Death Toll at 46 in Philippine Massacre

The bodies of at several dozen political supporters and journalists have been recovered from a mass grave in the southern Philippines, according to the Philippine police. Eleven new bodies had been unearthed late Tuesday, bringing the death toll to 46. Police said that around 40 people had been traveling on Monday to register Buluan township vice mayor Ismael Mangudadatu as a candidate in the elections for provincial governor, when the convoy was stopped. Police found 24 bodies later in the day, including those of Mangudadatu's wife and two sisters.