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Topic - Rogelio De Sosa
Life in a southern Philippine city at the center of a hostage crisis was slowly returning to normal as troops went house to house Wednesday searching for remaining Muslim rebels and their hostages in a 10-day standoff that displaced more than 100,000 people.
Mr. de Sosa said his company faced a shutdown unless the city's bustling port reopened soon.
"Some of them are able to go to work because they moved in with relatives," he said. "Some have only the clothes on their backs. So we are contributing used clothes and things so they can continue to work."