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Localized truce

Mayor Sara offers peace to NPA MAYOR Sara Duterte-Carpio has extended a local offer of peace to the New People’s Army (NPA) operating within the territorial jurisdiction of the city.

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Vow to release POWs

NDFP accuses AFP of butchering 2 civilians THE COMMUNIST Party of the Philippines (CPP) vows to release six prisoners of war as a gesture of its desire to continue peace talks with the government.

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Warning levels

80 families evacuated due to rising waters THE CITY Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO) reported that at least 80 families in NHA Kadayawan-Bangkal were preemptively evacuated

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Violence escalates

NPA ramps up abduction, attacks since Feb. 1: army SEVEN persons were already abducted by the New People’s Army (NPA) under the area of responsibility of the 10th Infantry Division since the ceasefire

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Gamblers warned

DCPO intensifies anti-gambling ops THE DAVAO City Police Office (DCPO) is now intensifying its campaign against illegal gambling, following orders from President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Deaths in hinterlands

Medical mission uncovers 28 deaths in Talaingod A RECENT medical mission in Talaingod, Davao del Norte revealed that many of the Lumads living there are experiencing gastrointestinal illnesses:

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Clean up or pack up

PRRD issues ultimatum to mining firms PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has issued an ultimatum to mining firms to clean up or pack up amid the closure of several mines upon orders of the Department of Environment

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Rocky peaks of Mt. Capistrano

A SMALL  mountain in Bukidnon is growing to become an ecotourism destination thanks to social media and locally organized tours.

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Valentine’s Day: its evolving celebration

ON FEBRUARY 14, the world figuratively and literally turns into color red as people from all walks of life celebrate Valentine’s Day.

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No collateral damage

AFP: foremost concern is civilians’ safety, protection THE ARMED Forces of the Philippines (AFP) assures there will be no collateral damage on the civilian populace in the all-out war

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