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Boy said to be with Arnaiz found dead in Gapan

September 6, 2017

The body of a 14-year-old boy said to be the companion of Carl Angelo Arnaiz the night before he died in a police operation in Caloocan was found in Gapan, Nueva Ecija on Wednesday. Reynaldo de Guzman, 14, was found

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China donates P5 million to soldiers fighting in Marawi

September 6, 2017

The Chinese government donated five million pesos for the soldiers operating against the local terrorist group in Marawi City. Col. Edgard Arevalo, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Public Information Office Chief, said Ambassador Zhao Jianhua handed over their donation

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Gunmen shot two dead, injure one in Makati

September 6, 2017

Two bystanders were killed  and one was wounded after they were shot by unidentified suspects in Makati City on Tuesday evening. Christopher Pabalan, 42, and  Yancy Millamina, 24, died while Christian Leonardo, 19, was wounded after a shooting incident in Brgy. Tejeros

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5 die, 11 hurt as jeep hits Meralco post in Kawit

September 6, 2017

Five people died and 11 people were injured, including the driver, after a jeepney bumped into a concrete Meralco post in Kawit, Cavite on Wednesday morning. PO2 Nelvin Trajico of Kawit police said Lorena Isaias, 43, Lorena Purification, 44, Malanie  Macalalad, 32,

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DFA to help 10,000 Filipinos to be affected by rescinded US immigration policy

September 6, 2017

The Department of Foreign Affairs Wednesday said it will assist an estimated 10,000 Filipinos who may end up being deported as a result of Washington’s decision to rescind a program that allowed undocumented immigrant children to stay legally in the

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Brother of Duterte son-in-law gets gov’t post

September 6, 2017

Waldo Reyes Carpio, brother of President Rodrigo Duterte’s son-in-law, was among the list of presidential appointees released by the Palace on Wednesday. Carpio was appointed assistant secretary of the Department of Agriculture, replacing Federico Laciste Jr., a former police chief

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Palace regrets Mariano’s rejection by Commission on Appointments

September 6, 2017

Malacanang said on Wednesday that it regrets that the Commission on Appointments rejected Rafael Mariano as the secretary of the Department of Agrarian Reform. “We regret the news of Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Secretary Rafael ‘Paeng’ Mariano’s rejection by the Commission

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Budget department estimates Free Tuition Law will cost P51 billion

September 6, 2017

The Department of Budget and Management, citing initial estimates, said the Free Tuition Law will cost around P51 billion for its first year of implementation, a statement said Wednesday. The Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (RA 10931) was

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