Filipinos rejoice as US-seized church bells toll again on Philippine soil
29 December 2018 | 1:30 pm
The revered church bells, a symbol of resistance to US colonization, were seized by American troops as war spoils more than a century ago. Manila had been pushing for their return since the 1990s.
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