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Residents of Caraga, the Visayas and Bicol Region should prepare for flooding and landslides as Tropical Storm Urduja is forecast to make landfall over Samar on Saturday, Pagasa said.

Former president Benigno Aquino III and health secretary Janette Garin are facing mass murder and plunder complaints over the 3.5-billion worth of Dengvaxia vaccines.

The National Privacy Commission officials of ride-hailing mobile application Uber to further explain their data processing operation following a data breach involving over 50 million users and drivers worldwide.

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In a statement, the National Secretariat for Social Action - Justice and Peace/Caritas Philippines of the Catholic Bishops' of the Philippines (NASSA/Caritas Philippines) condemned the killing of Paez as "an attack on the Church and her mission for social justice and empowerment of the poor."

Measures that some cities in Mindanao have been implementing since martial law was declared on May 23, 2017. 

Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade has joined the reserve officer corps of the Air Force with the rank of lieutenant colonel, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) announced yesterday.

Alleged communist leaders Benito and Wilma Tiamzon have asked the Manila Regional Trial Court to defer any ruling on the prosecution’s motion to cancel their bail and haul them back into detention on murder charges.

A tropical depression which developed off the Bicol region yesterday intensified into a storm and is now threatening Eastern and Northern Samar.

If you fall asleep while attending the Simbang Gabi or dawn masses this Yuletide season, most probably it is your fault and not the priest’s, according to Fr. Jerome Secillano, executive secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines-Public Affairs Committee (CBCP-PAC).

The one-year extension of martial law in Mindanao and its possible nationwide implementation will lead to the withdrawal of support of security forces from President Duterte, Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Jose Maria Sison warned yesterday.

Malacañang yesterday assured the public that there would be no return to a dictatorial government amid the possibility that the extended imposition of martial law in Mindanao for one year may be expanded outside the region.

There will be no work in government offices on Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 next year.

Opposition congressmen vowed yesterday to question before the Supreme Court the Duterte administration’s Congress-approved extension of martial law in Mindanao by one year.


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