Daily Archive: November 10, 2017

Civilians reported wounded in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen

Civilians reported wounded in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen

Civilians reported wounded in Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen

Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition left at least three civilians wounded in Yemen’s rebel-held capital Sanaa late Friday, witnesses said. 

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Marawi evacuees to get homes by yearend, says gaming group

Marawi evacuees to get homes by yearend, says gaming group

Marawi evacuees to get homes by yearend, says gaming group

The journey to fresh hope and new beginning starts for hundreds of families displaced by a five-month war in Marawi City as they move in to newly-constructed temporary shelters in Matungao, Lanao del Norte, on December 10. 

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Duterte: No revolutionary gov’t because Leni said so

Duterte: No revolutionary gov’t because Leni said so

Duterte: No revolutionary gov’t because Leni said so

DA NANG, Vietnam—“She’s correct.”

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Putin seeks stronger ties between PH, Russia

Putin seeks stronger ties between PH, Russia

Putin seeks stronger ties between PH, Russia

DA NANG, Vietnam—Russia’s leader wants to take concrete steps to enhance ties between Manila and Moscow such as building a light rail line in Baguio City and a repair facility for Russian ships and training Filipino troops, according to presidential spokesperson Harry Roque.

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2 ex-rebel soldiers get new DOTr posts after BOC

2 ex-rebel soldiers get new DOTr posts after BOC

2 ex-rebel soldiers get new DOTr posts after BOC

Former military officers Gerardo Gambala and Milo Maestrecampo were moving to the Department of Transportation following their resignation from the Bureau of Customs (BOC) after being questioned on the release of a P6.4-billion illegal drug shipment from China that slipped past the agency in May.

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Ban Trump in PH, Left cries in Manila rallies

Ban Trump in PH, Left cries in Manila rallies

Militant groups on Friday took to the streets in Manila ahead of US President Donald Trump’s visit to the country next week to urge President Duterte to resist increasing US influence in the country.

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Saudi arrest of Binladin family scion shatters royal entente

Saudi arrest of Binladin family scion shatters royal entente

Saudi arrest of Binladin family scion shatters royal entente

The Binladins were also no strangers to controversy. They weathered the blow to the family name and reputation after the 9/11 attacks in New York masterminded by Osama bin Laden, a son of family patriarch Mohammed Binladin.

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Duterte says he killed a man at 16; joke again?

Duterte says he killed a man at 16; joke again?

Duterte says he killed a man at 16; joke again?

DA NANG, Vietnam—President Duterte said he had stabbed someone to death when he was just 16 years old, but his spokesperson said his claim may have been a joke.

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Duterte: Russia helped turn tide in Marawi

Duterte: Russia helped turn tide in Marawi

Duterte: Russia helped turn tide in Marawi

Da Nang, Vietnam—President Duterte on Friday thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for helping “turn the tide” in the fight against Islamic State (IS)-inspired terrorists in Marawi City.

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