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Rebel leader’s son killed in Philippines

The son of a senior rebel commander was killed in a U.S.-backed Philippine offensive against an al-Qaida-linked Muslim militant group, officials said Friday. Troops were still searching for two Indonesian suspects in the 2002 Bali bombings who were seen recently on Jolo island. Ismin Sahiron, son of Radullan Sahiron, the one-armed Abu Sayyaf commander, was killed in the four-day-old offensive in the jungles of Jolo, said Col. Mohammad Nur Askalani, acting chief of staff of the military’s Southern Command. Full Story

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