“Terrorist” rush-hour bombs injure 14 in southern Philippines

A series of powerful explosions described as terrorist attacks ripped through Zamboanga city in the southern Philippines and injured at least 14 people, officials and radio reports said. Power was cut in the city of 700,000 immediately after the rush-hour explosions hit a mini-bus depot and a building housing a downtown restaurant and a hotel. Residents said they heard at least two explosions at the scene of the second blast. OODA Analyst

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