John Cho has close to 100 acting credits on the Internet Movie Database, but only a handful of those are lead roles. Despite his association with two successful franchises (as Harold in the “Harold & Kumar” stoner comedies, and Sulu in the ongoing “Star Trek” saga), and despite his effortless charm,…
Daily Archive: August 4, 2017
The government will start building next month the first batch of temporary shelters for displaced residents of war-torn Marawi City, the interagency Task Force Bangon Marawi said on Friday.
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Despite opposition from his economic managers, President Duterte on Thursday signed a law granting tuition-free education in all state universities and colleges (SUCs), a move hailed by lawmakers who now have the task of looking for ways to fund the measure.
Embattled Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon on Friday defended his decision to hire almost 30 active and retired athletes as customs “technical assistants,” saying they were the “most effective intelligence information gatherers.”
The government on Friday asked several courts to order the rearrest of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) consultants who were previously freed to take part in the failed peace negotiations with the Duterte administration.
Lawmakers on Friday lauded President Duterte’s decision to sign a law granting tuition-free education in state universities and colleges despite opposition from his economic managers.
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