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Terror trio escape an 'inside job'  Police have hinted that 3 Islamic militants likely walked free with the assistance of the facility's guards   Arroyo admits small army 'mutiny'  The government confirmed that 'a small band of rogue officers' walked off their posts Armed men seize center of Manila
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Mosques hit by grenades, machine guns  5 armed men in a vehicle throw the grenades and spray the mosques with a gunfire. No one was hurt Nine dead in bomb   An explosion in a public market in the city of Koronadal killed 9 people and wounded 42 others Ferry collision kills 25  A small passenger ship carrying 228 people sank after it collided with a larger steel-hulled ferry Terror suspects escape from jail
Senior Abu Sayyaf member nabbed Manila expels Iraq envoy over terror link U.S. troops may fight in Philippines  Some 350 special operations troops will take part in a mission to 'disrupt and defeat' the Abu Sayyaf rebels   U.S. revises Philippines combat role  The Pentagon has not yet made a final decision on allowing troops to join a combat offensive against Muslim rebels Airport bomb kills 21  A powerful bomb exploded at an airport in the second largest city destroying the waiting area at the Davao City airport Airport bomb suspects held  5 suspected Muslim rebels were being questioned by police. Moro Islamic Liberation Front could be behind the blasts Gunmen seize passenger bus  Islamic rebels were killing an off-duty military officer on board before soldiers and police freed the hostages Wharf bomb kills 16


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  3 Islamic militants, including an Indonesian man with links to the regional Jemaah Islamiyah escaped from Manila jail
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  30 members of the military have seized the financial center of the capital and set up booby traps
    Arroyo sets deadline for mutineers  President is giving armed men until 5 p.m. to leave the Glorietta Shopping Center Jul.27   Rebel troops end mutiny  Renegade troops (296 soldiers, including 70 officers) have agreed to return to barracks     Ex-Estrada aide held over mutiny  Police have arrested Ramon Cardenas over allegations he was involved in a weekend mutiny by nearly 300 soldiers

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Aug.4     Key rebel leader dead  The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has announced that group's founding chairman Salamat Hashim has died

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Nov.7   2 killed after seizing air control tower
  Armed forces killed 2 armed men, including the former head of the Air Transport Office, who had seized the tower


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Dec.13   Foreign Secretary Ople dies  Blas Ople died after having trouble breathing aboard a flight to Dubai Dec.19     Landslides kill 70
  70 people were killed when they were buried alive in 2 landslides triggered by 6 days of heavy rains Dec.21   Mudslides toll now 83
  Rescuers have been battling rain and mud in search of survivors after floods devastated eastern Philippine villages Dec.22   Landslides toll tops 160   President Arroyo will travel to the southern Leyte province, hit hard by deadly landslides caused by days of flooding Dec.23   Landslides toll tops 200
  At least 209 people have died after the heaviest rainfall in 25 years hit the nation


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E. 02-28 U.S. revises Philippines combat role Philippines
5. 03-04 Airport bomb kills 21 Philippines
6. 03-04 Airport bomb suspects held Philippines
7. 03-09 Gunmen seize passenger bus Philippines
8. 04-02 Wharf bomb kills 16 Southern Philippines
9. 04-03 Mosques hit by grenades, machine guns Philippines





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U.S. troops may fight in Philippines  Some 350 special operations troops will take part in a mission to 'disrupt and defeat' the Abu Sayyaf rebels   U.S. revises Philippines combat role  The Pentagon has not yet made a final decision on allowing troops to join a combat offensive against Muslim rebels   Arroyo admits small army 'mutiny'  The government confirmed that 'a small band of rogue officers' walked off their posts Armed men seize center of Manila




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  30 members of the military have seized the financial center of the capital and set up booby traps
Jul.26   Arroyo sets deadline for mutineers  President is giving armed men until 5 p.m. to leave the Glorietta Shopping Center Jul.27 Rebel troops end mutiny
  Renegade troops (296 soldiers, including 70 officers) have agreed to return to barracks Jul.27   Ex-Estrada aide held over mutiny  Police have arrested Ramon Cardenas over allegations he was involved in a weekend mutiny by nearly 300 soldiers Aug.4   Key rebel leader dead  The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has announced that group's founding chairman Salamat Hashim has died



Philippines, 2003 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2003 May.25 Ferry collision kills 25  A small passenger ship carrying 228 people sank after it collided with a larger steel-hulled ferry Dec.19   Landslides kill 70  70 people were killed when they were buried alive in 2 landslides triggered by 6 days of heavy rains Dec.21 Mudslides toll now 83  Rescuers have been battling rain and mud in search of survivors after floods devastated eastern Philippine villages Dec.22 Landslides toll tops 160   President Arroyo will travel to the southern Leyte province, hit hard by deadly landslides caused by days of flooding Dec.23 Landslides toll tops 200
  At least 209 people have died after the heaviest rainfall in 25 years hit the nation




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2003 Jan.2 Senior Abu Sayyaf member nabbed Mar.4 Airport bomb kills 21  A powerful bomb exploded at an airport in the second largest city destroying the waiting area at the Davao City airport Mar.4 Airport bomb suspects held  5 suspected Muslim rebels were being questioned by police. Moro Islamic Liberation Front could be behind the blasts Mar.9 Gunmen seize passenger bus  Islamic rebels were killing an off-duty military officer on board before soldiers and police freed the hostages Apr.2 Wharf bomb kills 16
  The military suspects a terror attack staged by Moro Islamic Liberation Front, a Muslim separatist group
Apr.3 Mosques hit by grenades, machine guns  5 armed men in a vehicle throw the grenades and spray the mosques with a gunfire. No one was hurt May.10 Nine dead in bomb   An explosion in a public market in the city of Koronadal killed 9 people and wounded 42 others Jul.14 Terror suspects escape from jail
  3 Islamic militants, including an Indonesian man with links to the regional Jemaah Islamiyah escaped from Manila jail
Jul.15 Terror trio escape an 'inside job'  Police have hinted that 3 Islamic militants likely walked free with the assistance of the facility's guards Nov.7 2 killed after seizing air control tower
  Armed forces killed 2 armed men, including the former head of the Air Transport Office, who had seized the tower




Philippines, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Feb.13 Manila expels Iraq envoy over terror link Dec.13 Foreign Secretary Ople dies  Blas Ople died after having trouble breathing aboard a flight to Dubai