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Rebels and troops resume fight in southern Philippines – BBC News



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Rebels and troops resume fight in southern Philippines
BBC News
Fighting has resumed between government troops and Muslim rebels in the southern Philippines, despite a recently agreed ceasefire. Officials said troops were battling to retake a series of villages near Zamboanga city, where members of the Moro National 
Philippine Leaders Descend on Strife-Torn City as Hopes of Cease-Fire FadeNew York Times
Philippines Fighting Continues, as Cease-fire FailsVoice of America
Philippines ceasefire collapses as fighting continuesABC Online
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2 dead, 15 missing after ferry capsizes in Philippines – CNN International


2 dead, 15 missing after ferry capsizes in Philippines
CNN International
Burias Island. STORY HIGHLIGHTS. A helicopter and reconnaissance plane have joined rescue efforts; Fourty-two people have so far been saved, authorities say; The ferry had been transporting passengers and vehicles between islands. (CNN) — Two 
Ferry sinks in central Philippines near Burias IslandBBC News
Ferry with more than 50 on board capsizes off PhilippinesABC Online
Two dead, dozens rescued after Philippine ferry sinksAFP
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Philippine ferry sinks, but 54 passengers and crew plucked from the water; 2 dead – Washington Post


Philippine ferry sinks, but 54 passengers and crew plucked from the water; 2 dead
Washington Post
MANILA, Philippines — Two people died early Friday after their ferry sank in Philippine waters, but 54 passengers and crew were saved when rescuers pulled them to safety. The ferry was going from Albay province in the center of the Philippines to the 
Two dead, 15 missing as ferry sinks off Masbategulfnews.com
2 dead, 15 missing after ferry capsizes in PhilippinesCNN International
Ferry sinks in central Philippines near Burias IslandBBC News
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One dead in Philippine ferry sinking – Herald Sun



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One dead in Philippine ferry sinking
Herald Sun
AT least one person has died and more than 20 others are missing after a ferry sank in the central Philippines. A navy plane, coastguard boats and local fishermen were deployed to the waters about two kilometres from Burias island, where the ferry sank 
One dead after ferry sinks in the PhilippinesBoston.com
Philippine ferry sinks with about 60 aboard; 41 rescued so far, 2 deadMinneapolis Star Tribune
Coast guard says Philippine ferry sinks with about 60 aboard; rescue underwayWashington Post

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Bruno Mars Mom Dies at age 55 from Brain Aneurysm – Headlines & Global News



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Bruno Mars Mom Dies at age 55 from Brain Aneurysm
Headlines & Global News
Bruno Mars' mother Bernadette Hernandez has reportedly passed away at only 55 years old, his publicist confirmed to the Associated Press. Hernandez, was born in the Philippines and immigrated to Hawaii, and had been supportive of her children's early
AP source: Bruno Mars' mother dies at age 55KING5.com
Singer Bruno Mars' Mother Dies At 55Starpulse.com
Bruno Mars' mother dies of brain aneurysmCNN International
New York Daily News
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Taiwan Quake Kills 1 – Voice of America



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Taiwan Quake Kills 1
Voice of America
A strong earthquake on Taiwan has has left one man dead, injured several others, and panicked residents throughout the island. The U.S. Geological survey put the magnitude of Sunday's tremor at 6.2 and says it was centered about 250 kilometers south of
2 people killed after earthquakes hit Taiwan, PhilippinesCTV News
Strong earthquake kills 2 in Taiwan; tremor in southern Philippines injures at NECN
6.7-magnitude quake hits TaiwanXinhua
Focus Taiwan News Channel
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Quakes kill 1 in Taiwan, injure 9 in Philippines – The Guardian



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Quakes kill 1 in Taiwan, injure 9 in Philippines
The Guardian
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — A strong earthquake jolted Taiwan on Sunday, killing one person and injuring at least 18 others and causing panicked shoppers to rush out of a shaking multi-story department store, officials said. Another earthquake jolted the southern
6.7-magnitude quake hits TaiwanXinhua
Taiwan Quake Kills 1Voice of America

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Caution call for Filipinos in Taiwan – BBC News



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Caution call for Filipinos in Taiwan
BBC News
A Philippine official has warned migrant workers in Taiwan to keep a low profile, amid a diplomatic row over the death of a fisherman. Amadeo Perez, Manila's special envoy to Taipei, said Filipinos should stay at home while tensions were running high.
Taiwan Directs Anger at Philippines as Ma Frustration SimmersBloomberg
Taiwan takes issue with Manila's 'unintended' assertionFocus Taiwan News Channel
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Coin toss breaks tie in polls for Philippine mayor – BBC News



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Coin toss breaks tie in polls for Philippine mayor
BBC News
A coin toss has decided the winner of the position of mayor in a central Philippines town after two candidates received the same number of votes. Marvic Feraren triumphed over Boyet Py from San Teodoro town in Mindoro Oriental province after both had
Philippines Mayoral Candidates Break Tie with Coin Toss – VOAVoice of America
Coin Toss Decides Philippine ElectionWall Street Journal (blog)
Tied mayoral election in the Philippines settled by the toss of a coinThe Independent
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Taiwan imposes sanctions on Philippines over killing – Reuters



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Taiwan imposes sanctions on Philippines over killing
Reuters
TAIPEI | Wed May 15, 2013 9:24am EDT. TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan imposed sanctions against the Philippines on Wednesday, rejecting as unacceptable a Philippine apology for the killing of a fisherman from Taiwan last week. The row is the latest flare-up in
Why Taiwan refused Philippines' apology for slain fisherman as insincereChristian Science Monitor
Taiwan recalls envoy in Philippines over fisherman's shootingFinancial Times
Press pick apart Taiwan-Filipino tensionsBBC News
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