Manila Remembers Massacred Journalists From Maguindanao : News Photo

Manila Remembers Massacred Journalists From Maguindanao

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 23: Filipino journalists and journalism students light candles in prayer during the Remembrance Day Rally commemorating the 34 journalists massacred by paramilitary forces exactly three years ago on November 23, 2012 in Manila, Philippines. The slain journalists were part of a convoy traveling with the wife of a local politician who was going to file her husband's certificate of candidacy. The Maguindanao massacre of Nov. 23, 2009, left 58 people dead, the highest number of journalists killed in a single incident anywhere in the world. (Photo by Dondi Tawatao/Getty Images)
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MANILA, PHILIPPINES - NOVEMBER 23: Filipino journalists and journalism students light candles in prayer during the Remembrance Day Rally commemorating the 34 journalists massacred by paramilitary forces exactly three years ago on November 23, 2012 in Manila, Philippines. The slain journalists were part of a convoy traveling with the wife of a local politician who was going to file her husband's certificate of candidacy. The Maguindanao massacre of Nov. 23, 2009, left 58 people dead, the highest number of journalists killed in a single incident anywhere in the world. (Photo by Dondi Tawatao/Getty Images)
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