Author Archives: DIVINA M. SUSON

12 months ago

ARMY TANK

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ARMY TANK

A government-owned trailer truck carries an army tank as it was unloaded at the Iligan City port. Several tanks arrived Thursday evening, Aug. 3 on board the Philippine Navy’s BRP Davao Del Sur to support the ongoing military operations against the Daesh-inspired extremists in Marawi City. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)

12 months ago

RELOCATION SITE

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RELOCATION SITE

This is a portion of the 11-hectare relocation site in Barangay Sagongsongan, Marawi City for the families who were displaced when Daesh-inspired group attacked the city on May 23, 2017. The area will be divided into five to house 1,000 houses each partition. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)

12 months ago

MOURNING

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MOURNING

The local government of Ozamis City puts the Philippine Flag in half mast during their flag raising program, Monday morning, a day after City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog was killed in a shoot out during the service of search warrants at his house (More…) (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)

12 months ago

MEDICAL PERSONNEL

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MEDICAL PERSONNEL

Army Capt. Jo-ann Petinglay, talks to doctors and nurses of Amai Pakpak Medical Center in Marawi City on Tuesday, Aug 1. The hospital workers are divided into five groups and will go on duty for three-day shifting to attend to patients, mostly evacuees, who are confined in the hospital as the ongoing military operations against the Daesh-inspired Maute group enters in its third month Tuesday, Aug. 1. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)

12 months ago

BUSTED

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BUSTED

Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog hugs her daughter at the police station in Ozamiz City where she and her brother were temporarily detained after their arrest during the service of search warrant, early dawn of July 30. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)

12 months ago

PACMAN IN MARAWI

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PACMAN IN MARAWI

Boxing champ and Filipino Sen. Manny Pacquiao, who is a Lieutenant Colonel of the Army’s reserved command, visits troops at the Camp Ranao in Marawi City, Saturday morning, July 29 as the government operations against the ISIS-linked Maute group. Pacquiao is the first senator who visited Marawi City since the siege started last May 23. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)