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Bombing hits Catholic church in Philippines

Catholic World News - April 13, 2010

A Catholic church and a government building were hit by bombs on April 13 on the island of Basilan in the Philippines. Two people were killed. Authorities suspected that Islamic separatist groups active in Basilan were responsible for the bombings.

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  • Posted by: samuel.doucette1787 - Apr. 14, 2010 8:04 AM ET USA

    Ah, the fruits of ecumenical dialogue with the "religion of peace." That religion just doesn't work and play well with others.

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