Philippines' sea trade routes face growing piracy problem

Zamboanga City, Philippines - Armed groups are being blamed for an increase in piracy activities on the southern Philippine border and the government is being urged to curb lawlessness.

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    Zamboanga City, Philippines - Armed groups are being blamed for an increase in piracy activities on the southern Philippine border and the government is being urged to curb lawlessness.

    The Association of South East Asian Nations says it's threatening an important trade route.


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