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Killing fields in Abra

Written by Marilou Guieb and Larry Fabian / Correspondents WITH hearts heavy with grief, members of the Ligiw family traveled the long road to Baguio from their home in Licuan-Baay in Abra to file a case of extrajudicial killing on March 26 with the Cordillera Human Rights Alliance (CHRA).

Police seize P1.7 million worth of narra lumber

By Dexter A. See La Trinidad, Benguet—The Abra police force seized last Saturday narra lumber worth P1.7 million and arrested four suspects in its continuing anti-illegal logging operations.

ABRECO employee gunned down

Tayum, Abra. Soni Tejero, an employee of ABRECO was gunned down in front of his house in Barangay Poblacion Tayum, Abra. Tejero belongs to a family of teachers: his grandma,mother, aunt and a sister. He studied electrical engineering that’ why his first work at ABRECO during the early 90’s was a lineman, then, a collector up … Continue reading

Acosta Coffee: Not your 3-in-1 typical coffee

I’m always has been a coffee lover. Nothing beats a good cup of coffee in the morning.

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