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Officials of the Quiapo Church in Manila are mulling the possibility of live streaming the Black Nazarene procession via Facebook due to the big number of devotees expected to attend the annual event on Monday.

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Sen. Richard J. Gordon yesterday called on the Social Security System not to renege on its promise to grant the P1,000 monthly pension hike for its members starting this month.

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President Duterte is set to award over P60 million in livelihood support funds to the cleanest coastal communities in the country this month as the government’s campaign to stop illegal fishing and other destructive fishing practices kicks into high gear.

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Health Assistant Secretary Eric Tayag, in his Twitter account, said that the DoH has monitored 524 fireworks and firecracker-related injuries as of 6 a.m. yesterday, 40 percent lower compared to 874 cases during the same period last year.

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The Armed Forces of the Philippines said yesterday that it will continue to conduct focused military operations to win the war against threat groups in the country this year.

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Senate deliberations on the various proposals to revise the 1987 Constitution are expected to gain momentum this year when Congress resumes sessions on January 16.

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