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5 viewsEvacuees who left their homes after the magnitude 6.5 earthquake join the queue for water from a tanker that brought in supply at the Malasila Elementary School in Makilala, North Cotabato Tuesday (5 November 2019). MindaNews photo by GEONARRI SOLMERANO
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14 viewsYolanda Emping, 56, and the families of her three children, totaling 15 members, are cramped together in this 5x6-meter tent along the barangay road in Paraiso, Tulunan. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ
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17 viewsLike thousands of other hard-earned houses, the house of Constancio Urbeta, 59, in Barangay Paraiso in Tulunan, crashed to the ground during the second earthquake on Oct. 29 at Magnitude 6.6. His family temporarily lives in one of the tents seen in the background. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ
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12 viewsA personnel of the Tulunan MDRRMC monitors the situation of the tent sitios emerging in the affected barangays in the town. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ
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13 viewsEarthquake victims in Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato put up signs asking for aid and medicines along the highway on Friday (1 November 2019), a day after the magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the province, with Makilala as epicenter. MindaNews photo by GG BUENO
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14 viewsResidents on Friday (1 Novemer 2019) retrieve the body of 57-year-old Tessie Alcayde, who died from a landslide in Barangay Luayon, Makilala, North Cotabato. The village is only a few kilometers from the epicenter of the magnitude 6.5 earthquake that struck the day before. The town folks had the difficulty extracting the cadaver for funeral services due to dangerous roads prone to landslides. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERA
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12 viewsMOTORCYCLE-RIDING MAYOR. Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte (left) visits the earthquake-ravaged town of Tulunan in North Cotabato aboard her motorcycle Friday morning (1 November 2019). The mayor handed over a donation of P300,000 from the City Government of Davao to the Municipality of Tulunan as assistance to the quake victims. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ
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10 viewsMembers of the Water Refilling Association of Pikit, North Cotabato deliver water to evacuees at Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato on Friday (1 November 2019). Service of the Metro Kidapawan Water District (MKWD) was disrupted after the October 31 magnitude 6.5 quake struck the province, with Makilala as epicenter. MindaNews photo by GG BUENO
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11 viewsGlenn Calim, with his motorcycle and makeshift sidecar, volunteers to fetch water for his neighbors in Purok Molave, Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato on Friday (1 November 2019). Service of the Metro Kidapawan Water District (MKWD) was disrupted after the October 31 magnitude 6.5 quake struck the province, with Makilala as epicenter. MindaNews photo by GG BUENO
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10 viewsThe Makilala Public Cemetery is unsually quiet Friday (1 November 2019) during the kalagkalag season, the habit of visiting dead relatives in the cemetery during November 1 and November 2 (All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day) as residents in the area are still reeling from the series of powerful earthquakes that have been occuring since October 16. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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9 viewsResidents of hinterland barangays in Makilala, North Cotabato evacuate to Malasila Elementary School on Friday (1 November 2019) a day after the magnitude 6.5 earthquake. Continuous aftershocks and landslides forced residents to abandon their damaged homes and seek safety in the poblacion area, pitching tents in school grounds. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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13 viewsResidents of Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato put up a sign asking for help from passing motorists on Friday (1 November 2019), a day after a magnitude 6.5 earthquake destroyed their homes. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETO
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