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  1. Critics call SC for TRO law against anti-terrorism law, citing “repugnant” provisions INQUIRER.net
  2. Counterterrorism law fixes “loopholes” in 2007 security law – The Manila Times The Manila Times
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  5. Duterte signs anti-terror law – The Manila Times The Manila Times
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