Monday, 23 November 2015

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Ex-Iloilo Gov. Niel Tupas Sr. passes away at 82 - Inquirer.net

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 05:56 PM PST


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Ex-Iloilo Gov. Niel Tupas Sr. passes away at 82
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ILOILO CITY—Former Iloilo Gov. Niel Tupas Sr. died of a lingering illness Tuesday at 1:35 a.m. at the Philippine Heart Center in Quezon City. Tupas would have been celebrating his 83rd birthday on Friday. The former governor, the patriarch of one of ...
Former Iloilo governor Tupas diesRappler
Former Iloilo governor Niel Tupas Sr., 82InterAksyon
Ex-Iloilo governor dies at 82Manila Bulletin

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VIDEO | PDP-Laban paving way for Duterte's presidential run - InterAksyon

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 10:32 AM PST


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VIDEO | PDP-Laban paving way for Duterte's presidential run
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Davao City Mayor Rodrigo "Rody" Duterte, dismayed at the Senate Electoral Tribunal's decision to junk the disqualification case against presidential candidate Sen. Grace Poe, finally made up his mind to join the race for presidency in 2016. "Yes, I am ...
Volunteers welcome Duterte runVisayan Daily Star (press release)
PDP-Laban vows: 'Wala ng atrasan'Tempo
Duterte: Meeting with PDP-Laban to formalize 2016 bidABS CBN News
Sun.Star -Coconuts Manila -NYSE Post
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N. Samar judge shot dead; killer slain - Inquirer.net

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 08:04 AM PST


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N. Samar judge shot dead; killer slain
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CATARMAN, Northern Samar – A municipal trial judge in Northern Samar province was shot to death while betting inside a cockpit in Pambujan town on Sunday afternoon. But the unidentified assailant was also shot dead by the security escort of Reynaldo ...
Another judge gunned downTempo
Northern Samar judge shot dead inside cockpitPhilippine Star
N. Samar judge shot dead inside cockpitABS CBN News
The Manila Times -Sun.Star -InterAksyon
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Oral arguments begin for PH arbitration case vs China - ABS CBN News

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 07:35 PM PST


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Oral arguments begin for PH arbitration case vs China
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Philippine officials representing the country in the United Nations (UN) arbitration case against China are back in The Hague, Netherlands for the first round of arguments. The hearings are expected to begin Tuesday and last until November 30.
Duterte will run with Alan Peter CayetanoRappler
The Hague hearings, round 2: What to expectCNN
Manila to argue case at The Hague this weekThe Straits Times

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5th raid yields more guns, appliances inside Bilibid - ABS CBN News

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 06:45 PM PST


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5th raid yields more guns, appliances inside Bilibid
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Using metal detectors, Army explosives experts raided the maximum security compound's quadrant 4, where buildings 2, 5, and 9 are located. Seized during the nearly five-hour raid were various firearms and bladed weapons. Some of these were found ...

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Mayors renew political ties with Hataman, Mangudadatu - Philippine Star

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 08:23 PM PST


Philippine Star

Mayors renew political ties with Hataman, Mangudadatu
Philippine Star
ARMM Gov. Mujiv Hataman and Mayor Mohammad Pendatun Paglas of the vote-rich Datu Paglas town in Maguindanao (right) renewed their political ties during a gathering of leaders in the province on Sunday Nov. 22, 2015. Philstar.com / John Unson.
Go down hard on ASG bandits – ARMM officialsManila Bulletin

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NAPOLCOM sets up new anti-narcotics group - InterAksyon

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 12:49 AM PST


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NAPOLCOM sets up new anti-narcotics group
InterAksyon
MANILA - A new anti-narcotics group has been created by the National Police Commission (Napolcom), which also automatically dissolves an existing task force, it was announced on Monday. Interior and Local Government Secretary and Napolcom ...

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Media Killings Under PNoy's Watch - ABS CBN News

Posted: 23 Nov 2015 03:41 AM PST


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Media Killings Under PNoy's Watch
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Exactly six years ago, 58 people -- 32 of them journalists and media workers -- were brutally and systematically murdered in what would come to be known as the Maguindanao Massacre. Dubbed the single deadliest event for the press since 1992 by New ...

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