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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration on Thursday reported that Typhoon Paolo has maintained its strength as it moves north northwestward over the Philippine Sea.

While maintaining relations with Beijing, Washington stressed that it will not "shrink or ignore" its challengees to the international rules-based order.

The government is still conducting route rationalization studies as part of its plan to upgrade public transportation, officials told a House panel on Thursday.

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The Philippines will no longer accept new grants from EU to stop the bloc's perceived meddling in the country’s domestic affairs, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said Wednesday after President Rodrigo Duterte mistakenly aimed his ire at Europe.

President Duterte expressed satisfaction over the situation of Philippine jails despite a 2017 Commission on Audit report showing that detention centers are bursting with inmates.

“Never, never, never again” will hostile forces ravage Marawi, President Duterte vowed yesterday as he announced plans to establish a military base in the Islamic city where security forces were still battling pockets of resistance from militants.

The state weather bureau yesterday warned residents in the eastern section of the country against possible flashfloods and landslides as Typhoon Paolo (international name Lan)’s outer bands will continue to bring rains until the weekend.

Boracay remained the best island in the world, according to the latest survey conducted by international travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno continues to be under fire for the alleged delay in the release of survivorship benefits of a widow of a Court of Appeals justice who recently passed away without receiving her pension, even as the Supreme Court has come to Sereno’s defense.

Malacañang yesterday welcomed the results of a Thompson Reuters Foundation poll suggesting that Manila is a relatively safe city for women.

Public satisfaction with the country’s top government institutions as well as President Duterte’s Cabinet dropped in the third quarter of the year but remained in “good” territory, the Social Weather Stations said in its latest survey.

Chilling Facebook chats among members of the Aegis Juris fraternity detailed how they plotted to cover up the hazing death of Horacio “Atio” Castillo III hours after he died at the Chinese General Hospital in Manila last Sept. 17.

Agents of the National Bureau of Investigation arrested a woman who allegedly used online messaging applications to urge foreign jihadists to join the Islamic State-linked Maute group in Marawi City, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II revealed yesterday.

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