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PostSubject: The sound of explosions and gunfire at a resort Philippine capital   Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:23 pm

The sound of explosions and gunfire at a resort Philippine capital

6/1/2017 10:19:00 a.m. AM


Khandan- media reported that a Filipina domestic sound of explosions and gunfire was heard in the entertainment resort in the capital city of Manila in the early hours of Friday morning (local time) and spread by armed members of the police at the site.

It showed pictures posted on social media near the resort city from the airport and rising from a building where smoke columns.

A source in one of the resorts told "Reuters", that staff are being evacuated and refused to disclose further details.

The source noted that the police control the situation is now fully.

http://www.xendan.org/ar/detailnews.aspx?jimare=8749&babet=72&relat=8030
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