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November 30, 2001 | From Reuters
A mob hacked a Muslim rebel to death Thursday as fresh fighting broke out between Philippine troops and guerrillas on the outskirts of this southern city. No other casualties were reported in the clashes, which occurred a day after the military allowed about 250 Muslim guerrillas safe passage out of Zamboanga in exchange for the release of 110 civilian hostages.
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November 30, 2001 | From Reuters
A mob hacked a Muslim rebel to death Thursday as fresh fighting broke out between Philippine troops and guerrillas on the outskirts of this southern city. No other casualties were reported in the clashes, which occurred a day after the military allowed about 250 Muslim guerrillas safe passage out of Zamboanga in exchange for the release of 110 civilian hostages.
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August 23, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Two women were trampled to death and dozens of people were injured Saturday when a group of men breaking into a line set off a stampede at a presidential office that offers jobs and help for the poor, authorities and witnesses said. The staff at the Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center said two women died on arrival at the emergency room, and two elderly women had been hospitalized for bruises and cuts. At least 45 people suffered mostly minor injuries, police said.
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May 1, 2001 | From Times Wire Services
Security forces fired warning shots, tear gas and water cannons early today to fend off supporters of ousted Philippine leader Joseph Estrada who tried to storm the presidential palace, demanding that his successor quit. At least four people were reported killed.
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May 1, 2001 | From Times Wire Services
Security forces fired warning shots, tear gas and water cannons early today to fend off supporters of ousted Philippine leader Joseph Estrada who tried to storm the presidential palace, demanding that his successor quit. At least four people were reported killed.
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August 23, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Two women were trampled to death and dozens of people were injured Saturday when a group of men breaking into a line set off a stampede at a presidential office that offers jobs and help for the poor, authorities and witnesses said. The staff at the Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center said two women died on arrival at the emergency room, and two elderly women had been hospitalized for bruises and cuts. At least 45 people suffered mostly minor injuries, police said.
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