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Philippines arrests three suspected militants over bomb in Duterte's hometown

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine security forces have arrested three men suspected of being behind last month's deadly attack on a street market in the president's home city, and found they were linked to Islamic State militants, the defense minister said on Friday.
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