All this was attentively observed by the listeners, who exchanged looks of approbation; and the expressions of “ tonguey mati
,” and “I guess Squire Lippet knows if anybody does,” were heard in different parts of the room, as vouchers for the admiration of his auditors.
In a statement from the Mati
City information Office (CIO), Purok Gemelina in Barangay Don Salvador Lopez recorded 24 measles cases which infected individuals wherein two kids did not survive.
The operation led to the rescue of wildlife species worth around P50 million in Mati
City last April.
City Police Station (MCPS) chief Police Major Bembo Lopez Aying identified the fishermen as boat captain Paulus Baeruma, 50 years old; Batinus Paniat, 54 years old old, a crew; and Pente Laberu, 45 years old, a crew.
They drifted for four days and were swept into the coastline of Mati
In addition, Mati
's punctal plug delivery platform demonstrated a 98% retention rate in 48 subjects over 215 patients visits.
Adolfo Eyan, Mati
City police chief, said the joint operations led by the National Bureau of Investigation-Environmental Crime Division, local and provincial police, the Army's 28th Infantry Battalion and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) also resulted in the arrest of Jomar Toledo, 34, and Rompas Lumakore, 25, both of Calumpang, General Santos City.
class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--smThe loss of so many of our fellow human beings at Mati
has overcome my desire to continue," said Toskas, a former tank general who had held the job since 2015.
Rescue crews are still looking for survivors of the blaze which began last Monday in Mati
, 30 km (17 miles) east of Athens and killed at least 88 people and injured dozens more.
Expat Susan Stephos ran through the flames and got to safety as the inferno engulfed her house in Mati
, a resort 18 miles east of Athens.
But until Monday, the wind blew almost every fire inland towards the mountains, shielding Mati
from all but minor damage.
doesn't even exist as a settlement anymore," a woman told Greece's Skai TV.