The still bound headless bodies of six workers and a dried-fish vendor killed by Abu Sayyaf militants are brought to a Philippine National Police camp after being retrieved at Parang town in the volatile island province of Jolo in southern Philippines Friday April 20, 2007.

The Philippine army, outraged by the beheadings of seven Abu Sayyaf hostages whose heads were delivered to troops on southern Jolo island, ordered its units Friday to intensify efforts to wipe out the "barbaric" militants. The men, six road project workers and a dried-fish factory worker, were kidnapped at gunpoint by the al-Qaida-linked militants in two separate incidents Monday near the town of Parang, 960 kilometers (600 miles) south of Manila, the military said

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