Remembering the Maguindanao Massacre

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MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE REMEMBERED: 58 SECONDS OF SILENCE. Media men, workers and University of the Philippines students lead the lighting of candles Wednesday night as tribute to the 58 who perished in the November 23, 2009 gruesome Maguindanao Massacre. Marking the start of its 10th year anniversary of the massacre where 58 people were buried alive, including 32 journalists. Not to be forgotten was the message brought across by National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Deputy Secretary-General Raymund Villanueva. The month-long commemoration brings to fore the mass murders and case. Included in NUJP activities is an appeal to radio and television stations and other media groups to observe total silence for 58 seconds in honor of the victims on that day, November 23, 2019. (Jimmy Carbo/BCuaresma/IAMIGO/CNS)

MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE REMEMBERED: 58 SECONDS OF SILENCE. Media men, workers and University of the Philippines students lead the lighting of candles Wednesday night as tribute to the 58 who perished in the November 23, 2009 gruesome Maguindanao Massacre. Marking the start of its 10th year anniversary of the massacre where 58 people were buried alive, including 32 journalists. Not to be forgotten was the message brought across by National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Deputy Secretary-General Raymund Villanueva. The month-long commemoration brings to fore the mass murders and case. Included in NUJP activities is an appeal to radio and television stations and other media groups to observe total silence for 58 seconds in honor of the victims on that day, November 23, 2019. (Jimmy Carbo/ BCuaresma/ IAMIGO/ CNS)

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