Daily Archive: December 1, 2017

How do you apologize when accused of sexual misconduct? In Hollywood, it runs the gamut

How do you apologize when accused of sexual misconduct? In Hollywood, it runs the gamut

Traditionally, this is the time of year when Hollywood practices its acceptance speeches; instead many high-profile members of the entertainment industry have been perfecting their apologies.

As the number of men accused of sexual harassment and misconduct continues to increase, so do the ways…

Trump’s tweet scolds wrong May in UK

Trump’s tweet scolds wrong May in UK

Trump’s tweet scolds wrong May in UK

LONDON—A British woman inundated with unwanted attention after US President Donald Trump sent her a scolding tweet intended for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday she was waiting for an apology.

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WHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengue vaccine

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengue vaccine

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengue vaccine

In December 2015, Dengvaxia, the world’s first vaccine against dengue virus developed by French pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur, was licensed and approved for use in the Philippines by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Alvarez: Sereno’s statements outside hearing ‘invalid’

Alvarez: Sereno’s statements outside hearing ‘invalid’

Alvarez: Sereno’s statements outside hearing ‘invalid’

Whatever argument Chief Justice Maria Lourdes raises in media cannot be considered a valid defense in the impeachment charges against her because it is not the proper forum, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said on Friday.

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De Lima renews plea for freedom

De Lima renews plea for freedom

De Lima renews plea for freedom

Opposition Sen. Leila de Lima has asked the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court (RTC) to reconsider the arrest order it issued last month because she had earlier appealed for a review of the deficient cases against her with the Supreme Court.

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Extension of martial law in Mindanao pushed

Extension of martial law in Mindanao pushed

The head of the interagency task force overseeing the rebuilding of war-torn Marawi City wants martial law in Mindanao extended to secure rehabilitation efforts and foil attempts to recruit people into terrorist groups.

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‘Troops have no choice but shoot insurgents’

‘Troops have no choice but shoot insurgents’

‘Troops have no choice but shoot insurgents’

Government troops have no choice but to shoot armed New People’s Army (NPA) rebels because their refusal to lay down arms shows their resolve to kill Filipino soldiers, according to presidential spokesperson Harry Roque.

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Aguirre: Drug suspects can’t leave PH sans gov’t clearance

Aguirre: Drug suspects can’t leave PH sans gov’t clearance

Aguirre: Drug suspects can’t leave PH sans gov’t clearance

The eight people who have been indicted for the smuggling of P6.4 billion worth of illegal drugs last May cannot leave the country without clearance from the government, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said on Friday.

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Citing risks, DOH stops P3.5-B dengue vaccine drive

Citing risks, DOH stops P3.5-B dengue vaccine drive

Citing risks, DOH stops P3.5-B dengue vaccine drive

The Department of Health (DOH) has suspended a massive dengue immunization program and on Friday ordered the close observation of those who had received the world’s first antidengue vaccine after its manufacturer admitted it could worsen the disease in some cases.

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News Briefs: Ex-model accused in Davao businessman slay nabbed

News Briefs: Ex-model accused in Davao businessman slay nabbed

The Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) arrested on Thursday a former model who has been hiding for a year after he was accused of killing a Davao City businessman.

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