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    TWO robbery suspects, who were located through the GPS of a stolen mobile phone, were killed in shootout with policemen eight hours after breaking into an auto parts shop in Quezon City on Monday. Members of Quezon City Police Station 4 said the unidentified suspects were described to be in their late 20s […]

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BI detains 2 aliens with fake passports

  TWO foreigners were detained by the Bureau of Immigration (BI) for attempting to leave the country with fake passports. According to BI port operations chief Grifton Medina, the Columbian and Chinese passengers were apprehended in separate incidents last week at the NAIA terminal 3 as they were about to board their outbound flights. Arrested […]

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NBI asked to probe ex-beauty queen’s death after sinus surgery

  BATANGAS CITY— A 27-year-old former beauty queen died three days after undergoing a sinus surgery in a private hospital in Batangas, it was reported Tuesday. The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Region 4 was asked to investigate the death of Mary Grace Villanueva, who was crowned Miss Calaca in 2007 and served as Sangguniang […]

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Why do women return to abusive relationship?

  Dear Manay Gina, I am very concerned with my best-friend. She is now back with her husband, who has abused her in the past. After hearing her stories, Ipoured my heart into giving her the best advice on how to stand up and be strong. Now, she is back with that guy, who was […]

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Dealing with the reality

    IN serving the purpose of R.A. No. 11166 or the HIV/AIDS Policy Act of 2018, we can do a lot more that are ei­ther directed or not directed by the said law. Recognizing that HIV/AIDS is a serious problem in our country, we can be part of the solution by doing preventive measures. […]

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Egypt TV host jailed for  interviewing gay man

CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court has sentenced a TV presenter to a year in prison for interviewing a gay sex worker on his show. Mohammed el-Gheiti was found guilty of encouraging immorality over an August 2018 segment in which the guest described his profession. El-Gheiti, who can appeal the ruling, was fined around $170 […]

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