Monthly Archive: October 2017

Suspension of SSS officials sought

Suspension of SSS officials sought

Suspension of SSS officials sought

One of the country’s largest labor federations has called for the suspension of executives of the Social Security System (SSS) accused of using its stockbrokers for their personal benefit.

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Relatives of EJK victims remember loved ones in QC Mass

Relatives of EJK victims remember loved ones in QC Mass

Relatives of EJK victims remember loved ones in QC Mass

The families of at least 30 victims of President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs gathered at a Quezon City church on Tuesday, eve of All Saints’ Day, to remember their slain loved ones and press their demand for justice.

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Roque: I won’t curse like Duterte but I’ll scream

Roque: I won’t curse like Duterte but I’ll scream

Roque: I won’t curse like Duterte but I’ll scream

TOKYO — Cursing, no. Screaming, yes. Incoming presidential spokesperson Harry Roque won’t be hurling expletives frequently like President Rodrigo Duterte, but people can expect him to scream a lot because that is what he likes to do. Roque, nevertheless, said his presence in the President’s camp could provide the proper legal context to Mr. Duterte’s […]

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Opposition lawmaker calls Roque threat to critics a hollow bluff

Opposition lawmaker calls Roque threat to critics a hollow bluff

Opposition lawmaker calls Roque threat to critics a hollow bluff

Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman continues to call out incoming presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, saying the latter’s critics are trying to lead him back like a lost sheep.

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Rainy All Saints’ Day as LPA becomes a storm

Rainy All Saints’ Day as LPA becomes a storm

Rainy All Saints’ Day as LPA becomes a storm

Signal Number 1 has been raised over three areas in the Visayas and the Southern Tagalog Region after a low pressure area has intensified into a tropical depression, which has been named “Ramil.’

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China to US: Stay out of negotiation on sea row

China to US: Stay out of negotiation on sea row

WASHINGTON — The United States shouldn’t obstruct efforts by China and its neighbors to agree on a code of conduct in the disputed South China Sea, China’s ambassador said on Monday as US President Donald Trump prepared for his first official visit to Asia.

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In the Know: Manafort’s ties to Moscow

In the Know: Manafort’s ties to Moscow

Paul Manafort is a veteran Republican operative who has worked as a Washington lobbyist and international political consultant.

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Rains in the forecast on All Saints’ Day

Rains in the forecast on All Saints’ Day

Don’t forget to bring your umbrellas and rain jackets when visiting departed loved ones at the cemetery on Wednesday, All Saints’s Day.

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Church frowns on folk beliefs on the dead

Church frowns on folk beliefs on the dead

Filipinos have quite a few folk beliefs when it comes to their dead.

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Duque favors medical marijuana

Duque favors medical marijuana

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III sees no problem with allowing the “compassionate use” of medical marijuana in the country.

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