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TREND MAKER. Mindanao Gold Star Daily was established in 1989 to set ablaze a new meaning & flame to the local newspaper business. Throughout the years it continued its focus and interest in the rural areas & pioneered the growth of countryside journalism.

Abella says Duterte to call meeting on possible ML lifting

DAVAO City — President Duterte would convene a meeting with his Security, Justice and Peace cluster in the Cabinet to decide if martial law in Mindanao should be lifted or let it continue until  Dec. 31, presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said on Friday. Abella said the killing of  terror group ...

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Threat of extremism didn’t end with Marawi: cardinal

DAVAO City–“The threat of extremism is still there even though the war in Marawi might have ended.” Mindanao’s lone Cardinal Orlando Quevedo said this during a news conference at the end of the four-day 16th Mindanao-Sulu Pastoral Conference at the Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao on Thursday. Quevedo said the defeat ...

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Liberation and reconstruction

William Adan NAAWAN, Misamis Oriental — Damn elastic and endless deadlines! The President finally declared on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, the liberation of Marawi from the Isis-Maute terrorists, without waiting anymore for the military to completely annihilate or cause the surrender of some 30 or so who are still making ...

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Time for ‘selfeinvention’?

By Mansoor Limba Mindanews EARLY morning after my short presentation at the “terror” in Marawi forum held last June 30 in Ateneo de Davao University (see “Is ‘terror’ Marawi’s single story?”), I received an unexpected e-mail from one of the forum’s organizers. Part of the message reads: “Upon hearing your ...

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Home escapes

Netnet Camomot WAKING up early for travel is not exactly my cup of tea. Nor is it my cup of coffee, cup of hot choco, or even my cup of lukewarm water. But the senior-moment age has changed my sleeping hours—I’m usually sleepy by 9 pm or even earlier, and ...

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Abbas: I’m duty-bound to continue congress despite setback

By Frank E. Dosdos, Jr Correspondent ILIGAN City — The founding chairman of Bangsa Mranaw Congress (BMC) has belied reports circulated on social media that he had resigned from the BMC which had held a successful and well-attended two-day assembly here from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1. Lawyer Firdausi I. ...

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Marawi residents to file class suit vs government

A group of Marawi residents are planning to file a class suit against the government for the destruction of the city’s properties and the deaths of civilians due to the conflict between state forces and local terrorists. Two support groups of the Marawi crisis victims said in a joint statement ...

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2 BIFF killed in latest Maguindanao clashes

DAVAO City — Two members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters were killed and five soldiers were wounded in the latest clashes between them in Maguindanao. In a phone interview, BIFF spokesman Abu Misry Mama said two BIFF fighters were killed and two others were wounded when the military bombed ...

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