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Philippines to ask airlines to bring Filipinos home after Kuwait deaths

MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines will ask its private airlines to evacuate its nationals from Kuwait within 72 hours after the discovery of a Filipino migrant worker dead in a freezer, the latest in what Manila calls a pattern of abuse in the Gulf state.
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