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11 viewsCathy Nuñez, mother of UNTV reporter Victor Nuñez, holds the portrait of her son in their residence somewhere in Mindanao on 13 December 2019. Nuñez have been receiving death threats and welcomes the decision of the court convicting 28 people involved in the Ampatuan massacre. “I thank God for hearing our prayers,” she said after the verdict was handed down in Taguig. MindNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDO
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15 viewsAndal Ampatuan Jr., principal suspect, under close watch by his police escorts at the General Santos City Airport on 26 November 2009, during his arrest three days after the massacre. He was being brought to Manila at this time. MindaNews file photo by BONG S. SARMIENTO
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8 viewsAndal Ampatuan Jr., principal suspect, under heavy guard at the General Santos City Airport on 26 November 2009, during his arrest three days after the massacre. He was being brought to Manila at this time. MindaNews file photo by BONG S. SARMIENTO
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10 viewsAndal Ampatuan Jr., principal suspect, is mobbed by reporters at the General Santos City Airport on 26 November 2009 during his arrest, three days after the massacre. MindaNews file photo by BONG S. SARMIENTO
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14 views(L-R) Phoebe Bataluna, Ronie Perante Jr., Xhandi Morales, and Princess Caniban—children of some of the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre—give their reaction to the verdict of the case in General Santos City on Thursday (19 December 2019). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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12 views(L-R) Ronie Perante Jr., Xhandi Morales, Princess Caniban, and Jhanchene Maravilla—children of some of the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre—give their reaction to the verdict of the case in General Santos City on Thursday (19 December 2019). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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13 viewsFamilies of some of the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre gather in General Santos City to watch the live broadcast of the verdict of the case on Thursday (19 December 2019). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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11 viewsThe backhoe used to bury the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre is parked inside the Police Regional Office 12 in General Santos City. Photo taken Thursday (19 December 2019) by MANMAN DEJETO / MindaNews
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13 viewsThe backhoe used to bury the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre is parked inside the Police Regional Office 12 in General Santos City. Photo taken Thursday (19 December 2019) by MANMAN DEJETO / MindaNews
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11 viewsFamilies of some of the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre gather in General Santos City to hear together the live broadcast of the verdict of the case on Thursday (19 December 2019). MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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30 viewsThe backhoe used to bury the victims of the Ampatuan Massacre is parked inside the Police Regional Office 12 in General Santos City. Photo taken by MANMAN DEJETEO / MindaNews on 19 December 2019.
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95 viewsSTILL NO JUSTICE. A priest officiates a Mass on Sunday morning (19 November 2017) commemorating what has become known as the Ampatuan Massacre at the mass grave site in the municipality of Ampatuan in Maguindanao. A total of 58 people, including 32 from the media, were killed in what was believed to be perpetrated by the Ampatuan clan on 23 November 2009. The National Union of Journalists in the Philippines, along with the International Federation of Journalists, facilitated the site visit by relatives and friends of the victims. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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