RIDO

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RIDORotherham Industrial Development Office (UK)
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FEUD SETTLEMENT -- Mando Tabungalan (left) and Datu Tamano Mamalapat shake hands after their "rido" (family feud) settlement by the Army's 1st Mechanized Infantry Battalion in Maguindanao on Friday, June 7, 2019.
NGOs operating in the region are the Mysore Resettlement and Development Agency (Myrada) and the Rural Integrated Development Organization (Rido).
Sandy Rido, merchandiser with Nebraska Furniture Mart, added that this new wave of better-educated consumers is also more demanding than its predecessors: "They expect more than what they received last time they made a purchase.
Rotia said police were looking into three angles: misunderstanding over the water supply for the rice fields, rido (family feud), and suspicion that the victims were military informants.
Pandulo said 'rido' or family feud could have triggered the ambush but SITG-Buday is also looking at other possible motives.
'Rido' in North Cotabato town displaces 400 families !-- -- John Unson (The Philippine Star) - May 2, 2019 - 1:29pm MANILA, Philippines A series of firefights between clans in Midsayap town since Monday has left two dead and four others wounded.
There's no more control, vendetta then it could be rido.)
In an environment where clan-based politics, rido (vendetta killing) and other sources of violence are a norm, having guns provide a sense of relative security.
By Saturday, last week, youths in the neighbouring villages of Kasuwar Magani, precisely Kujama and Rido, barricaded the roads.
During the meeting, it said the Police Regional Office-ARMM presented the latest crime statistics in the region and cited the cases usually triggered by 'rido [family feud], kidnapping cases, insurgency and other related incidents.'