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Rescuers used bulldozers to dig through mountains of mud in Eastern Visayas yesterday in a frantic search for more people missing after Tropical Storm Urduja (international name Kai-Tak) triggered landslides that have killed at least 40 persons.

Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano yesterday signed the new guidelines on the use of the P1-billion fund for distressed overseas Filipino workers.

With President Duterte expected to sign into law today the new tax reform measure approved by Congress, Sen. Joel Villanueva said yesterday he would appeal for the repeal of a provision retaining value added tax exemption for local coal.

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The lawyer seeking the ouster of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno said yesterday he would ask the House committee on justice to issue a subpoena to compel her to attend the impeachment hearings or face detention for contempt.

Following an investigation led by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK, leading insurance broker Marsh recently suspended the head of its UK aviation practice, Marcel Chad.

Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. should refrain from filing “unnecessary” motions if he really wants to get a speedy resolution of his electoral protest, according to the lead counsel for Vice President Leni Robredo.

President Duterte has defended the pre-debut photo shoot of his granddaughter Isabelle at Malacañang, calling it a “small matter.”

Former health secretary Enrique Ona is willing to testify before the Senate inquiry on the controversial Dengvaxia vaccine, and has blamed his successor Janette Garin for the purchase of the anti-dengue vaccine.

President Duterte will fire about 90 policemen over corruption as he stressed that he would not tolerate “gangsters” in government.

President Duterte yesterday assured local executives in storm-hit areas of assistance as he ordered agencies to restore normalcy in affected provinces at the soonest time.

The country’s top cop believes there is no reason yet to place the entire country under martial rule.

President Duterte yesterday vowed not to show mercy towards communist rebels a day after the New People’s Army ambushed soldiers who were about to bring relief goods to storm-hit communities in Northern Samar.

There can be no victors in war.

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