Philippine court to announce verdict on Ampatuan massacre case

After 10 years, families of the victims of the Ampatuan massacre in the Philippines may finally get justice.

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    After 10 years, families of the victims of the Ampatuan massacre in the Philippines may finally get justice.

    A court will announce the verdict next month for the slaying of 58 people.

    Rights groups say they hope for nothing less than a full conviction for the suspects.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila.


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