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  Posted on: Monday, February 4, 2019
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Philippine police: 5 church bombing suspects in custody
AP

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Five suspected Abu Sayyaf militants accused of involvement in a deadly suicide attack at a Roman Catholic cathedral in the southern Philippines have surrendered to authorities, the national police chief said Monday amid renewed terrorism fears.



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