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98 viewsConcerned miners stop their operation and join the on-going retrieval efforts on January 7, 2011 at a landslide that hit Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan, Compostela Valley morning of January 5, killing at least 30 people.Jan 07, 2012
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94 viewsBernabe Tolentino weeps after taking a break at the retrieval operations on January 7,2011. Four of his children perished at the landslide in Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan, Compostela Valley that happened early morning of January 5 and one of them remains missing. Jan 07, 2012
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103 viewsA hand appears after hours of digging and flushing of water at the retrieval operations on January 7,2011 in Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan, Compostela Valley where a landslide occurred three days ago killing at least 30 people.Jan 07, 2012
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94 viewsA hand appears after hours of digging at a retrieval operation in Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan, Compostela Valley on January 7, 2011. The mining community was hit by a landslide three days ago killing at least 30 people.Jan 07, 2012
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93 viewsConcerned miners help in retrieval operations on January 7, 2011 by flushing barrels of water to remove dirt at a landslide that hit Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan in Compostela Valley morning of January 5 killing at least 30 people.Jan 07, 2012
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96 viewsAERIAL VIEW. An aerial view of the landslide site at Sitio Diat 1, Barangay Napnapan, Compostela Valley. MindaNews Photo by Toto LozanoJan 06, 2012
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100 viewsFOUR DAUGHTERS. Caskets of the three Tolentino sisters who were killed during the landslide on January 5. Their father, miner Bernard Tolentino, was still searching for the body of his fourth daughter, at the landslide site. MindaNews Photo by Toto LozanoJan 06, 2012
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93 viewsBRIEFING. Local Governments Secretary Jesse Robredo listens to the briefing by Col. Roberto Domines, commander of the Army's 1001st Brigade, in Pantukan town hall on January 7. Robredo ordered a closure of tunnels in high-risk areas and the demolition of houses in "no-habitation" zones. MindaNews photo by Toto LozanoJan 06, 2012
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95 viewsAERIAL VIEW. An aerial view of the gold rush site in Barangay Napnapan, Compostela Valley. MindaNews on January 6, a day after the landslide that killed at least 27 persons. MindaNews photo by Toto LozanoJan 06, 2012
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91 viewsRETRIEVED. Rescue volunteers carry the body of a landslide victim retrieved Friday afternoon, January 6. Twenty seven people were confirmed dead including four daughters of a miner and at least five have remained missing in a landslide that hit a gold rush site in Barangay Napnapan, Compostela Valley Province on Thursday dawn, January 5. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday MoreJan 06, 2012
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92 viewsTWENTY-SEVEN. Six more bodies are retrieved January 6 bringing to twenty seven the number of those who died in the landslide a day earlier in a small-scale gold mining site in Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan town, Compostela Valley. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday MoreJan 06, 2012
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90 viewsHOPE. Rescue volunteers manually dig through mud in the hope of finding more bodies on Friday, January 6, a day after the landslide in Barangay Napnapan, Pantukan town, Compostela Valley Province. Twenty seven persons have been confirmed dead, including four young daughters of a miner. Five persons are still missing. MindaNews photo by Ruby Thursday MoreJan 06, 2012
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