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Abu Sayyaf terrorists swooped down on a Basilan community as it was preparing for a fiesta yesterday, opened fire and torched houses and the health center, killing at least nine villagers.

Despite China’s creeping occupation of land features within Philippine waters, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has embarked on a joint maritime law enforcement operation with its Chinese counterpart in accordance with President Duterte’s instructions.

Northern Police District (NPD) director Chief Supt. Roberto Fajardo insisted that Grade 11 student Kian Loyd delos Santos used to sell 10 grams of shabu or P18,000 per day before policemen shot him dead, a claim belied by the boy’s family and neighbors.

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Ambassador-designate to the US Jose Manuel “Babe” Romualdez is expected to be confirmed tomorrow by the Commission on Appointments.

The breach in voters’ data prior to the elections last year or the so-called “Comeleaks” will be included in the impeachment complaint to be filed against Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista in the House of Representatives tomorrow.

The seven-year-old boy of Filipino descent who went missing during the terrorist attack in Barcelona last week was among the 14 fatalities, the Department of Foreign Affairs said yesterday.

Believing the praise was heartfelt, former president Benigno Aquino III thanked President Duterte for honoring the sacrifices of his father Benigno “Ninoy” Jr. yesterday during the commemoration of the late former senator’s 34th death anniversary.

Eleventh grader Kian Loyd delos Santos was “intentionally killed” with three “treacherous wounds” to the head and back while lying face down during a police operation in the government’s war against drugs, the Public Attorney’s Office bared yesterday.

Police officers couldn’t just kill 17-year-old student Kian Loyd delos Santos even if he might have been a drug courier, President Duterte’s chief legal adviser said yesterday.

Tropical Storm Isang yesterday continued to bring heavy rains and strong winds, causing floods in Metro Manila and forcing the cancellation of domestic flights.

Nueva Ecija Gov. Cherry Umali yesterday declared a state of calamity after poultry farms in the towns of Jaen and San Isidro tested positive for the avian flu virus.

Complying with a Supreme Court (SC) order, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will subject 51 contraceptive products to a recertification process.

Two Chinese nationals detained at the Senate will remain in custody until they tell everything they know about the smuggling of some 604 kilos of shabu worth P6.5 billion through the express lane of the Bureau of Customs last May, Sen. Richard Gordon said yesterday.

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