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The contestants show off their vocal prowess during the ninth edition of China-Vietnam Friendship Singing Contest in Hanoi, Vietnam. The competition, which concluded last Saturday night, helped step up cultural exchanges between the two countries and foster music talents......»»

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US lets go of PH church bells

The Philippines should be seen as an ally and a friend, not as a past enemy. U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis made the remark Wednesday at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in a ceremony to start the repatriation of two Philippine church bells displayed as a war memorial at the military facility in Cheyenne, […].....»»

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Koko: Return of bells to heal PH-US ties

Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said Wednesday the imminent return of the Balangiga Bells will continue the process of “historical and diplomatic healing between the Philippines and the United States.” “The bells’ return is a timely and significant gesture that can only lead to the further mending and strengthening of relations between two traditional allies. […].....»»

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ULAP endorses Bong Go as senator

Former Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence ‘Bong Go’ was endorsed by the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP) in the upcoming senatorial race. ULAP issued a resolution last 8 November signed by its Secretary General, Davao City Councilor Danny Dayanghirang and ULAP National President and Albay Governor Al Francis Bichara. […].....»»

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LTO seeks accreditation for vehicle modifiers

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) plans to establish an accreditation process for modification service centers/providers (MSC) to ensure the safety of motorists and the riding public. LTO Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante announced the agency’s plan to come up with a memorandum circular on the accreditation process during Thursday’s meetings with overland vehicle owners, motor vehicle […].....»»

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DoTr sees low impact of truckers’ ‘Day of Rest’

The Department of Transportation (DoTr) has assured the public that the planned “truck holiday” by small and independent truckers to protest the phase-out of old trucks will have a minimal impact on port operations. The groups of small truckers plan to hold a nearly week-long “Day of Rest” on 19-24 November 2018 in protest to […].....»»

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Drug lowers risk of stroke from abnormal heartbeat

A drug known as NOAC lowers the risk of stroke from persons with abnormal heartbeat, according to a global study on its effectiveness NOAC or non -vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants reduces stroke risks by 1.7 percent compared to vitamin K antagonists (VKA), according to the findings of a study on the drug dubbed XANAP […].....»»

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Bong Go joins Gilas

Ex-Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go is now officially part of the Gilas Pilipinas national basketball team.  .....»»

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DoTr: Road safety is a shared responsibility

In observance of the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, the Department of Transportation (DoTr) assured the public that it continues to implement initiatives that will help reduce accidents on the road and intensify awareness on road safety. “As we commemorate the lives of the road crash victims, let us also remember that […].....»»

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FRONT PAGE — Thursday, 15 November 2018

FRONT PAGE — Thursday, 15 November 2018.....»»

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Filipina bags ASEAN Prize

SINGAPORE — For her exemplary contribution to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) thrust of having an inclusive community, Filipina Erlinda Uy Koe was conferred the inaugural ASEAN Prize for her family-centric autism advocacy in the Philippines. Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and ASEAN Secretary-General Dato Lim Jock Hoi presented Koe with the […].....»»

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The whole 9 yards

The Department of Justice (DoJ) should not let up on the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) controversy and it should work on exhausting all evidence regarding the misuse of the legislative pork barrel no matter who gets hit. The narration of alleged scam mastermind businesswoman Janet Lim Napoles, which at times is inconsistent apparently in […].....»»

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Bells of pride

Two wounds will heal with the return of two of three bells from Balangiga. For the Philippines, the bells continue to toll the country’s resistance to foreign rule even long after the three great wars we have won and lost. No other country had attempted to conquer our islands since World War II, the last […].....»»

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Trade group promotes entrepreneurship

The Association of Filipino Franchisers, Inc. (AFFI), the prime trade organization is promoting responsible and home-grown micro, small and medium enterprises through franchising, is launching an activity focused on the youth called EntrepOlympics. The EntrepOlympics 2018-2019 Food Edition is a competition with the goal of sparking an entrepreneurial mindset among them.  It is open to […].....»»

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Iran faces AFC sanction

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Iran has been told it could face suspension from the Asian Cup in January over a law interfering in the national soccer federation’s independence. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) says it is “closely monitoring the current issues” with its top-ranked team, and will not tolerate “third-party interference in their member associations.” […].....»»

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No Green but mean

WARRIORS DOWN HAWKS OAKLAND, California — Kevin Durant scored 29 points with a key jumper in the final minute, a day after a shouting episode on the bench with Draymond Green led to his teammate’s suspension Tuesday, and the undermanned Golden State Warriors held off the Atlanta Hawks 110-103 in the National Basketball Association (NBA). […].....»»

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Leafs leap past Kings

LOS ANGELES — The Toronto Maple Leafs have one of the fastest teams in hockey. The Los Angeles Kings do not. And when the Leafs hit the Staples Center’s National Hockey League ice in full flight, the Kings were caught a bit flat-footed. We drew penalties with our speed. That’s something we haven’t done (much) […].....»»

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College ball paychecks soon?

College basketball analyst Jay Bilas believes players will eventually be paid and tells PodcastOne Sports Now that he’s not sure top players will forgo a year on the big stage in college to play in the National Basketball Association’s developmental league. There’s also some food talk and six-year-old Aubree Dahlberg makes a guest appearance to […].....»»

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Fiscal regime on mining hurdles third reading

The House of Representatives has approved the bill establishing reforms in revenue collection on the mining industry on its third and final reading. With a vote of 158-7, House Bill 8400, otherwise known as an Act Establishing the Fiscal Regime for the Mining Industry, passed the Lower Chamber. The bill seeks to rationalize and institute […].....»»

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CPP-NPA members fall

One high-ranking officer and a member of Communist Party of the Philippines and New People’s Army died in two separate encounters in Lanao del Sur and Iloilo. According to reports, the encounter happened last Sunday along the boundary of Bukidnon and Lanao del Sur provinces after the military troops were fired by more or less […].....»»

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