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53 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 DEJETONov 01, 2019
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53 viewsA house is completely destroyed in Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato by the magnitude 6.5 quake that struck Thursday morning (31 October 2019). Its epicenter was somewhere in Makilala. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETONov 01, 2019
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52 viewsAlicia Lambac, 60, of Barangay Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato, lost her home to the magnitude 6.5 quake that hit the province Thursday (31 October 2019). Its epicenter was somewhere in Makilala. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETONov 01, 2019
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56 viewsTemporary shelters are put up by evacuees in Brgy. Malasila in Makilala, North Cotabato on Friday (1 November 2019), a day after the magnitude 6.5 quake that hit the province, its epicenter somewhere in Makilala. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETONov 01, 2019
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50 viewsLandslides in the mountains of Barangay Buhay in Makilala, North Cotabato caused by the earthquake on Thursday (31 October 2019) as seen from the national highway. Makilala was the epicenter of magnitude 6.5 quake. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETONov 01, 2019
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49 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 DEJETONov 01, 2019
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48 viewsResidents of Makilala, North Cotabato fetch free water from a source opened by the Metro Kidapawan Water District on Friday (1 November 2019) after regular water supply was disrupted following the the magnitude 6.5 quake that hit North Cotabato the day before. MindaNews photo by MANMAN DEJETONov 01, 2019
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49 viewsUnruly earthquake victims mob Good Samaritans distributing relief assistance in front of the Malasila Elementary School in Makilala, North Cotabato on Friday (1 November 2019). MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTONov 01, 2019
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47 viewsResidents from the interior village of Luayon in Makilala, North Cotabato arrive at the Malasila Elementary School along the national highway Friday morning (1 November 2019) ferried by a government truck to seek safer grounds. They live only a few kilometers from the epicenter of the magnitude 6.5 earthquake just the day before. MindaNews photo by GEONARRI SOLMERANONov 01, 2019
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45 viewsResidents from the interior village of Luayon in Makilala, North Cotabato arrive at the Malasila Elementary School along the national highway Friday morning (1 November 2019) ferried by a government truck to seek safer grounds. They live only a few kilometers from the epicenter of the magnitude 6.5 earthquake just the day before. MindaNews photo by GEONARRI SOLMERANONov 01, 2019
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46 viewsSen. Bong Go being interviewed by reporters outside the Ecoland 4000 Residences on Thursday (31 October 2019), hours after the first two floors of its Himeji Building collapsed following the magnitude 6.5 earthquake. MindaNews photo by ANTONIO L. COLINA IVNov 01, 2019
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48 viewsScared residents of Makilala in North Cotabato left their homes Thursday evening as aftershocks continue to rock the area following the magnitude 6.5 earthquake in the morning. A few hundred evacuees have encamped in an open space near the municipal hall despite the lack of food, water and shelter. PHIVOLCS pegged the epicenter (06.92°N, 125.06°E) at a remote area in Makilala, about 5 kms southwest of the poblacion area. MindaNews photo by FERDINANDH CABRERANov 01, 2019
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