Rebels burn down banana packing plant in South Cotabato

Rebels burn down banana packing plant in South Cotabato

Suspected communist rebels torched on Tuesday a banana packing plant of a multinational firm in T’boli, South Cotabato. Authorities said about 30 heavily armed men, reportedly led by a certain “Commander Alfie,” barged into the Sumifru packing plant at about 10:30 p.m., disarmed its three security guards, poured gasoline into the facility and set it on fire.

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5 suspected rebels torch school warehouse in Ecija

Five armed men, who claimed to be members of the New People’s Army,  set fire to a warehouse owned by an agriculture school in Nampicuan town in Nueva Ecija province Sunday.

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