Security tightened as closure draws near
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Some 200 personnel from the Philippine Army (12th Infantry Battalion) and Philippine Navy are helping the police ensure peace and order in Boracay Island which will be closed to tourists starting April 26. However, Brigadier General Pio Diñoso, commander of the Army’s 301st Infantry Brigade based in Dingle, Iloilo, played down their presence in the world-famous island resort.
Sornito, I. (2018, April 23). Security tightened as closure draws near. Panay News, pp. 2, 14.
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