Friday, 9 March 2018

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Nation - Google News


Sotto's poll fraud allegations affect all winners in 2016 polls, says Robredo - Inquirer.net

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 03:05 PM PST


Inquirer.net

Sotto's poll fraud allegations affect all winners in 2016 polls, says Robredo
Inquirer.net
Vice President Leni Robredo said on Friday she was keenly interested to learn more about the allegations of election fraud raised by Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III as it would affect all elected officials "from the President down to the ...

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Mom of detained UP graduate speaks up - Inquirer.net

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 01:35 PM PST


Inquirer.net

Mom of detained UP graduate speaks up
Inquirer.net
Myles Albasin (right) and five companions await inquest proceedings at the Negros Oriental prosecutor's office after their arrest. —FLORENCE BAESA / CEBU DAILY NEWS. CEBU CITY—No one taught her to be radical but seeing the poor, seeing beggars made ...

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53% of Filipinos agree to legalize divorce – SWS - Rappler

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 07:50 PM PST


Rappler

53% of Filipinos agree to legalize divorce – SWS
Rappler
SUPPORT. Majority of Filipinos support the legalization of divorce according to latest figures from the SWS. Stock photo. MANILA, Philippines – A majority of Filipinos support legalizing divorce in the Philippines, according to the results of a Social ...
Over 50% of Pinoys agree with divorce among irreconcilable couples —SWSGMA News

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Japan donates 27 heavy equipment for Marawi rehab - Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 05:06 PM PST


Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Japan donates 27 heavy equipment for Marawi rehab
Philippine Canadian Inquirer
FILE: The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain said the Japanese government will turn over 27 sets of heavy equipment to Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM) on March 15. (Photo: City Government of Marawi/Facebook ...
Marawi rehab: Japan pledges P1B for road projectInquirer.net

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Light to heavy rain expected over east Luzon areas – PAGASA - GMA News

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 01:34 PM PST


GMA News

Light to heavy rain expected over east Luzon areas – PAGASA
GMA News
The Bicol Region and Quezon province would experience cloudy conditions with scattered rain and isolated thunderstorms due to the northeast monsoon, weather service PAGASA predicted in a Saturday morning forecast. The northeast monsoon would also bring ...

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US, Australia help immigration bureau in anti-terror campaign - Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 04:51 PM PST


Philippine Canadian Inquirer

US, Australia help immigration bureau in anti-terror campaign
Philippine Canadian Inquirer
The United States is ready to assist the Bureau of Immigration (BI) in its anti-terrorism campaign through training and exchange of intelligence information. (PNA photo). MANILA — The United States is ready to assist the Bureau of Immigration (BI) in ...

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Suspect in theft of urn containing banker's ashes yields - Inquirer.net

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 03:55 PM PST


Inquirer.net

Suspect in theft of urn containing banker's ashes yields
Inquirer.net
One of the three suspects who stole an urn containing the ashes of Maria Pilar Cruz from her family's Manila Memorial Park mausoleum in ParaƱaque last week, surrendered to authorities on the night of the woman's 50th birthday. Dioniso Layson, a 30-year ...
Police arrest suspected thief of urn containing ash of Pinay found dead in the USGMA News

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PNP-CIDG can now issue subpoenas due to new law signed by Duterte - Manila Bulletin

Posted: 09 Mar 2018 02:14 AM PST


Manila Bulletin

PNP-CIDG can now issue subpoenas due to new law signed by Duterte
Manila Bulletin
The Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) can now issue subpoenas on cases under investigation based on a new law signed by President Duterte. (MANILA BULLETIN). Republic Act No. 10973 grants the PNP chief and ...

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