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Indio May 21, 2013 (05.21.13) Episode Replay

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Indio May 21, 2013 (05.21.13) Episode Replay
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Indio May 21, 2013 (05.21.13) Episode Replay
Indio is an upcoming Historical drama-Philippine drama of GMA Network. It is the second of its like to air in Philippine TV after Amaya under the same network, co-produced by Imus Productions. The show features an ensemble cast including Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr., Rhian Ramos, Jennylyn Mercado, Maxene Magalona. Bobby Andrews and Michael de Mesa. Directed by Dondon Santos, the drama will air on January 14, 2013 replacing Aso ni San Roque on GMA Telebabad block and on January 15, 2013 on GMA Pinoy TV. Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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Three Americans killed in Kabul hospital attack

KABUL - Three Americans were killed on Thursday when a security guard opened fire at a Kabul hospital funded by a US Christian charity, the latest in a spate of attacks on foreign civilians in Afghanistan.
 
Attacks on security forces, Afghan civilians and Westerners have been on the rise since the beginning of the year as Western forces prepare to leave the country and Afghans choose a new president.
 
"We can confirm three Americans were killed," said a US Embassy official, without providing further details. A fourth American was wounded, the Afghan Health Ministry said.
 
The attacker, a policeman employed as a security guard at the Cure Hospital, was captured, the ministry said. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for similar attacks this year, but made no comment about Thursday's shooting.
 
Those killed included a doctor, and a father and son visiting the hospital, Health Minister Suriya Dalil said.
 
"As they were walking out of the hospital, the security guard opened fire on them, killing three and wounding another one," an Interior Ministry official said.
 
Among the dead was Dr. Jerry Umanos, a Chicago pediatrician who volunteered for nearly a decade in Afghanistan training medical residents and seeing patients, according to the Chicago health center where he worked for more than a quarter century.
 
"He was a loving, caring physician who served all of his patients with the utmost of respect," said Dr. Bruce Rowell, a pediatrician at Chicago's Lawndale Christian Health Center.
 
The security guard shot himself after the attack and was treated at the hospital before being transferred to Afghan custody, Mark Knecht, chief financial officer of Cure International, said in a televised statement.
 
Knecht said two other people were injured, but did not elaborate.
 
The shooting occurred in the grounds of the Cure Hospital, which specializes in children's and maternal health. It is considered one of the country's leading hospitals, in addition to being a training institution.
 
"They were not the people carrying guns, they did not have military uniforms, they came here under immense pressure and were here only to serve the people of Afghanistan," Dalil said of the victims.
 
"This was an inhumane and brutal action, and unfortunately will impact our heath services."
 
The White House condemned the attack as "despicable and cowardly" and said it would continue to support Afghans who are committed to building a peaceful future. — Reuters





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