Bodies of 2 women recovered from Agno River

24/06/2022 6:40:00 PM

Bodies of 2 women recovered from Agno River

Bodies of 2 women recovered from Agno River

Authorities on Friday recovered the bodies of two women from the Agno River in Pangasinan's San Carlos City, according to a report by GMA News’ Clair Lacanilao.

Published June 24, 2022 10:11pm Authorities on Friday recovered the bodies of two women from the Agno River in Pangasinan's San Carlos City, according to a report by GMA News’ Clair Lacanilao.area in Manila during the inauguration of President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.On Sunday, swimming’s world governing body International Swimming Federation (FINA) voted to restrict the participation of transgender athletes in elite women’s competitions and create a working group to establish an “open” category for them in some events as part of its new policy.By JOVILAND RITA, GMA News Published June 23, 2022 12:38pm National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) Director General-designate Ricardo de Leon on Thursday said he wants to "give focus" in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) amid the country's territorial dispute with China.

Authorities on Friday recovered the bodies of two women from the Agno River in Pangasinan's San Carlos City, according to a report by GMA News’ Clair Lacanilao.Victims Abegail Rachelle Peralta, 19, and Analyn Cosme, 18, were found floating in the portion of the river near Barangay Guelew.SECURITY EXERCISE.Peralta is a resident of Barangay Nagsaing in the town of Calasiao while Cosme lives in Barangay Libas in San Carlos City.“FIFA is currently reviewing its gender eligibility regulations in consultation with expert stakeholders,” said the spokesperson.Acting provincial police office PIO Police Major Ria Tacderan, said they are still waiting for the results of the post mortem examination of the victims’ bodies.on June 30."Hinihintay natin yung post mortem examination kasi mula naman doon sa ika-conduct nila na post mortem ay malalaman natin doon kung ang sanhi nga ba ng pagkamatay ay dahil sa pagkalunod or makikita doon kung patay na ba sila bago pa itinapon," said Tacderan.A retired police general, De Leon pointed out that the AFP Modernization Program should be sustained as equipment and facilities are needed to improve intelligence capabilities.

(We’re still waiting for the post mortem examination results because that is how we’ll find out if they drowned, or if they were already dead and their bodies were discarded in the river.The PCG will issue a notice for affected stakeholders near the presidential palace, as well as deploy floating assets in Manila Bay.Coe praised FINA for taking the decision, which has been criticized by trans rights advocates.) — Sundy Locus/DVM, GMA News Tags:.

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