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At least 9 killed in Bukidnon bus explosion

By Bing Tenorio and Nitz Arancon VALENCIA City, Bukidnon––At least nine people were killed and many others were hurt as a bomb went off in a moving bus in Maramag town in this province this afternoon. Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Bambi opens tourism week with a bang

MISAMIS Oriental Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano on Monday led the start of the tourism week celebration with much fanfare at the Centrio Ayala Mall here. Showcasing “The Best of Misamis Oriental,” the celebration featured booth exhibits that showed the various tourism spots of the province, native products made of indigenous ...

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Mulawan’s arrest prompts NBI to act

By Nitz Arancon THE National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) started looking into the revived rape case against Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD) senior architectural draftsman cum whistleblower Emmanuel Mulawan Sr. to determine if there was an unseen hand behind it. Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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The ‘all of me’ challenge

By Netnet Camomot CHRISTMAS decors began to sprout among the merchandise of a department store even before the Aug. 28 Cagayan de Oro fiesta. So, last Monday afternoon, it was a given that Christmas songs would be the muzak in this resto where we were having an early dinner. But ...

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The other side of the truth

By Erick San Juan WHILE scanning the TV channels after a day’s work, I had the chance to watch the National Geographic Channel featuring “Inside 9/11” (Sept. 11, 2014, 8pm). It was just like a way of conditioning our mind for a make-believe scenario well directed, and just like a ...

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Iqbal on draft BBL: ‘I am happy’

By Carolyn Arguillas of Mindanews   Last of three parts Q. Baka pareho na naman iyan sa 1996 agreement na several years later, the same complaint, that it was not implemented? A. In terms of engagement, in 2000, government did not comply, it declared an all-out war…massive ang displacement and ...

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Pawikan eggs saved

A PAWIKAN, believed to be of the endangered species hawksbill turtle, recently laid eggs at the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park in Punta Dumalag, Davao City. It was about 1 p.m. last May 27 when Bobby Onin, former caretaker of the park and now a purok leader of barangay Punta Dumalag, noticed ...

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Bridge closed during rehab

AN engineer of the Department of Public Works and Highways in Davao Region revealed that the traffic flow at the Macarthur Highway and Quirino Avenue will be at snail pace once the rehabilitation of the Generoso Bridge II goes full blast with the arrival of more construction equipment. Speaking at ...

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