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Suspected Radicals Killed in Philippines

Soldiers killed two suspected members of a Muslim extremist group in the southern Philippines early Saturday after storming a camp where they found photographs of Osama bin Laden and a cache of weapons, a military commander said. The men are believed to have belonged to Abu Sayyaf, a small but violent band notorious for beheadings and kidnappings. Soldiers seized the weapons and photos, said Maj. Gen. Trifonio Salazar, commander of the army’s 1st Infantry Division. They also seized documents in Arabic from the camp in the mountain village of Matalang, outside Sumisip town on Basilan island. Full Story

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