Battle Piracy

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Battle Piracy


MANILA, Philippines - Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Jesse M. Robredo has directed all local chief executives to continue the government's battle against piracy. According to the DILG Chief, the Optical Media Board (OMB) should be assisted in every way possible by local government units (LGUs) in its anti-piracy law, especially since the OMB only has limited number of personnel to confiscate pirated DVDs. Robredo said the OMB has the sole authority to confiscate pirated DVDs, and this is why it should coordinate with other agencies and LGUs to inspect and go around violators of the anti-piracy law. (Czarina Nicole O. Ong) Grenade Blast An alleged member of the New People's Army (NPA) was killed while 11 others, including seven minors, were wounded in a grenade blast in Bukidnon, the military said. Army 4th Infantry Division (4ID) spokesman, Maj. Eugenio Julio Osias IV, said the incident occurred on Monday around 11:30 a.m. at Sitio Silahis, Barangay Sampaguita, Kibawe, Bukidnon. The military said initial investigation revealed the insurgents were conducting a teach-in among residents. "There are unverified reports that there was also a demo on how to make an improvised explosive device," he said. (Elena Aben) Russian Vessels Three Russian Navy ships led by submarine hunter "Admiral Panteleev" have docked at the South Harbor in Manila for a three-day goodwill visit, the Philippine Navy (PN) announced Tuesday. The two other ships are sea tanker "Boris Butoma" and rescue tug "Fotiy Krylo." The arrival of the Russian ships came two days after the USS Wayne Meyer, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer of the United States Navy, also docked at Pier 15 for a four-day port visit. …

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