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Sunday, April 30, 2017

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Cotabato vendors appeal government for permanent stalls

COTABATO CITY - Small traders and sidewalk vendors have urged the local government to put up stalls for them to be able to sell and support their livelihoods following a recent crackdown by authorities in downtown Cotabato.

Authorities have dismantled makeshift stalls and structures on sidewalks in an effort to clear the area from illegal vendors who were forced to stop plying their trades. Many of them were selling newspapers, cigarettes among others to augment their family income.

The local government said it was only implementing several ordinances and that it has previously ordered vendors not to block the sidewalks, especially along Sinsuat Avenue. 

Vendors have decried the crackdown and appealed to city councilors to look at their plight and for the local government to help them by providing livelihood programs and permanent stalls. The local government also urged establishments and food stalls to renew their business licenses after it was discovered that some of them were operating without the necessary requirements and pertinent permits from City Hall. (Rhoderick Beñez)

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Gunmen kill army soldier in North Cotabato

KIDAPAWAN CITY - Motorcycle gunmen killed an army sergeant in a broad daylight attack in Pikit town in North Cotabato province in southern Philippines, police said on Sunday.

Police said the soldier, Salilin Guiapal, was travelling on a motorcycle when he was shot by one of two gunmen who tailed him in the village of Manaulanan on Saturday.

"We are investigating the killing," said Chief Inspector Donald Cabigas, the local police chief. He said the soldier was a member of the 7Ist Infantry Battalion.

The assailants fled after the killing. No individual or group claimed responsibility for the murder. (Rhoderick Beñez)

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Koronadal City sumabak sa Guiness record challenge







Mga nagsilahok sa Guinness record challenge sa Koronadal City sa South Cotabato province sa Mindanao. (Rhoderick Beñez)


 

 
KORONADAL CITY - Mahigit sa 4,000 mga motorcycle riders ang nagtipon-tipon sa Koronadal City sa South Cotabato upang tangkain na mapasali sa Guinness Book of World Records na may pinakamaraming nagpaandar ng motorsiklo.

Postibo naman si Koronadal City Mayor Peter Miguel na kaya nilang lagpasan ang record ng Kawasaki sa Mall of Asia sa Maynila noon nakaraang taon. Ipaaalam umano ng Guinness sa lalong madaling panahon kung magtatagumpay ang Koronadal.

Nagpasalamat naman si Miguel sa mga sumali at nakidalo sa naturang event kamakailan lamang. (Rhoderick Beñez)

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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Mindanao niyanig ng lindol

GENERAL SANTOS CITY - Niyanig ng malakas na lindol kaninang madaling araw ang lalawigan ng Sarangani at naramdaman rin ito sa ibat-ibat panig ng Mindanao na kung saan ay naglabas pa ng tsunami warning ang Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology o Phivolcs.
Naitala ang lakas ng lindol sa magnitude 7.2 dakong alas 4.23 ng madaling araw at tectonic ang sanhi nito o mula sa ilalim ng lupa. Walang naitalang malalaking alon sa mga coastal areas at binawi rin ng Philvocs ang tsunami warning na inilabas nito.
"Akala ko nga eh mahuhulog na yun television dahil malakas talaga ang lindol at tumakbo na lamang kasi sa labas ng bahay," ani Mercedes Panero, mula sa kanyang tirahan sa Surallah sa South Cotabato na kung saan ay magnitude 5 ang lakas ng lindol doon. Naramdaman rin ito sa eastern at central Midnanao, gayun rin sa Zamboanga City sa western Mindanao.
"Medyo malakas rin yun pagyanig at nagtagal yata ng halos dalawang segundo," ayon naman kay Joaquin Reyes sa Zamboanga City.
Bahagya rin naramdaman ito sa northern Mindanao, partikular sa Cagayan de Oro City. Walang naiulat na nawasak na gusali, bagama't may mga lumang bahay ang nakitaan ng crack sa mga nasabing lugar, ayon sa mga ulat. (Mindanao Examiner)
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The Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper May 1-7, 2017



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Rebels raid Duterte's hometown, blows up building



DAVAO CITY – Communist rebels raided the hometown of President Rodrigo Duterte in southern Philippines and bombed a factory before escaping in several vehicles in a daring attack before sunrise that injured a security guard.
Heavily-armed rebels from the New People’s Army arrived in several vehicles and disguised as government soldiers and members of the National Bureau of Investigation and immediately disarmed the security guards. One of them was shot after he tried put up a fight.
The rebels, numbering at least two dozens, quickly poured gasoline and planted improvised explosives inside the huge compound and detonated them before fleeing from the area. It was unknown how the rebels managed to sneak into the city without being detected by soldiers and policemen manning numerous checkpoints and roadblocks along the way to the factory.
The raid occurred just as factory workers were protesting against the Lapanday Foods Corporation. And television pictures showed the compound burning with black smokes billowing from inside the factory.

Presidential daughter and current mayor of Davao, Sarah Duterte-Carpio, branded the attack both as insulting and acts of terrorism as she strongly condemned the raid.

“The attacks perpetrated by the New People's Army today in Davao City are acts of terrorism. I take what happened today as a personal insult especially because the local government of Davao City has been supportive of the peace negotiations between the national government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines...And because I have repeatedly offered to talk peace with the members of the NPA within Davao City,” the mayor said.

We condemn these acts committed by a group that pretends to champion social justice and equality. With its history of carrying out atrocities and its continued penchant for lawlessness and bloodbath, the NPA is an organization that is not worthy of our trust and respect,” she added.

There was no immediate statement from President Duterte or Jesus Dureza, his peace adviser, over the attack which occurred ahead of the resumption of peace talks with rebels in the coming months. The rebels have been fighting for separate state since the early 60s and the insurgency in the Philippines is the longest in the world. (Mindanao Examiner)

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Radyo Mindanao April 28, 2017



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Philippine Marines kill notorious Abu Sayyaf leader





SULU – Philippine troops were reported to have killed one of the Abu Sayyaf’s most notorious sub-leaders behind the brutal murders of kidnapped foreigners and Filipinos in a special operation in the southern island of Sulu.


Military reports said members of the Philippine Marine Special Operations Group killed Alhabsi Misaya late Friday in the village of Silangkan in Parang town, a known stronghold of the militant group affiliated with the Islamic State.


Misaya’s body was brought to a military base in Jolo town. The Western Mindanao Command have not release any statement about Misaya’s killing, but one report branded the daring military operation as an “entrapment to neutralize” one of the Abu Sayyaf’s notorious executioners.


Misaya was also linked to the spate of terrorism in southern Philippines and cross-border ransom kidnappings in Sabah in Malaysia and attacks on cargo ships off Tawi-Tawi province. He was also behind the beheading of Canadians John Ridsdel and Robert Hall in 2016 and seven Filipino workers in Sulu, one of 5 provinces under the Muslim autonomous region.


Both Canadians were kidnapped by 10 gunmen from the resort island of Samal in Davao del Norte province on September 2015 along with Norwegian man Kjartan Sekkingstad and his Filipina girlfriend, Maritess Flor. Both Sekkingstad and Flor had been freed in exchange for huge ransom payoffs. (With a report from Ely Dumaboc.)

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