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PIA Press Release
2010/05/10

Marawi encounters election-related incidence

by AP Bagumbaran

Islamic City of Marawi (10 May) -- Three improvised bomb explosives simultaneously exploded about 15 meters away from the Mindanao State University (MSU) gym, this morning.

No casualty, however, were reported.

The explosion is believed to be a scenario wherein voters at this precinct are opposed to the clustering.

Similar incidence occurred on or about 10:40 am, today, where a group of undetermined armed men fired three (3) rounds of M203 grenade launcher near the Marawi City Pilot School at Amai Pakapak, Marawi City.

Nobody was hurt during the incident.

Purpose of said explosion is believed to disrupt the ongoing elections. (PIA Marawi) [top]

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