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HOT OFF THE PRESS: The Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper Dec. 18-24, 2017

HOT OFF THE PRESS: The Mindanao Examiner Regional Newspaper Dec. 18-24, 2017.....»»

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MRT unloads 700 passengers in Boni on Saturday morning - GMA News

MRT unloads 700 passengers in Boni on Saturday morning - GMA News.....»»

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Church-decreed annulment to be legalized - Inquirer.net

Church-decreed annulment to be legalized - Inquirer.net.....»»

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LOOK: & apos;Urduja& apos; pummels Tacloban City - Inquirer.net

LOOK: 'Urduja' pummels Tacloban City - Inquirer.net.....»»

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Employers reminded on holiday pay rated - Manila Bulletin

Employers reminded on holiday pay rated - Manila Bulletin.....»»

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Chief Justice Sereno dances away impeach woes - Philippine Star

Chief Justice Sereno dances away impeach woes - Philippine Star.....»»

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Military to step up operations in Mindanao - Inquirer.net

Military to step up operations in Mindanao - Inquirer.net.....»»

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Duterte& apos;s help sought on tobacco provision in tax reform package - Manila Bulletin

Duterte's help sought on tobacco provision in tax reform package - Manila Bulletin.....»»

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Duterte granddaughter draws awe, flak for Palace photo shoot - Inquirer.net

Duterte granddaughter draws awe, flak for Palace photo shoot - Inquirer.net.....»»

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Killing in the name of Duterte’s Crackdown

By DLS PINEDA This administration has lost its capacity to surprise. One year and a half, hundreds of broken promises, and fourteen thousand drug-related deaths since Duterte took oath, the biggest surprise is that we’re no longer surprised with what’s going on. So when 10 activists are killed within Sunday and Monday, and when the… The post Killing in the name of Duterte’s Crackdown appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

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Ending the information crisis

The reformists and revolutionaries of the late 19th century; those who fought the Japanese invaders during World War II; and the professionals, workers, and farmers who comprised the core of the resistance against the Marcos dictatorship understood only too well the role of information in exposing the injustice and racist assumptions of Spanish colonial rule,… The post Ending the information crisis appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

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Double-whammy acts by Congress in one day

On Dec. 13, on its last session day before the holiday break, the 17th Congress of the Philippines, dominated by the “super-majorities” of President Duterte’s political allies, took two controversial actions both of which will have negative impacts on the lives of the Filipino people, particularly the vast number of the poor and marginalized. The… The post Double-whammy acts by Congress in one day appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

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77 Iloilo farmers thank PRRD for new land titles

Rosena Malco, 74 (right) and Catalina Espano, 76 (2nd from right) received their certificates of land ownership awards (CLOAs) in a ceremony held on December 13, 2017 in Barangay Pulo Maestra Vita, Ot.....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: News6 hr. 38 min. ago Related News

4Ps requirements for Marawi families lifted until December next year

"We have suspended the conditionalities that will allow them to receive even if they are not attending schools or not going to health clinics, or not even attending the family development session.....»»

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ADB OKs $380-M loan for Mindanao road infra

In a statement on Friday, the Manila-based multilateral lender said its board of directors approved the loan for the Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project. The project is its big.....»»

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Ang hirap na kinakaharap ng mga Pinoy sa Sabah at pagpapauwi sa kanila sa Pilipinas

Maliban sa mga Pinoy na nagtungo sa Sabah, mas malaking problema ang kinakaharap ng mga isinilang na doon. Bagaman maituturing na silang Malaysian, hindi naman sila puwedeng kilalanin dahil hindi sila.....»»

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EU opens next Brexit phase, warns of tough talks

BRUSSELS, Belgium – European Union leaders agreed Friday, December 15, to open crucial talks on a future relationship with Britain but warned they would be even tougher than the first torturous phase of negotiations. EU President Donald Tusk congratulated British Prime Minister Theresa May after her 27 counterparts endorsed an interim ........»»

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4 more Calabarzon mayors stripped of police powers

BATANGAS, Philippines – The National Police Commission (Napolcom) released on Friday, December 15, a new list of local chief executives in Calabarzon who had been stripped of their powers over the local police.  Ronald Banzuela, acting provincial officer of Napolcom Batangas, said Resolution 2017-611 was approved last November 29. On the list are: Lucena City, ........»»

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Meghan Markle adds sparkle to British royal Christmas

LONDON, United Kingdom – Meghan Markle is to become the first fiancee invited to spend Christmas with the British royal family – a move hailed Thursday, December 14, as a sea change in the monarchy's traditionalist attitude. Prince Harry's bride-to-be will join the royals at Sandringham, Queen Elizabeth II's private estate ........»»

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