TABUK, Kalinga—Nine families have joined the Peacemakers’ Movement which seeks to break the vicious cycle of revenge and counterrevenge that cost the lives of many people of Kalinga due to tribal wars caused by family feuds.

Estanislao Albano, one of the movement leaders, said their families have opted not to participate in such wars, but instead agreed to unite to advocate nonviolence in Kalinga, which is notorious for vendettas that have highlighted family quarrels for generations.

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