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Threat diverts Philippine plane

THREAT of a bomb hidden in a roast pig diverted a plane flying from the southern Philippines to Manila today. It happened a day after explosives in three mobile phones were defused at a shopping mall in the south. No bomb was found on the Cebu Pacific Airlines plane. The domestic flight with 78 passengers was ordered to land in Cebu City in the central Philippines after taking off from Davao on the troubled island of Mindanao, which is home to several groups of Muslim rebels. The threat to the country’s second-largest airline and the bombs found at the mall came two weeks after blasts killed 13 people on Feb 14 in Manila, General Santos and Davao. Full Story

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