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Jul26

Tilapia brings displaced Moros back to war-torn villages

A farmer disperses tilapia fingerlings, donated by the Maguindanao provincial government, in a fish cage in Barangay Busligan in Datu Salibo town, scene of bloody encounters between soldiers and Moro rebels from between 2000 to 2008.MAGUINDANAO, Philippines – The fragile peace and the potentials of modern backyard tilapia culture are enticing Moro peasant families to return to a conflict-stricken district in Datu Salibo town which they abandoned due to deadly conflicts in years past.

Life is now returning to normal in Barangay Busligan in Datu Salibo, whose residents were driven away from their enclaves by the deadly encounters between the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the military between 2000 and 2008.

For local folks, backyard tilapia culture, which is now a lucrative industry in some areas in Maguindanao, was the 'magnet' that hastened the return of evacuees.

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Jul12

Alma Moreno vows help for Maguindanao biz goals

Parañaque Councilor Alma Moreno, national chairperson of the league of councilors, and Maguindanao Gov. Esmael Mangudadatu pose for press photographers during a break in their meeting in Buluan town on Friday. MAGUINDANAO, Philippines  - Actress Alma Moreno of the national councilors’ league said she will help in the promotion of Maguindanao as investment site.

Moreno on Friday paid Maguindanao Gov. Esmael Mangudadatu a visit in Buluan town to thank him for supporting her candidacy for the league's top post during its March 2014 election.

Moreno, a councilor in Parañaque, is the league’s incumbent national chairperson.

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Jul05

Flooding disrupts Ramadan in parts of Maguindanao

MAGUINDANAO - It is the recurring flashfloods, not armed conflicts as what authorities had prepared for, that have been disrupting the on-going observance of Ramadan by residents in the province and surrounding towns in low-lying areas in North Cotabato.

Hundreds of commuters were again stranded on Wednesday at the Bulalo-Pinaring stretch of the Cotabato-Davao Highway in Maguindanao’s Sultan Kudarat town after rivers straddling through the area overflowed and inundated the thoroughfare following three days of heavy rains in surrounding hinterlands.

Workers of the Humanitarian Emergency Action and Relief Team (HEART) of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, the local government unit of Sultan Kudarat, the police, and the military were busy helping commuters and motorists cross through the flooded portions of the highway until dawn Thursday.

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