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  Posted on: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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43 Philippine police killed by Muslim rebels while hunting bomb makers
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Manila (CNN)Forty-three elite police commandos were killed by Muslim insurgents in the southern Philippines Sunday, when they were ambushed while pursuing "high value" terrorist bomb makers.

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