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63 viewsONGGOYAN FESTIVAL. Street dancers show their best during the Onggoyan Festival in the municipality of Malimono in Surigao del Norte, which celebrated its 55th foundation day on Sunday, October 16, 2011. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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46 views17FLYOVERThe newly built flyover at the junction of C.M. Recto Ave. (which is part of the national highway) and Veles St. in downtown Cagayan de Oro City opened to motorists today (Oct. 17, 2011). But east-bound vehicles, shown here on the flyover going to the right, continue to pile up all the way to the Marcos Bridge while the other lane flows freely. Motorists say the east-bound traffic is still dense as before because of the bottleneck at the junction of CM Recto and Corrales St., just a block away. MindaNews photo
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Surigaonons go about their everyday life as tarpaulin streamers condemning the recent NPA attacks against two mining firms in Claver, Surigao del Norte are hung in trees on Friday Oct. 14, 2011. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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76 viewsMembers of underground youth organization Kabataan Makabayan and the Communist Party of the Philippines occupy a major intersection in Davao City on Saturday (Oct. 15, 2011) morning to pay tribute to former rebel spokesman Gregorio "Ka Roger" Rosal. A masked youth spokesperson said that the late Ka Roger is an inspiration for the youth to continue the struggle and join the New People's Army. MindaNews photo by Karlos Manlupig
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Tawi-Tawi Gov. Sadikul Sahali descends from the A319 plane of Cebu Pacific Air's maiden flight Friday (Oct. 14, 2011) at the Sanga-Sanga airport in Bongao, Tawi-Tawi. Following him is Cebu Pacific’s vice-president for airport services Jomar Rodriguez. Tawi-tawi is the airline’s 50th destination. MindaNews photo
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46 viewsResidents gather coconuts, husks, and lumber that washed ashore in Barangays Ipil and Mabua in Surigao City in the aftermath of tropical storm "Ramon" last Tuesday, October 11, 2011. MindaNews photo by Roel Catoto
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45 viewsFarmer James Vergara dehusks coconuts he gathered from the beach where these drifted in the aftermath of tropical storm "Ramon" in Barangay Ipil, Surigao City last Tuesday, October 11, 2011. MindaNews photo by Roel Catoto
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46 viewsHealth workers from the DOH-ARMM campaign for family planning program among Moro women in Buluan town in Maguindanao last Monday, October 10, 2011. MindaNews photo by Ferdinandh Cabrera
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50 viewsBAYANIHAN. Government workers and neighbors hep in moving this house away from Amoros River which overflowed its banks in Barangay Amoros, El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental Tuesday, October 11, 2011. Tropical storm "Ramon" dumped 84 inches of rain in Misamis Oriental last Tuesday, forcing the evacuation of 270 families. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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59 viewsLIVING DANGEROUSLY. This house is in danger of being swept away after the Amoros River overflowed in Barangay Amoros, El Salvador City in Misamis Oriental Tuesday, October 11, 2011. Tropical storm "Ramon" dumped 84 inches of rain in Misamis Oriental last Tuesday, forcing the evacuation of 270 families. MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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53 viewsJames Mabaylan (right) shares his experience during a press conference at the Misamis Oriental Provincial Capitol in Cagayan de Oro City Wednesday, October 12, 2011 called by Vice Gov. Norris Babiera (left, with yellow shirt). Mabaylan was among six sleeping mattress vendors from Initao, Misamis Oriental who were abducted by the New People's Army (NPA) in Paquibato District, Davao City last Aug. 17, 2011 after being suspected as spies. They were released Tuesday night in Paquibato to Sowing the Seeds for Peace, a group headed by Bishop Felixberto Calang of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI). MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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52 viewsRonald Boiles (rightmost) talk to colleague Ernesto Callo Jr. when they were presented to the media at the Misamis Oriental Provincial Capitol in Cagayan de Oro City Wednesday, October 12, 2011 by Vice Gov. Norris Babiera (left, with yellow shirt). They were among six sleeping mattress vendors from Initao, Misamis Oriental who were abducted by the New People's Army (NPA) in Paquibato District, Davao City last Aug. 17, 2011 after being suspected as spies. They were released Tuesday night in Paquibato to Sowing the Seeds for Peace, a group headed by Bishop Felixberto Calang of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI). MindaNews photo by Erwin Mascarinas
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