Political Risk

Three killed in rebel ambush in southern Luzon

“Three soldiers were killed in an ambush by Communist rebels in southern Luzon, a military official said. The three were with nine soldiers on a patrol when landmines exploded and members of the communist New Peoples’ Army (NPA) opened gunfire in Maninila village, Camalig town, Albay province at 8.30am on Monday, Maj. Angelo Guzman, spokesman of the Army’s 9th Infantry Division, said in a radio interview. The NPA is the armed wing of the 45-year-old Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). It is the longest-running communist insurgency in Southeast Asia.”

Source: Three killed in rebel ambush in southern Luzon | GulfNews.com

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