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Officials insist there is no direct link between Syrian/Iraqi militants and their supporters in Mindanao.
With mass killings in Maguindanao, Philippines now ranks as world’s most dangerous country for journalists. Photographs by Jes Aznar (27-Nov-09).
21 Feb 05
The execution of two truck drivers has given a massive fillip to demands for the withdrawal of troops.
17 Feb 05
A growing litany of complaints from Azerbaijanis employed by international companies in Baku.
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