at least five hostages – a Dutch national, two Malaysians, an Indonesian and a Filipino – in their jungle bases mostly near Sulu’s Patikul town, not far from Jolo.

    Government forces have pressed on with sporadic offensives to crush the militants, including those in Jolo, a poverty-wracked island of more than 700,000 people. A few thousand Catholics live mostly in the capital of Jolo.

    The cathedral is located in Jolo town center in front of a square and near a budget hotel, a bank and commercial stores as well as a public market.




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    Duterte: 2 suicide bombers behind cathedral attack                          

    MANILA, Philippines — A couple set off the explosions at the Jolo cathedral that killed 21 people – mostly churchgoers – and wounded about 100 others, President Duterte suggested yesterday.

    Citing intelligence information from the military, Duterte said the “brazen attack” was carried out by a woman and her husband who blew themselves up at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral during a Sunday morning mass.

    The unidentified woman reportedly detonated the bomb inside the church while her “husband” detonated his explosive outside.

    Slung around the woman’s neck was a crucifix, Duterte told reporters after the groundbreaking of the San Lorenzo Ruiz General Hospital in Barangay Panghulo, Malabon yesterday.

    Duterte’s comments run counter to statements by military and police officials yesterday, who said the bombs inside and outside the church in Jolo appeared to have been detonated remotely.

    Security camera footage of suspects believed to have planted the bombs has been shown to media.

    If confirmed, it would be one of the first known cases of a suicide attack in the Philippines and would be consistent with details of a claim of responsibility by Islamic State via its Amaq news agency early on Monday.

    Asked separately about Duterte’s comment, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said it was possible the second blast “may have been a suicide bomber.”

    “The first bomb that exploded inside the church was apparently left behind by a certain woman,” he said.

    “The second bomb that exploded at the entrance about a minute and a half after, may have been a suicide bomber as indicated by body parts strewn all over,” Lorenzana said.

    The bombings came six days after a referendum on autonomy for the mainly Muslim region returned an overwhelming “yes” vote.

    Judging from the magnitude of the explosions, the commander-in-chief said there’s a possibility the terror act was the handiwork of the Abu Sayyaf.

    “Nobody, but nobody, can perpetuate that kind of terrorism, thereabouts in that area. I have no doubt, that is what the military told me, and that is what the police relayed to me,” Duterte said.

    “That is always my order – destroy the Abu Sayyaf, destroy the NPA and destroy the drug organizations. If destroying is killing, if you are interested to know yet… better,” he stressed.

    The Chief Executive also said he is willing to match the brutality of Abu Sayyaf terrorists. “Do not ever think you have a monopoly of evil in this planet. Hindi mo solo ang kababuyan (You’re not alone in depravity),” Duterte said.

    The possible involvement of suicide bombers in the Jolo bombing was also raised earlier yesterday by Interior Secretary Eduardo Año in an interview with CNN Philippines.

    “We are not discounting that because I have some information also, but not yet validated, that a couple were involved in the bombing,” he said.

    “We are going to take punitive action,” Duterte declared. “It’s always a touch and go for us, we go there, we fight and look for the enemies of the state.”

    He added that he is “guided” in his judgment by information provided by his security officials two days after the blasts.

    The military, he said, is also looking at the possibility that a cellular phone device triggered the explosions. He also cited eyewitness accounts indicating the perpetrators had “support system.”

    He admitted responsibility for “failure of governance” that led to loss of lives, saying authorities had been forewarned of impending terror attacks in Sulu by their intelligence counterparts in Indonesia and other allies.

    “We were already warned, not only by Indonesia, by the rest of the… that is why there were roving military there,” he said.

    “It’s not known in this country, magkapkap ka ng babae…sa simbahan lalo na (to frisk a woman, especially inside a church),” he said.

    Duterte said the female suicide bomber may have breezed through the security cordon around the church as women are usually spared from frisking or body check.

    But he insisted there were no lapses in security because the male bomber blew himself up outside the church.

    “No, I don’t think so. No lapses, because the other bomber was outside, there was no reason for him to be frisked, either he was just passing by before blowing himself up,” he added.

    “The woman was wearing a big cross on her chest, who would ever think… that would be Murphy’s Law ‘if anything can go wrong, it can go wrong’,” he said.

    “(Any) misapprehension, misappreciation… but we are not washing our hands,” Duterte said.

    “Every time there is death of a Filipino by violence – unless of course you fought it out with the military – that is a failure of governance to protect the people and the Filipino, and we admit on those lapses and our responsibility,” he explained.

    Duterte said there were conflicting reports that the bombers were “foreigners.” “Indonesian, while the looks of it… no part of the body can be found. It exploded. It’s really suicide (bombing),” he said.

    “When it’s rigged all over the body, and she would appear fat… you could see all around bits and pieces of flesh. We were even stepping on (small flesh), we were shy to walk around,” Duterte said, who inspected the blast site last Monday.

    “What I get is from my briefer which comes from the intelligence people,” the President added, saying he read the briefer as early as 3 a.m. yesterday.

    Duterte justified anew the implementation of martial law in Mindanao, criticizing Sen. Francis Pangilinan first for hitting his decision to declare martial law and ordering the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus.

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    Gov’t had info on Jolo church bombing as early as August 2018 — Lorenzana


    MANILA — Government has been receiving reports of bomb threats in Catholic churches in Mindanao as early as August 2018, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana admitted on Tuesday.

    “There were reports that Catholic churches in Jolo, Basilan, and Zamboanga would be bombed as early as August 2018, with Jolo as most probable,” the defense chief told reporters.

    “Since then, the Jolo Cathedral was guarded by soldiers 24 hours a day,” he said.

    Sunday’s deadly twin explosions at the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral in Jolo, Sulu during a Mass left 21 killed and at least a hundred wounded.

    The first bomb went off inside the cathedral, which was later followed by a second blast outside as government troops rushed to respond.

    “We will never know how the bombers got in or near the church as the soldiers guarding the main door all died,” Lorenzana said.

    “While we were briefed that all people going inside were searched, it is possible that there may be lapse in the procedure,” he added.

    The military is looking at the Ajang-Ajang faction of the Abu Sayyaf as primary suspects for the attack.  But the Islamic State has also claimed responsibility.

    The attack came six days after a majority of Muslim areas in the southern Philippines approved the creation of a new autonomous region in a referendum. Sulu, however, voted against the creation of the new Bangsamoro region. 



  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    May WAR on DRUGS pero may nakapuslit na malaking volume sa Customs.May Martial Law sa Mindanao pero

    may nangyari pa ring pambobomba.,.,.,ANONG KABALBALAN ITO?

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    edited January 2019 #9

    'Wrong place at wrong time': What 4 'persons of interest' in Jolo blast say

    Four men who appeared in CCTV footage of the Jolo cathedral bombing have come forward to clear their names before the police.

    According to them, they were mere bystanders who were at the wrong place at the wrong time.

    The videos have been in the news for days. One is footage showing a street in downtown Jolo a few minutes before and after the deadly cathedral bombing.

    Authorities pointed out four men in the videos, whose behavior they said was suspicious.

    They also claimed that the young men were members of the "Ajang-ajang" group, a Jolo-based bandit group known to do work for the Abu Sayyaf.

    The four men were declared persons of interest for possibly being connected to the bombing.

    But on Wednesday morning, two men came to the Sulu Provincial Office and introduced themselves as two of the four men in the CCTV video.

    "Pumunta sila rito para mag-withdraw ng pera but according to them, hindi po available ang ATM. Kumakain sila ng satay doon sa kainan diyan na malapit sa may cathedral 200 meters away, 'yun na pumutok," Senior Superintendent Pablo Labra said.

    Police added, the one wearing a green jacket on the video introduced himself as a student, while the one seen with a red bag on the video claims he is just a teacher.

    "Dala niya 'yung jacket niya. The teacher wearing a blue cap and having a red backpack, nandiyan, dala din nila yung mga gamit na 'yun to prove themselves to us," Labra said.

    After hours of processing, the Sulu Provincial Police Chief was convinced the two are innocent and that they are not members of Ajang-ajang as they originally suspected.

    The two were then removed from the list of persons of interest.

    By Wednesday afternoon, the two other men in the video came forward voluntarily. They were later cleared by the police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).

    Labra said this discovery did not derail their investigation, and their search for the main suspects is right on track.

    "Totoo naman din that we're suspecting yung actions nila doon. This was the cellphone of the teacher. So lumabas sila na-timingan pinasa na niya ulit dun sa teacher. This was the time na na-capture natin," he said.

    Just like the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police said they are not discounting the possibility that the attack was a suicide bombing, especially the second bomb that exploded by the cathedral exit, since it would be difficult to leave a package on the ground without people tripping over it.

    Defense Chief Delfin Lorenzana appears to back President Rodrigo Duterte's position the church bombing in Jolo was carried out by suicide bombers.

    He said the second explosion may have indeed been a suicide bombing, and that a foreign couple could have been involved.

    Lorenzana, however, clarified nothing is certain yet.

    "Marami kasing body parts na nakita kami, may paa, part ng ulo, may nakasabit sa pader, sa fence. It appears to be a suicide bombing and I was also convinced immediately na baka suicide bombing 'yun," he said.

    While the police are busy investigating the case, the military busies itself by hunting down the Ajang-ajang and the Abu Sayyaf, who they believe are behind the bombing.

    The commander of Joint Task Force Sulu flew over the mountains of Patikul, where his men are chasing down top Abu Sayyaf leaders like Radulan Sahiron and Sawadjaan, the leader they believe is connected to the bombing.

    Airstrikes via attack helicopters continue to help ground troops maneuver better.

    "Since the marching order of our president, the total war versus the Abu Sayyaf so nandiyan po yung mga tropa po natin. Ongoing po ang ating combat operations," Brigadier General Divino Rey Pabayo of Joint Task Force Sulu said.

    On Tuesday night, government forces raided the house of alias Kamah, believed to be an Ajang-ajang logistician, who played a big role in the bombing.

    One of his men, Ommal Yusop, died in the ensuing gunfight.


    PNP: 2 nahagip sa CCTV sa Jolo bombing, inosente

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    edited January 2019 #10
    Egozum said:

    May WAR on DRUGS pero may nakapuslit na malaking volume sa Customs.May Martial Law sa Mindanao pero

    may nangyari pa ring pambobomba.,.,.,ANONG KABALBALAN ITO?

    literally ..... "BINOBOMBA kasi merong MARTIAL LAW???"




    siguro DAVAO CITY would be a WAR ZONE by now if not for the MARTIAL LAW. DuDirty knows his BAILIWICK is surrounded by the Abu, NPA, MILF, MNLF, BIFF and etc etc.

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    Soldiers clash with Abu Sayyaf rebels in Sulu, several dead


    5 soldiers, 3 Abu Sayyaf killed, Patikul town evacuated

    MANILA (3rd UPDATE) - Government troops on Saturday clashed with Abu Sayyaf rebels in Patikul, Sulu as it launched an operation to hunt down one bandit leader tagged in the twin blasts that killed 22 and hurt at least 100 others in Jolo town last week. 

    Five soldiers and three from the enemy side, including one foreign terrorist, were killed in the firefight that went on for nearly two hours, said Lt. Col. Gerald Monfort, spokesperson of Joint Task Force Sulu.

    Five other soldiers were wounded while 15 from the Abu Sayyaf were hurt, including leader Indang Susukan, who reportedly lost an arm. 

    Col. Gerry Besana, spokesperson of Western Mindanao Command, said pursuit operations against the bandits are ongoing.

    The "intense firefight" between the 5th Scout Ranger Battalion and at least 100 Abu Sayyaf members under a certain Hajan Sawadjaan erupted in Barangay Kabbon Takas shortly before noon, military officials told reporters.

    Sawadjaan is an Abu Sayyaf leader believed to be involved in the bombings at the Jolo Cathedral during a mass on January 27. He was known to have sworn allegiance to the Islamic State. 

    Residents of Patikul were evacuated amid the firefight. Authorities stepped up checkpoints in other parts of Sulu, with troops on the lookout for the possible entry of supplies, particularly food, for the bandit group. 

    The encounter happened amid investigation surrounding the possible involvement of Indonesian suicide bombers aided by the Abu Sayyaf group in twin blasts. 

    The blasts happened while the entire Mindanao was under martial law.

    Authorities have yet to apprehend suspects.

    Military airstrikes on Wednesday pounded Abu Sayyaf enclaves in Sulu after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered an "all-out war" against the Islamic State-inspired rebels.



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    DILG Chief on Jolo Cathedral blast: ‘Case solved’


    Published February 7, 2019, 1:15 PM,.,Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Eduardo M. Año announced on Thursday the Jolo Cathedral bombing incident in Sulu, which claimed 23 lives and injured over 100 persons, is now considered solved with the surrender of the five main suspects to government authorities.

    DILG officer-in-charge OIC Eduardo M Ao AP PhotoBullit Marquez  MANILA BULLETIN

    DILG Secretary Eduardo M. Año 

    “As far as the government is concerned, the Jolo bombing case is already solved. We have already identified the perpetrators of the bombing and they are now under police custody. As to the other conspirators, an intensive manhunt is now underway and we will continue to pursue them until all those involved are brought to the bar of justice,” said Año.

    “The bombers are Indonesian couple. Identification is a work in progress but it may take time,” said Año.

    The pronouncement was issued based on the post blast and forensic investigation, statements from the survivors, and intelligence reports.

    Over the weekend, five suspects linked to the twin bomb attacks at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral surrendered to authorities.

    They were identified by PNP chief, Director General Oscar Albayalde as Kammah Pae alias Kammah from Abu Sayyaf Group-affiliated Ajang-Ajang, Albaji Kisae (alias Awag and his sons Rajan Bakil alias Radjan and Kaisar Bakil alias Isal, and Salit Alih alias Papong.

    The DILG chief said the “Philippine National Police (PNP) is now in hot pursuit of 14 conspirators, including Abu Sayyaf sub-leader Hatib Hajan Sawadjaan, who are still at large.”

    “Our security forces, particularly the PNP with the help of the AFP, are conducting an intensified operation to track down and arrest the 14 other accomplices who are involved in the bombing. The long arm of the law will catch up with them sooner than later,” he added.

    Año noted charges for 23 counts of murder, 95 counts of frustrated murder, and damage to property have been filed against them before the Sulu Provincial Prosecutor’s Office last Monday.

    The other respondents include Sawadjaan, Usman Absarah, Barak Ingog, Makrim Abisi, Bapah Absara, one alias Ebing, and John and Jane Does.

    Año lauded the police and the military for their prompt action in investigating and solving the case.

    “With this case solved, we are one step closer in giving justice for the death of the victims. Congratulations sa mabilis na aksyon ng ating kapulisan at military (Congratulations to the swift action of the police and the military),” he said.

    However, the DILG chief said that government law enforcers should not keep their guard down, remain alert, and intensify security measures in places with high volume of people.

    “Patuloy pa rin tayong maging mapagbantay at alerto para na rin sa seguridad at kapakanan ng ating mga mamamayan (We will continue to be on guard and alert to ensure the security and welfare of our citizens),” Año said.

    He also urged the public to report to the police or their barangay any suspicious activities of groups or individuals in their communities.

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    Jolo church blast suspect Kammar innocent, tortured to admit crime–lawyer


    ZAMBOANGA CITY — Mukammar Pae turned himself in to clear his name, not to surrender to authorities for a crime he did not commit, his lawyer said on Thursday.

    Lawyer Meltoni Sibulan said police tortured his client and forced him to admit to the twin bombings of the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral in Jolo, Sulu province, on Jan. 27.

    The Philippine National Police presented “innocent civilians,” Sibulan said, referring to Pae and three other men, to make the public believe that the Jolo bombing was a closed case.

    “The government is presenting innocent civilians who are working hard for a living as tree cutters and lumberyard workers. The [police] committed illegal arrest,” he said.

    On Jan. 31, Pae, 45, who is known in Barangay Anuling as Kammar, sought the help of his son’s friend, an Army soldier assigned at Camp Bud Datu in Indanan town, to clear his name, according to Sibulan.

    Pae was taken into custody by the military, but was turned over the next day to Senior Supt. Pablo Labra II, the provincial police director of Sulu, he said.

    ‘Just turned over’

    A document, Sibulan said, certified that the military had  “turned over the living body of Mukammar to PD Labra. He was not arrested, just turned over.”

    “Upon turnover to the police, Pae was immediately arrested, tortured and detained. The military didn’t touch him, but the police tortured him and forced him to admit to a crime he never committed,” he added.

    Pae was beaten, his head was submerged in water and he was subjected to waterboarding,” Sibulan said of the torture that involves placing a towel over a detainee’s face and pouring water on the towel until it dripped into his mouth and nostrils, evoking the feeling of drowning.

    The lawyer said his three other clients were “arrested, without any warrant” on the night of Feb. 1, when members of the PNP’s 52nd Special Action Force barged into the houses of Albaji Gadjali, who was sleeping with his son Kaisar, and Rajan Gadjali.

    Col. Gerry Besana, the public affairs officer of the military’s Western Mindanao Command, had earlier described the main suspect behind the Jolo blasts to be in his early 20s.



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  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to eat livers of Islamic terrorists

    He'll eat them with "salt and vinegar."Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held back no punches when addressing the jihadi fighters attempting to besiege the southern region of the country.Duterte threatened to eat the liver of the Islamic terrorists to blame for beheading two Vietnamese sailors after his troops recovered their remains on the island of Basilan.





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