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BI arrests American who violated parole in Pangasinan

January 24, 2018

Bureau of Immigration (BI) agents caught their first foreign fugitive in 2018 with the recent arrest in Pangasinan of an overstaying American national wanted by authorities in California for parole violation. BI Commissioner Jaime Morente said operatives from the bureau’s

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Minato City donates 900,000 yen for victims of Typhoon Tembin/Vinta in Mindanao

January 24, 2018

Officials of the local government of Minato City in Tokyo handed over to Ambassador Jose Laurel V on  January 15 at the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo their 900,000 yen (P418,000) cash donations for the victims of and rehabilitation program for

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2 alleged NPA members arrested in Agusan del Sur

January 23, 2018

Two alleged members of New People’s Army (NPA) were arrested in a joint military and police operation in Agusan del Sur on Monday. Chief Insp. Renel Serrano, regional police public information officer, said Tuesday Chief Supt. Noli Romana, regional police

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Military conducts recon flight over Scarborough Shoal

January 23, 2018

The Northern Luzon Command (Nolcom) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) conducted aerial reconnaissance over Scarborough Shoal following a reported passage of an American warship near the area. Lt. Col. Isagani Nato, AFP Nolcom spokesman, said the aerial

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SC lifts TRO on license plates, paves way for its release

January 23, 2018

The Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted a temporary restraining order issued in June 2016 stopping the release of 300,000 pairs of license plates for motor vehicles and 400,000 plates for motorcycles seized by the Bureau of Customs and donated to

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Mayon erupts for second day, more than 30,000 displaced

January 23, 2018

Dense volcanic ash blown west that landed on five municipalities followed by five “intense and sporadic lava fountaining” from the crater of Mayon in Albay province from Monday evening to Tuesday morning forced more residents to leave their homes as

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Palace dares ex-budget executive to return, spill the beans of any irregularity during previous admin

January 23, 2018

Malacanang challenged on Tuesday former Budget Undersecretary Mario Relampagos to return to the country and cooperate with the government’s investigation if there were irregularities in the previous administration. “If you are innocent, come back and clear your name,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque

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Napoles claim of giving P5 million to Drilon needs to be probed, Roque says

January 23, 2018

The claim of detained businesswoman Janet Lim Napoles she gave P5 million to the campaign funds of opposition Senator Franklin Drilon in 2010 elections should be investigated, Malacanang said on Tuesday. In a press briefing, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said public

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