Philippines hunts for bombers in festival blast

Sultan Kudarat (Philippines): Philippine authorities were hunting two men believed to have planted the explosives that killed two people, including a young girl, at a festival in the nation’s south.

The blast late Tuesday in the town of Isulan, which wounded 35 others, is the second deadly bombing in less than in a month in the region where militants have waged a decades-long insurgency.

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