Daily Archive: November 6, 2017

Charlie Hebdo gets fresh death threats over Islam cartoon

Charlie Hebdo gets fresh death threats over Islam cartoon

Charlie Hebdo gets fresh death threats over Islam cartoon

French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo said Monday it was pressing charges after receiving fresh death threats against staffers over a cartoon of the Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan who faces rape allegations.

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Pro-Duterte bloggers slam Roque for defending mainstream media

Pro-Duterte bloggers slam Roque for defending mainstream media

Pro-Duterte bloggers slam Roque for defending mainstream media

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has earned the ire of pro-Duterte bloggers on the day he took his oath as President Rodrigo Duterte’s official mouthpiece.

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Flu shot protected only 1 in 5 people

Flu shot protected only 1 in 5 people

Flu shot protected only 1 in 5 people

MIAMI, United States — Last season’s flu shot protected as few as one in five people and this year’s could be similarly ineffective, researchers said Monday, calling for a better way to make the vaccine. The reason just 20 to 30 percent of people were protected by the 2016-2017 flu shot was a mutation in […]

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Trump on North Korea: Era for patience over

Trump on North Korea: Era for patience over

Trump on North Korea: Era for patience over

TOKYO — The time for “strategic patience” with North Korea is over, US President Donald Trump warned on Monday, after winning Japan’s backing for his policy of considering all options to rein in the rogue state.

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PNP says Malaysian ‘emir’ alive, AFP says he’s dead

PNP says Malaysian ‘emir’ alive, AFP says he’s dead

DEAD STRAGGLERS A military handout photo shows nine bags containing the bodies of terrorists killed during clearing operations in Marawi City on Sunday. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The military on Monday shot down a police claim that a Malaysian militant had succeeded slain Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon as the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group’s “emir” in Southeast Asia.

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Trump due in Seoul amid North Korea tensions

Trump due in Seoul amid North Korea tensions

Trump due in Seoul amid North Korea tensions

Donald Trump’s marathon Asia tour moves on Tuesday to South Korea, another key ally in the struggle with nuclear-armed North Korea, but one with deep reservations about the US president’s strategy for dealing with the crisis.

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Roque wants Mocha under his tutelage

Roque wants Mocha under his tutelage

Roque wants Mocha under his tutelage

When Harry meets Mocha, can the blogger, who has been criticized for spreading fake news, learn from the law professor about the role of mainstream media?

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Texas church gunman sent hostile text messages before attack

Texas church gunman sent hostile text messages before attack

Texas church gunman sent hostile text messages before attack

The gunman who killed 26 people at a small-town Texas church sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law before the attack, which appeared to have been driven by domestic tensions, authorities said Monday.

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Sereno told to quit, but her camp says no way

Sereno told to quit, but her camp says no way

Sereno told to quit, but her camp says no way

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque on Monday urged Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to “voluntarily resign” and spare the judiciary “from any further damage” even as President Rodrigo Duterte himself wanted her removed from office “by all means.”

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Duterte eyes ‘complete conciliation’ with Church

Duterte eyes ‘complete conciliation’ with Church

Duterte eyes ‘complete conciliation’ with Church

Malacañang on Monday said President Rodrigo Duterte was working on a “complete conciliation” with the influential Catholic Church after thousands joined its prayer rally against extrajudicial killings on Sunday.

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