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Henchmen of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, have been sneaking into the Philippines using Indian passports and other fake travel documents, according to National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales. That’s worrisome stuff, but then the national security chief tends to be excitable and easily carried away by grand terrorist scenarios.
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Henchmen of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, have been sneaking into the Philippines using Indian passports and other fake travel documents, according to National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales. That’s worrisome stuff, but then the national security chief tends to be excitable and easily carried away by grand terrorist scenarios.
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Henchmen of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, have been sneaking into the Philippines using Indian passports and other fake travel documents, according to National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales. That’s worrisome stuff, but then the national security chief tends to be excitable and easily carried away by grand terrorist scenarios.
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Henchmen of the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, have been sneaking into the Philippines using Indian passports and other fake travel documents, according to National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales. That’s worrisome stuff, but then the national security chief tends to be excitable and easily carried away by grand terrorist scenarios.
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                    [Title] => Congrats, Jess Verzosa!
                    [Summary] => HAPPY EASTER sa lahat ng mga kasangga at readers ng PSN sa Hong Kong siyempre kasama rin ang Pinas. Nananawagan naman ako sa kapulisan at barangay na maging vigilant sila ngayon, sa bukas, Sabado at Linggo dahil karamihan sa madlang people ngayon ay alaws sa kani-kanilang mga haybol. Ika nga, bantayan ang community.


May plano kasi ang mga akyat bahay na tumira sa mga araw ng kuwaresma dahil alam nilang nagpapahinga o nasa bakasyunan ang mga owners ng houses ngayon Semana Santa. Kaya masusubukan natin ang mga lespu sa mga araw na ito. Amen!
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Tinukoy ni Barbers ang mga naglabasang ulat sa mga pahayagang Washington Post at New York Times na nagsasaad na ang Pilipinas umano ay "unreliable ally" sa anti-terror campaign.
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