CLOSED. More than a dozen trucks are stranded in Aleosan after the 20-kilometer Aleosan-Pikit stretch of the national highway in North Cotabato was closed to traffic starting 6pm Tuesday evening, August 7, 2012 due to the reported presence of armed men believed to be members of Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in the periphery of Barangay Dalingaoen in Pikit. Mindanews learned that the highway was reopened 4am Tuesday. Mindanews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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