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 Amid sporadic gunfire, the military began withdrawing forces from Marawi City yesterday, giving a battalion of troops a joyful sendoff following the successful mission to defeat Islamic State-linked Maute extremists.

Environmental pollution  – from filthy air to contaminated water – is killing more people every year than all war and violence in the world, more than smoking, hunger or natural disasters and more than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined.

The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) is sending an observer to monitor the trial of detained Sen. Leila de Lima as soon as it commences.

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Sen. Panfilo Lacson may file a resolution to have former Bureau of Customs (BOC) commissioner Nicanor Faeldon transferred to the Pasay City Jail if the latter continues his tirades from his detention at the Senate.

Cebu Pacific has designated Laguindingan Airport in Cagayan de Oro as its new hub to strengthen its route network and provide more connections to and from Mindanao.

Manila police investigators are set to file  charges against six members of the sorority affiliated with the Aegis Juris fraternity implicated in the hazing death of University of Santo Tomas (UST) law student Horacio “Atio” Castillo III last month.

The Duterte administration obtained “majority” approval ratings for its handling of several issues, including disaster response and fighting criminality, Pulse Asia’s third quarter survey showed.

Vice President Leni Robredo expressed hope yesterday that President Duterte would keep his word on the lifting of martial law in Mindanao once hostilities in Marawi cease.

Even after President Duterte confirmed the death of Malaysian Mahmud bin Ahmad, the military will have to search for the exact place where the slain terrorist financier was buried.

With the almost daily breakdown of Metro Rail Transit 3 operations, the government has begun the process of terminating its contract with Busan Universal Rail Inc. (BURI) for the maintenance of the system, which runs along the busy EDSA.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV finally broke his silence regarding his meeting with officials of the United States government, saying the administration has nothing to worry about.

President Duterte yesterday doused fears that he is out to extend his hold on power after mentioning the possibility of declaring a revolutionary government.

After several hitches in the peace talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), President Duterte bared last night that he is ready to talk with the insurgents again.

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