Three alleged Abu Sayyaf Muslim militants arrested in connection with bomb attacks in the southern Philippine city of Zamboanga have been freed on bail, police said. The three were freed Friday after posting bail of 320,000 pesos (5,714 dollars), said regional police head Chief Superintendent Prospero Noble. “Those responsible for the bombings in Zamboanga City are free on bail,” Noble told DZBB radio. The suspects, Adzmar Abduraup, Angon Asmarin Alahain, and Ibnoyatiem Salapuddin Samier, have been charged with attempted murder for two bombs that ripped through a parked vehicle and a hotel in Zamboanga on August 10. Twenty people were injured. Full Story
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