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Justice Elusive in 2009 Philippines Massacre

Six years after nearly five dozen people were gunned down in the southern Philippines in the country’s worst case of election-related violence, no convictions have yet been made. One of the main suspects has died and one of his sons, who is also accused, has posted bail and is running for political office. Little has changed in the political climate since at least 57 people were killed in Maguindanao province in the southern island of Mindanao, said officials with the National Union of...

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