PUNO


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PUNOPresbyterian United Nations Office
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Puno said the president wants the arms issue to be resolved within six months.
If there was payment, it was not given by government officials," said Puno, adding that several private groups have extended assistance in the release of Lacaba.
Earlier, Puno said that First Gen was keen on investing in the Mindanao hydropower facilities.
Puno said about 2,000 troops and local security forces had re-established a cordon around the kidnappers and the hostages in the interior jungles of Jolo once the deadline expired.
Also in the department of Puno, the residents of Ilave elected a new mayor on Oct.
In the early 1800s, sixty-eight gold mines were registered with the government in the Department of Puno, employing some two thousand miners.
Y la imagen de la senal tradicional de que todo anda bien, el puno cerrado con el pulgar levantado, ha aparecido en todo Santiago.
As isolated as they are, thousands of people visit these floating islands, staying in the town of Puno and chugging across the water in overloaded boats for about pounds 2 a ride.
Also among the candidates of Estrada's group are former Press Secretary Ricardo Puno, former Executive Secretary Edgardo Angara, and former Philippine National Police Chief Panfilo Lacson.
There are really very few other options that can be taken by the government,' presidential Press Secretary Ricardo Puno said.
Each winter in the rural Puno region of Peru, hundreds of people become gravely ill while living in poorly insulated mud huts.
De Lima's study concluded that complaints must be filed against Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim and Interior Undersecretary Rico Puno for their alleged culpability in the tragic hostage crisis.