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Expect fewer vehicles in the streets with improvised or even quirky plates following the Supreme Court’s lifting yesterday of a temporary restraining order on the release of 700,000 license plates.

Malacañang has denied that the Duterte administration had something to do with the allegations of alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles that she contributed to the 2010 campaign kitty of Senate minority leader Franklin Drilon of the Liberal Party.

Former Commission on Elections chairman Andres Bautista was issued yesterday a subpoena to appear before the Senate concerning his alleged money laundering activities.

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Anti-graft court Sandiganbayan has granted the Office of the Ombudsman’s motion to present former Czech ambassador Josef Rychtar as a witness against former Metro Rail Transit Line 3 general manager Al Vitangcol III and five incorporators of the maintenance provider PH Trams.

The retrieval of ballot boxes in Camarines Sur –  one of the three contested provinces in the election protest filed by former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. against Vice President Leni Robredo in connection to the vice presidential race – will start today.

Oil firms are increasing fuel prices today after global crude prices hovered near $70 per barrel during last week’s trading.

Limiting changes in the Charter to economic provisions – as proposed by business groups and financial executives – would be “unwise,” according to the head of the House panel working on a constitution for a federal government.

More Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger in the last quarter of 2017, the latest survey by the Social Weather Stations showed.

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority will provide free training to thousands of human rights victims during the Marcos dictatorship, an official said yesterday.

Militant group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan yesterday urged the Duterte government to disclose the terms of “Operation Pacific Eagle: Philippines,” a new counterterror operation of the United States in the country, which reportedly aims to maintain active US military presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

Consumer advocacy group Laban Konsyumer Inc. wants the government to stop the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion law from running at full speed, citing its negative impact on millions of poor Filipinos.

The Senate adopted yesterday a resolution concurring with the ratification of a framework agreement “on partnership and cooperation” between the Philippines and the European Union.

More than 5,000 barangays have been cleared of illegal drugs since the Duterte administration launched its war on narcotics, an official of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency said yesterday.

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