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Philippines army bombs militants

The Philippine military says it has attacked an area where a local Muslim rebel leader and Indonesian militants are believed to have been hiding. Military helicopters and planes fired rockets and dropped bombs in the area, on the southern island of Mindanao. Army officials could not confirm that they had killed any of the militants. Officials say the main targets were the chief of the Abu Sayyaf rebel group, Gadafi Janjalani, and Indonesian members of Jemaah Islamiah. Both organisations have been linked to the al-Qaeda network led by Osama Bin Laden. Full Story

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