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Filipinos mourn over victims of massacre in Manila

2009-11-25 06:05:40 GMT2009-11-25 14:05:40 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Candles are seen during a rally held by the students to mourn over the victims of the massacre, in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Nov. 24 2009. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Students attend a rally to mourn over the victims of the massacre, in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Nov. 24 2009. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Students attend a rally to mourn over the victims of the massacre, in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Nov. 24 2009. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Students attend a rally to mourn over the victims of the massacre, in Manila, capital of the Philippines, Nov. 24 2009. (Xinhua/Jon Fabrigar)

Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Nov. 24 placed three provinces in southern Mindanao region under the state of emergency following Monday's bloody political massacre that left at least 36 people killed.

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