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DNA test confirms suicide bomber in Sulu a woman

  MANILA, Philippines--A DNA test has confirmed that the suicide bomber in the September 8 explosion at a military detachment in Indanan, Sulu is a woman, the Philippine National Police (PNP) revealed Tuesday. "Ang nakuha natin is partial DNA [female] profile so 'yun ang nagiging basehan natin para sabihin na babae talaga siya... Ang masisiguro lang po natin ay talagang babae 'yun and also the eyewitnesses has helped us go to that conclusion na babae 'yung involved sa bombing," Lt. Col. Kimberly Molitas, PNP deputy spokesperson, said in a press briefing at Camp Crame. (We got a partial DNA female profile so that is the basis why we can say that the bomber was a woman... Wha...

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