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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Alexander Padilla
Communist rebels threatened more attacks Sunday despite looming peace talks with the Philippine government, as they marked the insurgency's 42nd anniversary by defiantly marching with their weapons in public view.
MANILA (AP) — The Philippine government has ordered the recall of millions of cans of infant milk products made by U.S.-based company Wyeth because they may have been contaminated at a warehouse during a storm, officials said yesterday.
The president, he said, understands the
He noted that even hardline leftists have been elected into Congress after abandoning their armed struggle.