Patag’s supporters admire her apologetic gesture, but on closer examination, it turned out, Cynthia Patag was apologizing to the Paredes couple, not to Noel Asensio’s bereaved family.
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Except for the spot where the most casualties were found, now illuminated with candles, the night market resumes operations despite what happened last Friday.
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