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Duterte says he’s ready to quit if any of children to be involved in corruption

March 12, 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday that he is ready to resign if any of his children would be involved in corruption. In a speech at the 35th anniversary of his political party, PDP-Laban, in Pasay City, Duterte said he

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79 new HIV cases in January acquired through “transactional sex” – DOH

March 12, 2017

The Department of Health (DOH) has recorded 79 new cases of individuals who acquired the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through “transactional sex” in January.   According to the DOH, the people who engage in transactional sex are those who report

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Duterte to PMA graduates: Be loyal to Constitution

March 12, 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte urged on Sunday the incoming junior officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines to be loyal to the flag and the Constitution and not to any government official. This was Duterte’s message to the 167 graduates

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Philippine gov’t, Reds agree to resume formal peace talks

March 12, 2017

The peace process between the Philippine government and the communist National Democratic Front will resume next month after it was stalled more than a month ago. In a statement released on Sunday, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza

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Duterte says sorry to Robredo for forgeting to acknowledge her during start of speech

March 12, 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte apologized on Sunday to Vice President Leni Robredo for his failure to acknowledge her at the beginning of his speech during the graduation ceremony of the Philippine Military Academy in Baguio City. “I apologize, ma’am. It was

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PNP hopes for more arrests in anti-drug operations

March 11, 2017

At least 300 suspects were arrested by the Philippine National Police as it resumed its war on illegal drugs and a senior official is hoping it stays that way, “Yes, for as long as they don’t turn violent,” said Director

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Government media to be given editorial independence: Duterte

March 11, 2017

Government media will be given editorial independence as President Rodrigo Duterte wants to transform its image, “We will let you go. Act just like a private (organization,” said Duterte during the inauguration of People’s Television Network’s Cordillera hub in Baguio

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3 die in Kalinga vehicular accident: police

March 11, 2017

Three people died and  36 were injured after a vehicular accident in the Kalinga on Saturday morning. In a radio interview, Inspector Renato Miguel, administration officer of Tabuk City police, said based on initial report a yellow passenger jeep turned

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