Duterte tells troops: Fight hard ‘hanggang magkaubusan na’

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MANILA, Philippines — In the wake of the deadly explosions in Jolo, Sulu last week that left at least 15 dead and 75 wounded, President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to government troops to keep fighting until terrorists are neutralized.


In his speech before troops in Jolo on Sunday, the President said the recent attack will only “strengthen” the country’s resolve “to crush the lawless elements behind this cowardly act.”


“So I will end my speech with an appeal that if we cannot really agree, then we fight and we fight hard hanggang magkaubusan na. Maybe by that time, kung ubos na ang lahat, wala ng giy…

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