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Suspicions in Philippine bombings fall quickly on Indonesian militant

Three homemade bombs that exploded this week in the southern Philippines, including one that killed six people, were set off by mobile phones, a sign that officials believe points to Dulmatin, one of Asia’s most wanted terror suspects. A fourth unexploded bomb, made of two 81 mm mortar rounds attached to a Nokia mobile phone, was found Wednesday near a public plaza in Makilala town, site of the explosion that killed six people and wounded 29 the night before, police said. Full Story

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