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He recently called the slain senator’s son and namesake “gago” or a fool, but President Duterte was all praises yesterday for Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr.

Siargao has been named as one of the best surfing spots in the world, according to an international travel magazine.

Vice President Leni Robredo yesterday expressed her gratitude to the public after topping an online survey on the next social welfare secretary conducted by her critic Mocha Uson, a blogger and assistant communications secretary of the Duterte administration.

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President Duterte called on the house manager in Malacañang to replace the lights that adorn the walls of the historic Rizal Hall as these resemble lamps used in funeral parlors.

Supreme Court (SC) Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio yesterday expressed belief that China is breaking its vow not to occupy any more islands in the Spratlys area because it is allegedly virtually occupying a new geological feature called Sandy Cay in the West Philippine Sea.

A US-based group yesterday urged President Duterte to withdraw a call for police to shoot human rights activists “obstructing justice.”

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV said that he would push for the replacement of Sen. Richard Gordon as chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon committee because of the manner in which he is conducting the inquiries brought before the committee.

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has urged schools and agencies to strengthen their systems security and ensure the confidentiality of data when implementing the drug testing policy.

 President Duterte has appointed Undersecretary Emmanuel Leyco as officer-in-charge of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) following the rejection of Judy Taguiwalo as agency head last week.

A Filipina is in serious condition while her seven-year-old son is missing following the deadly terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain on Thursday, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said yesterday.

Despite the outrage caused by the killing of a teenager who, many believe, was a victim of police brutality, President Duterte is not about to stop his war against illegal drugs, Malacañang said yesterday.

Almost half a million heads of poultry have been culled in Pampanga since an outbreak of avian flu – the first in the country – was reported last week.

President Duterte has been urged to create an independent commission that will investigate the escalating number of summary killings related to the government’s campaign against illegal drugs.


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