Iligan


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Iligan

(ɪˈliːɡən)
n
(Placename) a city in the Philippines, a port on the N coast of Mindanao. Pop: 306 000 (2005 est)
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She was one of the speakers in a forum on the Marawi conflict, which was held last October in Ateneo de Manila University, and she talked about a permaculture garden that a group of internally displaced people (IDPs) living in an evacuation center in Iligan city.
ILIGAN CITY -- Members of the Regional Highway Patrol Unit 10 (RHPU 10), Iligan City Highway Patrol Team (ICHPT) were arrested by the personnel of the Counter Intelligence Task Force (CITF) with the elements of Iligan City Police Office (ICPO) around 6:15 in the evening, March 7.
Leony Roy Ga said members of the Iligan City Police Office's Counter Intelligence Task Force conducted the entrapment operation following complaints from motorists that Highway Patrol members had been extorting money from them.
Galvez said the command has already organized Joint Task Force Iligan (JTFI) in Iligan City.
A total of 275 malong were produced and displayed at Kahimunan Trade Fair in SM CDO Downtown Premier, Cagayan de Oro City and at LDS GO Negosyo Center in Camague, Iligan City.
I am in constant touch with President Habib Macaayong of Mindanao State University in Marawi City and Chancellor Sukarno Tanggol of MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (IIT) (in nearby Iligan City).
However, authorities fear Maute fighters were disguising themselves as displaced people to get access to Iligan where they could possibly launch attacks, (http://in.
Five other bodyguards and aides of Representative Vicente Belmonte of southern Iligan City were wounded in the ambush in Misamis Oriental province's Laguindingan township, local police chief Brian Inojaldo said.
com)-- On December 17, 2011 the devastating tropical storm Washi (Typhoon Sendong) slammed the Philippines with the city of Iligan in the province of Lanao del Norte receiving the brunt of the typhoon.
Floods washed away entire houses with families still inside as dozens of coastal villages in Cagayan de Oro and Iligan were devastated.
Heavy rain sparked landslides and caused rivers to burst, killing scores in Iligan City and Cagayan de Oro, disaster agency officials said.
The toll was based on a body count in funeral parlours, with 215 killed in Cagayan de Oro and 144 in Iligan, and the rest in other southern and central provinces.