A Philippine court has found top members of a political clan guilty on multiple counts of murder, over a mass killing in 2009.
Fifty-eight people - 32 of them journalists - were killed when a convoy of vehicles was attacked in the southern province of Maguindanao.
Around 100 people have been on trial over the massacre ... many of them linked to a politically powerful family in the province.
The mass killing was the single biggest attack on journalists in history.
Al Jazeera's Joan Cordero reports live from Manila.