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DEAD SPOT The bodies of nine people, including a policeman, lay on the ground and on the truck after they were ambushed  by heavily armed men in La Castellana town in Negros Occidental. Nine others were reportedly wounded. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PNP
DEAD SPOT The bodies of nine people, including a policeman, lay on the ground and on the truck after they were ambushed  by heavily armed men in La Castellana town in Negros Occidental. Nine others were reportedly wounded. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PNP
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