FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2011 file photo, a crowd gather in Kidapawan township as slain Italian priest Rev. Fausto Tentorio is laid in a coffin to rest in North Cotabato province in southern Philippines. The dead last year included Tentorio, an Italian Catholic priest who fought against mining companies to protect the ancestral lands of the Manobo tribe in the southern Philippines. Affectionately known as "Father Pops," he was buried in the coffin made from a favorite mahogany tree he had planted. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2011 file photo, a crowd gather in Kidapawan township as slain Italian priest Rev. Fausto Tentorio is laid in a coffin to rest in North Cotabato province in southern Philippines. The dead last year included Tentorio, an Italian Catholic priest who fought against mining companies to protect the ancestral lands of the Manobo tribe in the southern Philippines. Affectionately known as "Father Pops," he was buried in the coffin made from a favorite mahogany tree he had planted. (AP Photo/File)
FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2011 file photo, a crowd gather in Kidapawan township as slain Italian priest Rev. Fausto Tentorio is laid in a coffin to rest in North Cotabato province in southern Philippines. The dead last year included Tentorio, an Italian Catholic priest who fought against mining companies to protect the ancestral lands of the Manobo tribe in the southern Philippines. Affectionately known as "Father Pops," he was buried in the coffin made from a favorite mahogany tree he had planted. (AP Photo/File)
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