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maalaala mo kaya (tagalog for quotwould you rememberrememberingquot) is a filipino drama program which was first aired in 1991 and has since been the longest-running drama anthology on philippine television it is named after the song maalaala mo kaya by constancio de guzman which is also the shows theme song the show uses the cover version performed by dulce in recent years it also uses the cover version by carol banawa in the closing credits for 18 years the show has been airing on abs-cbn broadcasting corporation and is hosted by charo santos-concio it is also showned in anc also but a different time slotmmk has become a standard in philippine drama it airs every saturday 800 to 930 pm on abs-cbn and is broadcast over the radio with the title maalaala mo kaya sa dzmm weekdays from 230 to 300pm on dzmm radyo patrol 630khz as of 2009 the show is broadcast in widescreen aspect ratio with letterbox Brought to you by FlipBooth - The Pinoy Style Youtube

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Al Qaeda kills 14 Algerian soldiers in ambush

ALGIERS - Islamist militants killed at least 14 Algerian soldiers in an ambush in mountains east of the capital Algiers at the weekend in one of the deadliest attacks on the military in years.

The troops were in the Tizi Ouzou region, 120 km (75 miles) east of Algiers, when they were attacked by al Qaeda's north African branch, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), state news agency APS and a security source said on Sunday.

The attack on Saturday night came just days after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 77, was re-elected for a fourth term following a campaign that portrayed the ageing leader as the key to continued security for the North African OPEC state.

Since the end of its 1990s war with armed Islamists, attacks have been rarer in Algeria. But Algerian officials are concerned about spillover from the turmoil in neighboring Libya, where fighters linked to al Qaeda take refuge in the southern deserts.

"On their way back from securing the presidential election, the unit came under attack," the defense ministry said in a statement posted by APS. Three militants were also killed.

Algerian security specialist Rahmani Anis told Reuters: "This attack is a response to setbacks for AQIM, which lost several of its militants in recent months. AQIM tried also to disrupt the election but it failed,"

AQIM is mostly based in the Sahel area which crosses southern Algeria. The army has killed 37 militants since January, according to the ministry, including several in the eastern mountains. Security sources say some have been found with weapons traced to Libya.

Wanted leaders

One of those believed to be hiding in the east is Abdelmalek Droukdel, a former chemistry student who become AQIM leader after fighting in Afghanistan.

Algerian forces last year killed two of Droukdel's deputies in Bouira, a former stronghold of militants during the 1990s civil war. That conflict was triggered in 1992 when the government cancelled elections that an Islamist party looked set to win.

In January last year, militants raided Algeria's Amenas gas plant near Libya's border, killing 40 oil contractors, most of them foreigners, in an attack that prompted British-based BP and Norway's Statoil to pull their workers out.

That attack was led by Mokhtar Belmokhtar, a veteran Algerian militant and former al Qaeda fighter whom the French have dubbed "The Uncatchable". He was reported killed last year though recent reports say he may still be alive. — Reuters

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