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Opposition chieftain Vice President Jejomar Binay vowed to liberalize the granting of government-funded scholarships to students if and when he becomes the next Chief Executive.

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Congress will investigate the implementation of the fair use policy on Internet use in the country following accusations that service providers have been shortchanging consumers with slow and expensive service.

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Presidential aspirant Sen. Grace Poe yesterday admitted that the two deoxyribonucleic acid tests she underwent to verify her kinship with probable biological relatives both turned out negative.

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Senator Grace Poe-Llamanzares yesterday called for an intensified government-private sector partnership to effectively advance the fight against poverty and uphold children’s rights against abuses.

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Menorca faces raps

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The parents of the helper of expelled Iglesia Ni Cristo minister Lowell Menorca II yesterday lodged criminal charges against their daughter’s employers, whom they claimed to have held her daughter captive.

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Suspected Abu Sayyaf gunmen have demanded more than $60 million for two Canadians and a Norwegian they are holding in the jungles of the southern Philippines in the largest ransom the Muslim militants have sought for their hostages in years.

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