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Presidential Communications Operations Office chief Martin Andanar announced that the government would hold the first information summit to combat fake news in 2018.

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

Almost 17,000 passengers were stranded in seaports affected by “Urduja” on Sunday.

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A priest accused of molesting two boys in the 1990s has been extradited from the Philippines to North Dakota to face charges.

"Urduja" (international name: Kai-tak) has weakened from a tropical storm into a tropical depression on Sunday morning.

The Chinese have not occupied or fortified new areas in the South China Sea and West Philippine Sea, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said, downplaying a report released by a Washington-based think tank.

The continued imposition of martial law in Mindanao, according to some bishops, had no adverse effect on the attendance of churchgoers as the Simbang Gabi or dawn mass kicked off yesterday.

 Environment group Ban Toxics urged Filipinos to think of the environment when buying gadgets and appliances this yuletide season and help in the reduction of electronic waste or e-waste.

Malacañang and leaders of the House of Representatives have expressed confidence the Supreme Court would uphold the approval of the so-called tax reform bill officially labeled Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN).

Oxford Dictionaries recognized the power of the millennial generation Friday with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake.

President Duterte is considering two persons to join the Presidential Commission on the Urban Poor (PCUP).

There is no need for former president Benigno Aquino III to attend the next Senate hearing on the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine controversy even if the inquiry has dug up enough evidence to charge those responsible for the “suspicious midnight transaction,” Sen. Richard Gordon said.

The House of Representatives adjourned for the Christmas holidays this week after processing 2,100 measures in the first 145 days of its session that started in July last year.


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