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Communist rebels killed in Philippines

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Six communist rebels were killed in a clash with government troops in the northern Philippines, an army commander said Wednesday. 

The clash erupted Tuesday evening in a village in Camiling town in Tarlac province, 135 kilometres north of Manila, army Colonel Henry Sabare said.

The fighting lasted until dawn on Wednesday, when troops recovered the bodies of the guerrillas, Sabare added.

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