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Computers at immigration counters have been upgraded with a new biometrics-based system to improve the Bureau of Immigration's ability to keep fugitives and terrorists out.

Tropical depression Urduja made landfall over Taytay, Palawan Monday morning after dumping heavy rain that caused floods and landslides in Eastern Visayas.

Tropical Depression Urduja has maintained strength and will make landfall over Northern Palawan, Pagasa said Monday as it advised residents to prepare against floods and landslides.

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Malacañang is hopeful that CNN Hero of the Year  Efren Peñaflorida will accept President Duterte’s offer for him to join the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP), calling him “a good choice.”

President Duterte will sign into law the 2018 national budget and the tax reform measure tomorrow, Malacañang confirmed over the weekend.

The presence of the Maute group and its allies in Marawi City is no longer that strong, Malacañang said yesterday, even as it stressed that it is “open to all options,” including a nationwide martial law, to ensure public safety.

Do some charity this Christmas, an official of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) reminded the Filipino faithful during this week of Christmas parties.

A cartoon version of President Duterte appeared in an episode of “The Simpsons,” a popular American television series known for poking fun at famous personalities.

Five more Supreme Court justices are ready to testify in the impeachment proceedings against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno in the House of Representatives when hearings resume next month.

Those who committed wrongdoing that led to the Dengvaxia vaccine mess should be made accountable even if the previous administration meant well when it administered the vaccine, Malacañang said yesterday.

While the government is not suspending military offensives against communist guerrillas during the holidays, it is not closing its doors to a holiday truce, Malacañang said yesterday.

Even as the Philippines has belied new Chinese activity in the oil-rich South China Sea, the United States last week called China’s continuing development of islands in the disputed waters “unacceptable.”

Incessant rains and a tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Urduja unleashed landslides in Eastern Visayas, burying alive scores of residents.


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