Philippine Daily Inquirer BAGUIO CITY—Abra officials on Wednesday turned over their firearms, including imported high-caliber rifles, to the Philippine National Police for safekeeping and as part of a campaign to stop political killings in the province.
Mayor Ryan Luna of Bangued appeals to Abrenians to end violence. All 41 seconds of video of what appeared to be an unscripted and often stammering speech.
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By Maria Teresa B. Benas Tuesday 19th of June 2012 BANGUED, Abra, June 19 (PIA) — The Abra Social Integration Committee (ASIC) is adopting measures in efforts to strengthen the implementation of the “Kabsatko Ipategko”(I am my brother’s/sister’s keeper) or KIP program in the province concerning rebel returnees.
By Frances Mangosing INQUIRER.net 11:02 am | Thursday, July 12th, 2012 MANILA, Philippines—A 4.1-magnitude earthquake shook Abra Thursday morning, state volcanologists said.
By Maria Teresa B. Benas Sunday 8th of July 2012 BANGUED, Abra, July 8 (PIA) — Local government units (LGUs) in the province have been alerted by the increase in the number of dengue cases in the first semester of this year.
By Non Alquitran The Philippine Star MANILA, Philippines – Police filed murder charges last Friday against a provincial board member of Abra and three others for the killing of a Filipino-Swiss in the capital town of Bangued town last Nov. 23.