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Cop dies in alleged NPA attack on Palawan police station

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PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Philippines—A policeman died Wednesday morning when alleged members of the New People’s Army attacked the police station in Roxas town, north of this city.

According to a civilian source based in Roxas town, the incident occurred at around 10:30 a.m.

The Western Command has confirmed the incident but no details were available yet as of this writing.

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Tags: New People's Army , NPA , NPA attack , Palawan

  • Milesaway

    Kapag ang NPA nakapaty nang police o militar okay lang gobyerno natin, pero kapag ang police o militar naman sinaktan o ikinulong ang NPA member mabilis pa sa alas cuatro ang Human Rights activists para sumuporta sa mga NPA… ano ba yan??? Calling Gen. Palparan lumantad ka na….

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/2IMRYDMOABI33ZXFVCXERJHL7I yahoo-2IMRYDMOABI33ZXFVCXERJHL7I

      You’re right. Am not a supporter of palparan but I noticed that every time there’s an NPA attack, it’s always ‘alleged’ but when it’s our lawmakers who are involved and not the lawbreakers, the media is almost always certain and they cry out for the violation of human rights. Talk about fair reporting.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W6H5DZKUQTUASP4S6CGTK7B3E4 kevin

    I thought there is no NPA in Palawan,,,watch out for Balikbayan travel…

    • http://www.dafk.net/what/ Kilabot ng mga Balahibo

       thats what I thought too. I know for a fact wala nuon ’85 when i was there.

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