Cotabato

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Cotabato

(kōtäbä`tō), city (1990 pop. 127,065), Maguindanao prov., W Mindanao, the Philippines, near the mouth of the Mindanao River on Moro Gulf. It has long been a Muslim center. Its port serves a vast, fertile farm area which, as the object of a government colonization program, has had a great population increase since World War II. Cotabato prov. is a focus of coffee cultivation and has important pineapple and peanut crops. Rubber is also produced, and lumbering is a major industry. The provincial capital is Pagalungan.
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Menard Cui, whom the rebels seized on December 28, 2017, in nearby President Roxas, North Cotabato.
Suspected communist rebels set off a roadside bomb in President Roxas, North Cotabato, injuring a soldier driving an Army truck, the police said Sunday.
NORTH COTABATO, PhilippinesEight villagers were badly hurt in a grenade blast Wednesday night in Banisilan, North Cotabato.
OIC-Regional Director Basir Ibrahim said the amphex, which are intended for Cotabato II District Engineering Office were immediately deployed to Rio Grande de Mindanao and started operations on Thursday (August 31) at Olandang Bridge in Midsayap, North Cotabato.
The sample insects collected from Maguindanao, North Cotabato and Lanao Del Norte, Philippines were classified into male and female sexes and the left right mandibles per individual were dissected and mounted in a glass slide.
outside his parish in Arakan town in North Cotabato province.
The blast took place Thursday morning on the Kabacan-Matalam national highway in the town of Matalam in North Cotabato, on the island of Mindanao.
Mindanao: More Muslim residents were affected by government and rebel clashes in the south, said the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) whose 1,500 renegade members were recently driven out of 15 villages that they took over in North Cotabato.
A total of 545 farmers from seven municipalities in North Cotabato received their respective certificates of land ownership award (CLOAs) over the weekend.
NORTH COTABATO, Philippines A 10-wheeler truck rammed three motorcycles in Makilala, North Cotabato yesterday morning, leaving four people dead.
Efren Pinol, Tanigue's former coach with the North Cotabato Braves, which played in the Manila Basketball League in 2004, said Tanigue had died after eight years of battling leukemia.
Some 37 farmers in Makilala, North Cotabato received draft animals with a combined cost of Php745,000 from the Department of Agrarian Reform in an effort to increase the beneficiaries production and income.

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