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PHILIPPINES-RIGHTS/UN
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September 23, 2015
Activists light candles near a placard bearing the names of three human rights activists, during a protest...
Manila, Philippines
Activists light candles near a placard bearing the names of three human rights activists, during a protest...
Activists light candles near a placard bearing the names of three human rights activists, during a protest in Manila September 23,2015. The United Nations on Tuesday called on the Philippine government to investigate immediately the killings of the three human rights activists on a southern island affected by long-running armed conflict. Philippine-based human rights groups said the military occupied the school after the killings and restricted movements of about 2,000 indigenous people, who were forced to flee to the town centre. The military has denied any links with the armed group behind the attack, claiming the killings were carried out by a rival tribe as part of a clan war. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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