Thursday, 18 January 2018

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International groups voice concern over Rappler closure order - Philippine Star

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 08:54 PM PST


Philippine Star

International groups voice concern over Rappler closure order
Philippine Star
Rappler chief Maria Ressa and a former investigative reporteer were summoned by the National Bureau of Investigation over a complaint by a businessman for alleged violations of the country's Cybercrime Law. AFP/File. MANILA, Philippines — More ...
NBI summons Rappler CEO Ressa, reporter over cybercrime complaintRappler
Rappler's Maria Ressa , ex-reporter summoned to NBI for cybercrime rapsInquirer.net
WATCH | ANOTHER CASE: NBI probes Maria Ressa, 2 others over Rappler story written 5 years agoInterAksyon
GMA News -CNN Philippines -Coconuts -ABS-CBN News
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Cha-cha train will get derailed, Drilon warns - Inquirer.net

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 06:19 PM PST


Inquirer.net

Cha-cha train will get derailed, Drilon warns
Inquirer.net
The House of Representatives' Charter change (Cha-cha) train would get derailed even before it leaves the station, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon warned on Friday. Drilon's statement came after House leaders insisted that nothing would stop the ...
House panel chair hopes for 'reasoned consensus' with Senate on Cha-chaGMA News
Full speed ahead for House con-assPhilippine Star
Clash over Con-AssThe Standard

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Palace: 'Black Friday' protest shows freedom, democracy alive - Philippine Star

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 08:35 PM PST


Philippine Star

Palace: 'Black Friday' protest shows freedom, democracy alive
Philippine Star
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines will spearhead the "Black Friday Protests for Press Freedom" at the Boy Scout Circle in Quezon City today at 6 pm. STAR/Kriz John Rosales. MANILA, Philippines — A protest for press freedom set to be ...
Bloggers for Freedom: Time to choose between democracy, dictatorshipRappler
Media practitioners, bloggers gear up for Black Friday protest in QCInquirer.net
BLACK FRIDAY | 'Bloggers for Freedom' blast 'moves to silence, scare' media as Palace vows maximum toleranceInterAksyon
GMA News -ABC Online -The Manila Times -CNN Philippines
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Senate to probe P15.5-B PH warships project - Rappler

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 06:55 PM PST


Rappler

Senate to probe P15.5-B PH warships project
Rappler
PROBE. The Senate is set to investigate the controversy hounding the P15.5-billion warships project of the Philippine Navy, amid accusations Special Assistant to the President Bong Go intervened in the deal. MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – The Senate ...
Minority senators seek probe into Navy frigate dealPhilippine Star
Palace welcomes probe into PH Navy's P15.7B frigates purchaseInquirer.net
Palace welcomes Senate plan to probe Navy projectSun.Star

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2 bombs explode near Army headquarters in Maguindanao - Inquirer.net

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 08:54 PM PST


GMA News

2 bombs explode near Army headquarters in Maguindanao
Inquirer.net
DATU ODIN SINSUAT, Maguindanao—-Unidentified armed men set off explosives near the headquarters of the 6th Infantry Division (ID) here Friday. Capt. Arvin Encinas, speaking for the 6th ID, said the first explosion took place around 6:35 a.m. This was ...
Twin blasts rock Maguindanao townSun.Star
2 successive blasts rock town in MaguindanaoGMA News

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Ex-PNP official new PCSO chair - Inquirer.net

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 03:30 PM PST


Inquirer.net

Ex-PNP official new PCSO chair
Inquirer.net
President Duterte has appointed retired police official Anselmo Simeon Patrol Pinili to serve the unexpired term of former Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Chair Jose Jorge Corpuz, who recently resigned for health reasons. "I'm proud to say ...

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Russian women illegally working as GROs set for deportation - Manila Bulletin

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 06:52 PM PST


GMA News

Russian women illegally working as GROs set for deportation
Manila Bulletin
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) is set to deport 19 Russian women— suspected of being prostitutes—who were arrested for working without the required employment visas. (MANILA BULLETIN)(MANILA BULLETIN). (MANILA BULLETIN). Immigration Commissioner ...
PHL to deport 19 Russian women arrested at Pampanga nightclub for lack of work permitGMA News

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Bato: PNP raising bail fund for cops in mistaken identity shooting - Philippine Star

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 07:49 PM PST


Philippine Star

Bato: PNP raising bail fund for cops in mistaken identity shooting
Philippine Star
The body of a slain worker is seen next to the bullet-riddled AUV on Shaw Boulevard in Barangay Old Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City. STAR/Joven Cagande, File. MANILA, Philippines — The country's top cop on Friday said the Philippine National Police is ...

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Duterte administration sets record-high 'excellent' net satisfaction rating - Southeast Asia Globe

Posted: 18 Jan 2018 08:54 PM PST


Southeast Asia Globe

Duterte administration sets record-high 'excellent' net satisfaction rating
Southeast Asia Globe
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's administration received a record-high net satisfaction rating of 'excellent' over the last quarter, based on a survey conducted by national polling agency Social Weather Stations (SWS). The results from the poll ...
'Excellent' net satisfaction rating for admin performance, says SWSInquirer.net
Duterte gov't hits record-high satisfaction rating: SWSPhilippine Canadian Inquirer

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