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In this file photo, voters check their names in the lists before casting their vote at the Corazon Aquino Elementary School in Batasan, Quezon City.
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The victim and his wife were on their way to Cotabato City from the politically-troubled Talitay town in Maguindanao when they were attacked by gunmen on motorcycles while in Barangay Taviran, Datu Odin Sinsuat.
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In this file photo, Heavy smoke billows during an operation by Iraqi Kurdish forces backed by US-led strikes in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar on November 12, 2015, to retake the town from the Islamic State group and cut a key supply line to Syria. Kurdish-led forces announced on March 23, 2019 they had fully captured the Islamic State group's last bastion in eastern Syria and declared the total elimination of the jihadists' "caliphate".
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The two banks would be having system upgrade in the coming days, that will affect its services to clients.
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PHISGOC Chairperson Alan Peter Cayetano
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This image provided Courtesy of JMA & JAXA and collected by Japanese weather satellite, Himawari, taken on December 18, 2018 shows a meteor entering the Earth atmosphere (in the center, the little yellow explosion). At precisely 11:48 am on December 18, 2018, a large space rock heading straight for Earth at a speed of 19 miles per second exploded into a vast ball of fire as it entered the atmosphere, 15.9 miles above the Bering Sea. A meteor is the luminous phenomenon that results when an asteroid or other celestial body enters the Earth's atmosphere. It is commonly called a shooting star. If it does not fully vaporize and some part of it hits the Earth's surface, it is called a meteorite.
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