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97 viewsFUTURE CONTROL TOWER. The unfinished control tower of the P7.8 billion Laguindingan International Airport in barangay Moog, Laguindingan town in Misamis Oriental. Scheduled to be operational in 2012, the airport will be the fourth international airport in Mindanao. Costing P7.8 billion, the airport is 46 kilometers away from Lumbia airport in Cagayan de Oro. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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91 viewsFINISHING TOUCHES. Workers put finishing touches on the four-lane access road in front of the unfinished passenger terminal building of the Laguindingan International Airport in barangay Moog, Laguindingan town in Misamis Oriental on May 19. Scheduled to be operational in 2012, the airport will be the fourth international airport in Mindanao. Costing P7.8 billion, the airport is 46 kilometers away from the Lumbia airport in Cagayan de Oro. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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96 viewsA fisherman manuevers his boat in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. At the horizon, one of the 23 container ships lay anchor.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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96 viewsA small fishing boat is dwarfed by huge ocean-going container ships that lay anchor in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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98 viewsHuge container ships lay anchor in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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96 viewsA small fishing boat is dwarfed by huge ocean-going container ships that lay anchor in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
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95 viewsHuge container ships lay anchor in Malalag Bay, Davao del SUr. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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110 viewsA boy looks at the container ships docked in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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98 viewsHuge ocean-going container ships lay anchor in Malalag Bay, Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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109 viewsA fisherman in his small boat is dwarfed by a huge container ship that lay anchor in Malalag Bay in Davao del Sur. More than 23 ships, mostly container ships, are docked in Malalag Bay since December 2008 after their owners decided to lay them up amid the global recession.
MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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199 viewsCAS Realty Building, along Quezon Blvd., Kidapawan City.
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101 viewsrelatives and friends helped carry the wounded L-R: bienter molo, 26, dave macaya,52 ( wearing black sweatahirt) and marlaw molo 28, to a pick-up truck, shortly after a fragmentation grenade exploded after being lobbed in a barbeque stall by a still unidentified suspect killing a baranggay chairman and wounding eight others. the incident happened last monday night APR 14, 2000, in kabacan, cotabato province,
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