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2 Korean nationals sued for kidnapping

THE CRIMINAL Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG XI) filed criminal complaint against two Korean nationals for allegedly kidnapping a fellow Korean

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AFP: Paquibato, Marilog closely monitored due to NPA presence

THE ARMED Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is placing some barangays of Paquibato and Marilog under watchlist anew following the resurgence of communist rebel attacks

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Panabo drug den yields P300,000 worth of shabu

THE PHILIPPINE Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) XI seized more than P300,000 worth of illegal drugs during a raid of an alleged drug den

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Boy, 15, charged for attempting to kill cop  

THE OFFICE of the City Prosecutor found probable cause to indict a 15-year-old boy for trying to kill a policeman at Times Beach, Barangay 76-A on Feb. 1.

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Ex-DepEd-ARMM exec charged over P8.295-M office supplies  

THE OFFICE of the Ombudsman-Mindanao (OMB- Min) indicted the former acting regional secretary of the Department of Education of Autonomous Region

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NPA ‘recruits’ girl, 13

AN ARMY official said the New People’s Army (NPA) is recruiting children to augment its dwindling number of combatants.

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City on lockdown after peace talks suspended

AUTHORITIES have intensified patrols and intelligence monitoring activities in order to preempt possible attack from the New People’s Army (NPA)

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Seven NPA rebels yield after ceasefire is lifted

SEVEN reported members of the New People’s Army already surrendered to authorities since President Duterte ordered the lifting of the ceasefire

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DCPO not discounting NPA in shooting of deputy mayor

POLICE are not discounting the possibility that New People’s Army (NPA) is behind the attack of deputy mayor Omiles Labarca Duyan at the Marilog District Tribal Office

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5-year drivers’ licenses to be rolled out this year

THE LAND Transportation Office (LTO) XI expects to implement the five-year validity of plastic licenses by this year despite a backlog of three-year license cards.

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