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2 US men in woman’s slay moved Mandaluyong City Jail

    THE two Americans, who were arrested last December after dumping the body of a woman into Pasig River, were moved to the Mandaluyong City Jail last week, a police official said yesterday. Senior Supt. Moises Villaceran, Mandaluyong City Police chief, said suspects Troy Woody Jr., 21; and Mir Islam, 22, will have a […]

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Black box found from  crashed Lion Air jet

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia has found the cockpit voice recorder from a Lion Air plane more than two months after the Boeing Co 737 MAX jet crashed into the sea near Jakarta, killing all 189 people on board, search officials said on Monday. Naval Lieutenant Colonel Agung Nugroho told Reuters a weak signal from the […]

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Locsin vows to uncover passport data breach

Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro L. Locsin Jr. has vowed to uncover those behind the alleged data breach in the passport system as well as the “yellows” who orchestrated the existing service contract to manufacture the E-passport. In a series of fiery tweets over the weekend, Locsin suggested that a Senate probe should be put in order to […]

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Duterte sacks Bacolod police chief

President Duterte has fired Bacolod City chief of police Senior Supt. Francis Ebreo and four other policemen for their alleged involvement in illegal drugs. Malacañang said Duterte made the announcement in a private event in a hotel in Bacolod City the other day. “I’d like to know if the chief of police is here. If […]

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Fingerprints lifted from gun used in bowling champ’s slay

PROBERS have lifted fingerprints from the gun believed to have been used in the killing of former world youth bowling champion Angelo Nathaniel Constantino in San Juan City, police bared Sunday.

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Duterte respects Christian faith

Malacañang said yesterday that President Duterte continues to respect the Christian faith despite his continued criticisms against the Catholic Church. Duterte has been criticized anew when he joked that street idlers or “tambays” should rob bishops because they have a lot of money. Panelo explained that Duterte, despite his attacks against the Catholic Church, continues to respect their […]

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