Philippine leader promises justice

President says Maguindanao massacre plotters will be brought to book on anniversary of killings.

    Philippines president Benigno Aquino has promised justice for the 58 people who were brutally murdered in the south of the country a year ago.

    It was a crime that shocked the nation and was also the country's worst political violence.

    Marga Ortigas finds out what has been done over the year in the search of justice for the families of the victims.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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