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Mom hacks 2 kids in Sta. Cruz, Occidental Mindoro

Police have taken into custody a 30-year-old mother who allegedly hacked her two children to death – one of them was beheaded – in a remote area in Sta. Cruz, Occidental Mindoro. Lt. Col. Socrates Faltado, spokesperson of the Philippine National Police Region 4-A, said they are now conducting an investigation to confirm the report […]

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5 Duterte allies seeking House top post

Five allies of President Duterte are jockeying for the House Speakership, prompting opposition Rep. Edcel Lagman to urge them to choose a “common administration candidate” among themselves. This would raise the chances that the eventual Minority Leader would represent a “genuine opposition” in the House of Representatives, Lagman said. “The members of the House of […]

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34 hurt as 2 LRT-2 trains collide in Quezon City

  Thirty-four people were injured when two trains of the Light Rail Transit Line 2 (LRT-2) collided Saturday night between Cubao and Anonas stations in Quezon City. The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) said 30 of those injured are passengers while four are train personnel. They were rushed to World City Medical Center, Amang Rodriguez […]

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Palace denies Rody was hospitalized at Cardinal Santos

Malacañang yesterday denied new rumors that President Duterte was hospitalized at the Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan City. In a text message, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea said the rumors are not true, adding the President was probably just resting. “He should probably be in his quarters and resting like what I will do […]

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Andanar: Black propaganda backfired

Communication Secretary Martin Andanar said the public may have decided to vote for the senatorial bets of President Duterte because they were insulted by the black propaganda aimed at the Chief Executive and his family. Andanar made the statement as the canvassing of votes in Monday’s elections continues. Based on partial, official results, none of […]

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Hefty oil price increases this week

Following two weeks of price cuts, Filipino consumers will have their pockets pinched once again by hefty price increases in petroleum products this week. As initially calculated by industry players, gasoline prices may increase by P0.95 to P1 per liter while the costs of diesel and kerosene may go up by as much as P0.75 […]

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