Saturday, 3 February 2018

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Trillanes renews claim vs Duterte 'ill-gotten wealth' - Inquirer.net

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 06:24 PM PST


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Trillanes renews claim vs Duterte 'ill-gotten wealth'
Inquirer.net
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said he would file a resolution on Monday to launch a Senate inquiry into President Rodrigo Duterte and his family's alleged ill-gotten wealth. In a statement on Sunday, Trillanes said his proposed resolution seeks to look ...
Trillanes to ask Senate to probe Duterte, Inday Sara 'bank accounts'GMA News
Trillanes wants Senate probe on Duterte, Sara's alleged bank accountsABS-CBN News

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DFA to open main consular office on Saturdays - Inquirer.net

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 03:03 PM PST


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DFA to open main consular office on Saturdays
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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said it would open its main consular office in ParaƱaque City every Saturday starting on Feb. 10 to process more passport applications. "In our effort to meet the huge demand for passports, the Office of Consular ...
DFA urged to adopt US model in passport renewalManila Bulletin
DFA-Aseana opens Saturday passport appointmentsSun.Star
DFA ASEANA open on Saturdays for passport applicationsCNN Philippines

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P3.8 billion refund sought for unusable MRT trains - Philippine Star

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 08:30 AM PST


Philippine Star

P3.8 billion refund sought for unusable MRT trains
Philippine Star
"Cancelling the contract and returning the coaches are not enough. What we have here is a supplier who knowingly supplied equipment that is not suitable for the MRT. We can't just let them get away with it with no penalties whatsoever," Senate ...
'SOLI BAYAD' | Koko wants Dalian blacklisted, ordered to refund money for unusable MRT trainsInterAksyon
P3.8-B refund for idle MRT-3 trains, Chinese supplier's blacklisting soughtManila Bulletin
Pimentel wants Chinese train supplier to MRT on blacklistInquirer.net
The Manila Times -Tempo
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Man on drugs watchlist nabbed in Cavite - Inquirer.net

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 07:37 PM PST


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Man on drugs watchlist nabbed in Cavite
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Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) agents arrested a man on the drugs watch-list and two of his accomplices in a buy-bust operation in Cavite. PDEA Director General Aaron N. Aquino, in a report released Sunday, identified the watch-listed drug ...
Chinese, Mexican cartels top sources of smuggled drugs in PHL —PDEAGMA News
SINO groups blamed for shabu avalancheThe Standard

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Palace welcomes survey showing lower crime rate - Manila Bulletin

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 09:09 PM PST


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Palace welcomes survey showing lower crime rate
Manila Bulletin
MalacaƱang took as proof of the Duterte administration's success the result of the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showing a record-low of 6.1 percent of Filipino families claiming they've been victims of common crimes last year ...
More people believe drug addiction thrives – SWS surveyInquirer.net

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Philippines slips in financial freedom rankings - Lockport Press

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 07:57 PM PST


Philippines slips in financial freedom rankings
Lockport Press
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines slipped three notches in the Heritage Foundation 2018 Index of Economic Freedom (IEF) due to lower scores for government integrity, monetary freedom and property rights. After jumping 12 notches last year, the ...
PH ranking 'significantly better' in latest economic freedom indexManila Bulletin

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4 dead, 4 hurt in Quezon road accidents - Inquirer.net

Posted: 03 Feb 2018 05:42 PM PST


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4 dead, 4 hurt in Quezon road accidents
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Police investigate a road accident involving a bus and a motorcycle in this file photo. A similar incident in Gumaca town in Quezon province led to the death of a man and a women on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. INQUIRER FILE. LUCENA CITY – Four persons were ...

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