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Journalist Nils Horner was tragically murdered in Afghanistan this week by radical Islamist gunmen. Ben Cal, who covered typhoon Yolanda with Horner last year, has this appreciation.
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Though health concerns are growing due to the decomposing bodies, the victims have not been buried because officials have not finished identifying the dead.
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A breakthrough accord signed by the Philippine government and Islamic militants on March 27 has ended 17 years of fighting.
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A Jordanian journalist kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf rebels in the Philippines was freed unharmed on December 4 after a year and a half in captivity.
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Fernando and Jose,106 and 104, are among the oldest WWII veterans in the world. Both are devout Catholics who attribute their survival during the war to their faith in God and constant prayers.
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The Philippines is now one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists to live.
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A breakaway Muslim rebel group attacked a military convoy with Filipino journalists on board in Maguindanao in southern Philippines on February 4.
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Two gunmen riding tandem on a motorcycle gunned down anti-corruption commentator Fernando Solijon of DXLS-Love Radio, hurling insults at his corpse before fleeing the scene.
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The ongoing peace talks between the government and rebels gained a major breakthrough to end four decades of fighting in the southern Philippines that has killed 150,000 and cost billions of dollars.
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Fourteen victims' families consider financial settlement with current suspects, and plan to shift blame for Maguindanao massacre to a provincial governor and husband of one of the victims.
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