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Filipino jeepney artists stalked by extinction

Bernardo de la Cruz casts his eyes around the nearly silent workshop where he used to toil overtime hand-painting custom decor on jeepneys, the singularly Philippine minibuses facing the scrapheap. These rolling art galleries adorned with images of everything from Batman to babies, as well as disco lights and chrome wheels, have for decades provided cheap […]

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Blasts anger Duterte

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Blasts anger Duterte

Outraged about the twin blasts in Jolo, Sulu, President Duterte has ordered the military to implement more stringent safety measures to prevent a repeat of the incident amid lapses in security. Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the President wanted the troops to ensure the safety of the people after deploring attempts by groups to sow terror and derail peace efforts […]

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Bombing more reason to keep ML in Mindanao, says Palace

The martial law proclamation in Mindanao remains effective and necessary even after the twin explosions that hit a church in Jolo, Sulu Sunday, Malacañang said Monday. Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo defended the martial rule prevailing in Mindanao, saying the Jolo incident was “more reason” to keep the proclamation in the South. “They are saying that despite martial law, […]

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Dyslexia, learning disabilities

  DYSLEXIA is a common learning difficulty that can cause prob­lems with reading, writing and spelling. Dyslexic children and adults struggle to read fluently, spell words correctly and learn a second language. The condition is described as ‘dyslexia’, from the Greek meaning ‘difficulty with words’. They struggle more in school because it takes them longer […]

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Police in Luzon and the Visayas were placed under heightened alert status to prevent a spillover of bomb attacks following the deadly cathedral bombings in Sulu Sunday. Senior Supt. Bernard Banac, spokesperson of the Philippine National Police, said the alert status order mandates all police commanders to implement the necessary preventive measures that would deny any group to […]

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4 ways faith fuels goals

    DO you have faith goals this 2019? I like to call it faith goals, since some of the goals we set are too outrageous! When it comes to pursuing success in whatever aspect in our life, it makes so much sense to hope and believe for something that our hu­man eyes cannot perceive […]

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