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2 viewsHigh school students take a break from answering their learning modules to practice BMX stunts at the capitol grounds in Malaybalay City on Tuesday afternoon (19 October 2021). MindaNews photo by H. MARCOS C. MORDENOOct 19, 2021
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2 viewsHigh school students take a break from answering their learning modules to practice BMX stunts at the capitol grounds in Malaybalay City on Tuesday afternoon (19 October 2021). MindaNews photo by H. MARCOS C. MORDENOOct 19, 2021
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3 viewsChristmas lantern stalls are popping up in different parts of the Davao-Bukidnon highway in Davao City amid uncertain times. The mood in parts of the city reflects the extent of celebration, with fewer lights outside homes and structures unlike pre-pandemic times. But this vendor, photographed Sunday evening (17 October 2021), is getting inquiries from passing motorists for his products priced from P1,500 to P5,000. MindaNews photo by YAS D. OCAMPOOct 18, 2021
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1 viewsThe 1,026 dynamite sticks found by Army soldiers in Sitio Malinao, Barangay Kalasungay, Malaybalay City on 8 October 2021. A former rebel led the soldiers to where the New People’s Army cache was hidden. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDOOct 13, 2021
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2 viewsMaster Sergeant Gilbert Melendez, of the PNP explosives unit in Malaybalay City, shows reporters on Tuesday (12 October 2021) the 1,026 dynamite sticks found by Army soldiers in the hinterlands of Malaybalay City. A former rebel led the soldiers on October 8 to the pit allegedly hidden by the new People’s Army. MindaNews photo by FROILAN GALLARDOOct 13, 2021
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8 viewsThe Bukidnon Provincial Medical Center is now operating at full capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MindaNews photo taken October 6, 2021 by H. MARCOS C. MORDENOOct 06, 2021
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3 viewsThe Bukidnon Provincial Medical Center in Malaybalay City has put up tents that will accommodate pregnant women who are about to give birth, as all beds in the hospital are now fully utilized due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MindaNews photo taken October 6, 2021 by H. MARCOS C. MORDENOOct 06, 2021
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7 viewsScreengrab from a multimedia presentation of Professor Julius Mingoc, a marine biologist, shows the extent of garbage floating in the heart of Sarangani Bay.Sep 29, 2021
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6 viewsScreengrab from a multimedia presentation of Professor Julius Mingoc, a marine biologist, shows the extent of garbage floating in the heart of Sarangani Bay.Sep 29, 2021
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7 viewsGarbage litter the shorelines in Barangay Poblacion, Malapatan, along Sarangani Bay. MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTOSep 29, 2021
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5 viewsProfessor Julius Mingoc, a faculty member of the College of Fisheries at the Mindanao State University – General Santos City, discusses the dangers posed by microplastics to the marine life of Sarangani Bay. MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTOSep 29, 2021
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3 viewsDead sea grasses are washed ashore at a beach resort in Glan, along Sarangani Bay. MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTOSep 29, 2021
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