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Iloilo jail hurdles surprise inspection, random drug test

NOT A sachet of illegal drugs or any contraband was found during the greyhound operations conducted on Iloilo District Jail facilities April 4, 2019. Members of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency 6 (PDEA-6) Interdiction Team and K9 Unit, Pototan Police Station and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP)-6 conducted the surprise search and seizure […] The post Iloilo jail hurdles surprise inspection, random drug test appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 5th, 2019

PNP ‘di kombinsido sa drug test ng celebrities

HINDI kombinsido ang PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG) sa sariling drug test ng ilang talent agency sa kanilang mga artista. Ito ay makaraan isapubliko ng ilang talent agency na negatibo sa ilegal na droga ang mga showbiz personality na hawak nila. Ayon.....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsSep 16th, 2016

WATCH | Inter-agency traffic management team formed to trackle traffic chaos

WATCH | Inter-agency traffic management team formed to trackle traffic chaos.....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsAug 18th, 2016

SONA 2016: Duterte eyes 'inter-agency committee' vs illegal drugs

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday, July 25, announced the creation of an “inter-agency committee on illegal drugs” that he said would “integrate efforts” and improve the partnerships of stakeholders in his administration.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 26th, 2016

‘TF DIGONG’, mosusi sa mga nalambigit nga opisyal sa gobyerno sa illegal drugs

MANILA, July 21 (PIA)–Usa ka Task Force ang gimugna sa Department of Inte¬rior and Local Government (DILG) aron mopahigayon og lalom nga imbestigasyon sa mga opisyales sa gobyerno nga nalambigit sa ilegal nga droga. Ang inter-agency task force nga .....»»

Category: newsSource:  boholnewsdailyRelated NewsJul 21st, 2016

DILG creates ‘Task Force Digong’ vs illegal drugs

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) has created an inter-agency task force called DILG Inter-Government Operatio.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 20th, 2016

31 dead in 2 sea mishaps at Iloilo Strait

Thirty-one persons were killed in two sea mishaps involving three passenger ships on the Iloilo Strait, the body of water that separates Guimaras from Iloilo City and neighboring coastal towns, last Aug.  3. The inter-agency incident command center yesterday reported all were accounted for when the body of the last missing person was retrieved Tuesday […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsAug 7th, 2019

Marina, PCG probe Iloilo-Guimaras tragedy

An inter-agency body has been created to investigate the boat sinking incidents that occurred in the waters between Iloilo and Guimaras on Saturday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 7th, 2019

Bills running back McCoy using his doubters as motivation

By John Wawrow, Associated Press PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Question LeSean McCoy all you want for having lost a step now that he's on the wrong side of 30 and coming off his least productive season. The Buffalo Bills running back says he won't hold it against anyone when proving them wrong. Insisting he's still "The Guy," McCoy ended an offseasonlong silence following the Bills' final training camp session Tuesday by saying he's heard all the doubts, and using them as motivation. "It's kind of weird. Since I've been like 9 years old, I've been the top guy so it's even weird to hear stuff like that. But I mean, it comes along with it," McCoy said. "I guess that's just how it is. I'm fine with that. I know who I am. I know how I play. And my teammates know that. So I mean, we'll see on Sundays," he added. "And the one thing I won't do, I won't even bring it up. So if somebody here says something about me, I won't bring it up to you. It'll be like I never heard it." McCoy, who has previously acknowledged not being thrilled to celebrate turning 31 last month, has plenty to prove entering his 11th season and fifth in Buffalo. After topping 1,100 yards rushing in 2016 and '17, McCoy's numbers plummeted last year. The NFL's 2013 rushing leader finished with 514 yards rushing and 752 yards from scrimmage — both career lows. Speculation of McCoy's status was further fueled this offseason, when the Bills restocked their backfield by signing Frank Gore and TJ Yeldon in free agency. And then Buffalo used a third-round draft pick to select Devin Singletary, whose shifty style drew comparisons to McCoy at Florida Atlantic. "It's no different. Just guys in the backfield to help me out," McCoy said of the added competition. "I'm the guy. I feel like that. That's what I've been told. And that's my every day approach." He then dismissed a question over the possibility of being traded before the season begins. "I've seen that. But for the last two years, people have been saying that," said McCoy, who is entering the final year of his contract. "If that was the case, I would've been gone." The Bills have publicly backed McCoy. General manager Brandon Beane opened training camp two weeks ago by reiterating comments he made after drafting Singletary. Asked about "the outside noise" of trade speculation, Beane said, "There's not any inside noise," and chalked it up to the media having nothing to report on while the team was off. "When Sean and Brian Daboll roll the ball out, LeSean's going to be the first running back to touch the ball," Beane added, referring to coach Sean McDermott and Buffalo's offensive coordinator. McDermott on Tuesday said he's liked how McCoy has handled the added competition. "I think he's off to a good start. His attitude's been great," McDermott said. "And I look forward to watching him continue to get himself ready to go for the season." McCoy has worked exclusively with the starting offense through camp, and has reeled off several impressive runs. The next step comes Thursday, when the Bills open the preseason by hosting Indianapolis. McCoy spoke with a calm, confident voice, and said he's learned his lesson from last year when he brashly shared his objective to reach the 12,000-yard plateau to solidify his place among the NFL's greats. He couldn't even break the 11,000-yard mark, and enters this season ranked 25th overall and third among active players with 10,606 yards rushing. "When you kind of focus on the numbers, the yards, you kind of don't get it where you want it," he said. "I think the first goal is just to make every rep, make every play count, work hard and win games, and the other stuff and stats, they'll follow." He's also aware of how mercurial the media and fans are when it comes to production. "You have a bad two games and then you have three hot ones, and you're the man," McCoy said. "No matter what goes one, they'll look for the guy with name or the money. So it kind of motivates me." Not all of Buffalo's running struggles could be pegged on McCoy. The Bills were introducing a rookie quarterback in Josh Allen, which led to opposing defenses focusing on stopping McCoy. Buffalo also featured a patchwork line after center Eric Wood and guard Richie Incognito unexpectedly retired. The Bills have retooled their line by adding seven newcomers, including rookie second-round draft pick Cody Ford. And they've upgraded their group of receivers, too, by signing Cole Beasley and John Brown in free agency. McCoy is impressed by the additions, and said Beasley and Brown will not only help the passing attack, but also open space for the running game. The addition of Gore was welcomed by McCoy, because they're close friends and spend the offseason working out in Florida. "I'm excited, knowing it's a challenge and everybody's talking about the backs and the new additions, but I'm challenging myself," McCoy said. "I look to be the best player every snap. So I take the challenge for myself.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 7th, 2019

DoJ panel formed to look into sedition charges vs. Robredo et. al.

THE Department of Justice (DoJ) has formed a panel of prosecutors to look into a complaint against several prominent figures who are supposedly involved with a series of videos that linked President Rodrigo R. Duterte and his family to illegal drugs......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJul 19th, 2019

Rehabilitation body appeals for public understanding amid Boracay flooding

AKLAN, Philippines (UPDATED) – The Boracay Inter-Agency Rehabilitation Management Group (BIARMG) has appealed to residents and tourists  for understanding following flash floods in the world-famous island caused by heavy rains over the past days. BIARMG manager Natividad Bernardino attributed the flooding to the ongoing construction of the drainage system in the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 18th, 2019

PH won t provide drug war docs if UNHRC report just fishing expedition

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang won't let the Philippines' security agencies provide documents about the government's campaign against illegal drugs to the United Nations (UN) rights body if it "feels" suspicious about the group's intentions. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said this on Monday, July 15, when asked if the Palace would ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 15th, 2019

Moreno son, 7 others, awaiting order for jail transfer

The son of a local politician who was arrested for illegal drugs is now awaiting a commitment order from the court before transfer to a prison facility, an official from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-3 (PDEA-3) said Friday......»»

Category: newsSource:  davaotodayRelated NewsJul 6th, 2019

Probe Duterte’s drug war, UN rights experts pressed

A group of human rights advocates yesterday reiterated the call for the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate the Duterte administration’s campaign against illegal drugs......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

Inter-agency drug interdiction unit eyed in ports, air strips

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is pushing for the creation of an inter-agency drug interdiction task group against drug smuggling through the country’s private ports and airstrips......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 20th, 2019

Police arrests Carreta woman with P170,000 worth of illegal drugs

CEBU CITY, Philippines —  Anti-illegal drug operatives arrested a  woman, who claimed to be a former job order employee of the Cebu City Government, with P170,000 worth of illegal drugs in a buy-bust operation conducted on Friday night, June 14, 2019 in Barangay Carreta. Lieutenant Colonel Glenn Mayam, head of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Group (PDEG) […] The post Police arrests Carreta woman with P170,000 worth of illegal drugs appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 15th, 2019

China beats South Africa 1-0 to set up decider vs. Spain

By Jerome Pugmire, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — China is back on track at the Women's World Cup, tied for second in Group B after a 1-0 victory in South Africa, and focused on it goal of moving into the next round of the tournament. China, evened with Spain at three points each, lost its opener but stayed calm in Thursday night's second match as the squad tries to join group leader Germany in the last 16. "We had a bigger stress, we could not afford to lose. This invisible stress was there and the players were able to overcome this stress," China coach Jia Xiuquan said. "Their desire to win has impressed me most over the year. This gives me the courage to lead them. It is also a manifestation of their mentality." He thinks the pressure is somewhat off his players now and more on Spain, which is also trying to move on in the tournament. "Spain is a very strong team and they have a traditional style similar to the men's team," he said. "Spain is stronger than we are so we don't have a lot of stress. So I think (this) will give us a better performance. I hope the players can unleash their potential." Forward Li Ying put 1999 runner-up China ahead in the 40th minute with an opportunist effort. Meeting Zhang Rui's right-wing cross, she got ahead of her marker and poked the ball into the bottom right corner. China lost 1-0 to two-time champion Germany in its opening match. South Africa was beaten 3-1 by Spain and now has two losses. "We knew it was going to be a battle out there but we also had our chances. Very proud of the team," coach Desiree Ellis said. "Each player can pat themselves on the back after today's performance. We pride ourselves on teamwork and togetherness." Forward Thembi Kgatlana scored against Spain and was South Africa's most dangerous player against China, with a chance to equalize in the 76th. Pouncing on a loose ball inside the left of the penalty area, her shot hit defender Lin Yuping near her right shoulder. There were calls for a penalty but no video review was done. South Africa is the lowest-ranked team playing, but China worked hard for its win while keeping a close watch on Kgatlana. She made two strong runs in the first half, one down each flank, but her rushed passing let her down each time. Kgatlana caused problems after the break with her speed and well-timed runs, although she was isolated and not adequately supported. "Sometimes she's too quick for her own good. She's always a danger. But at times we couldn't get the ball up to her more," Ellis said. "We made poor decisions in the final third. We're not clinical enough in front of goal." China will need to improve its finishing against Spain, for the miss of the game came from forward Gu Yasha. She burst down the left and, after South Africa captain Janine Van Wyk slipped over, smacked the ball so wide it almost went out for a throw-in. South Africa goalkeeper Kaylin Swart made two smart, late saves, the second a fine finger-tip effort from substitute Yang Li's curling effort in the 90th. The 48,000-capacity stadium Parc des Princes stadium was less than half full with 20,011 the attendance given. It has hosted three matches and only France's opening game against South Korea was full. China's win also sent Group A leader France, which has six points, through to the last 16......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 14th, 2019

Police arrest house painter, minor with P1. 8 million worth of illegal drugs

CEBU CITY, Philippines — At least P1.8 million worth of illegal drugs was seized by authorities during a joint operation in Sitio Laguna, Barangay Basak Pardo a few minutes past 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11. The joint operation of the Police Drug Enforcement Group Visayas (PDEG Visayas) and Pardo Police Precinct-7 arrested Wilfredo Parides, […] The post Police arrest house painter, minor with P1. 8 million worth of illegal drugs appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2019

Iloilo City village offers P10k reward for ‘drug info’

By: Jennifer P. Rendon  A VILLAGE chief in Iloilo City is offering P10,000 cash reward to anyone persons who could finger a person selling or using illegal drugs. But the reward will only be released if the tip leads to the successful arrest of the suspected dealer or user. The bounty was announced through notices […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsJun 8th, 2019

Spaniards with little to cheer for in Champions League final

By Tales Azzoni, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — It will be an unusual Champions League final for Spain. Madrid will be hosting the final again after nearly a decade, but the country's streak of having at least one team playing for the European title ended this year after five straight seasons, giving home fans little to cheer for when Liverpool faces Tottenham at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Saturday. The all-English matchup will be the first Champions League final without a Spanish club since 2013, when Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Dortmund in a match between German teams. Since then, Real Madrid made it to the final four times, Atletico Madrid twice and Barcelona once. "We were used to seeing Real Madrid in the final all these years," said Francisco Javier Diaz de Castro, a 55-year-old Real Madrid supporter. "It's a weird feeling to think that this time we won't see it fighting for the Champions League trophy. When we finally get to watch the final in Madrid, the team struggles and can't make it. I guess that's how it goes in soccer." Real Madrid won four titles in its recent streak, beating Atletico in 2014 and 2016, Juventus in 2017 and Liverpool in 2018. Barcelona lifted the trophy in 2015, and it had also won it in 2006, 2009 and 2011. There was at least one Spanish club in seven of the last 10 Champions League finals. This time, tough, as the Spanish capital prepares to host its first final since Inter Milan defeated Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in 2010, Spanish clubs are already starting to plan their offseason. On Saturday, there are only two Spanish players with a chance of playing in the final — Tottenham forward Fernando Llorente and Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno. Here's a look at some of the reasons why there won't be any Spanish clubs in this year's final in Madrid: BARCELONA After dominating in the domestic competitions in recent years, Barcelona turned its focus on trying to win the Champions League again. It last won the competition in 2015, when it defeated Juventus in the final in Berlin. Barcelona cruised through a group that included finalist Tottenham, Inter Milan and PSV Eindhoven, winning four matches and drawing two to end six points ahead in first place. It also didn't face major difficulties as it got past Lyon in the round of 16 and Manchester United in the quarterfinals, being able to make it to the semifinals after three straight eliminations in the last eight. The team's dominance continued in the first leg of the semifinals against Liverpool, when it won 3-0 at the Camp Nou and looked set to finally return to the final. But the team collapsed in England, losing 4-0 to see its title hopes vanish. "We are still recovering from what happened in Liverpool. At least I am," Lionel Messi said last week. "Our performance was lamentable. It was a very tough loss for us." REAL MADRID The three-time defending champions never really got close to making it to the final. In a frustrating season that included two coaching changes, Real Madrid couldn't advance past the round of 16 in the European competition, being eliminated after a demoralizing 4-1 loss to Ajax at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. It had won its group against Roma, Viktoria Plzen and CSKA Moscow, but its campaign included consecutive losses to CSKA — 1-0 in Russia and 3-0 at the Bernabeu. The early Champions League elimination led to the return of coach Zinedine Zidane, who was at the helm when the club won its last three European titles. ATLETICO MADRID After four straight seasons reaching at least the quarterfinals, Atletico was coming off a disappointing group-stage elimination and was hopeful of playing in the final again at its own stadium. It qualified from a group that included Borussia Dortmund, Club Brugge and Monaco, but the draw for the round of 16 set up an encounter against Juventus and old foe Cristiano Ronaldo. Things went well in the first leg, with the Spanish team winning 2-0 at home, but Ronaldo thrived in the return match, scoring a hat trick in a 3-0 win that ended Atletico's hopes. VALENCIA Valencia was the only other Spanish club in the Champions League this season, and it couldn't get past a group that included Juventus, Manchester United and Young Boys. It finished third, ahead only of the Swiss club......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 30th, 2019