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NBI arrests 6 Chinese for kidnapping compatriots

  Six Chinese nationals have been arrested by the National Bureau of Investigation in connection with the kidnapping of three of their compatriots who owed them P7 million in gambling money. NBI Deputy Director Vicente de Guzman III identified three of the arrested Chinese as Junrong Jia, Xuenjian Li, and Quijin Tian, all of whom […]

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Tondo school CR converted into faculty room

  Another public school teacher aired through social media his complaint about a comfort room that has been converted into a faculty room in Tondo, Manila. Danilo Acosta Lumabas, a Social Studies teacher at Felipe Calderon Integrated High School in Tondo  uploaded a photo on Facebook showing his table in an old restroom turned into […]

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Duterte says violence vs Muslims will be dealt with

President Duterte has vowed to enforce the full force of the law against extremists who sow violence against the Muslim community or any tribe in the country. Speaking at the Eid’l Fitr celebration in Davao City last night, the President affirmed his commitment to keep the “fragile peace” in Mindanao which he called “home” and pledged […]

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LTO revokes license of man driving in passenger’s seat

The Land Transportation Office has revoked the driver’s license of the man in a viral video driving his car while sitting in the passenger seat. In a memorandum issued by the LTO yesterday, motorist Miko Lopez has been barred from getting a driver’s license and was also charged with multiple violations – speeding, reckless driving, […]

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PH resumes official business with Canada

The Philippine government has resumed its official interaction with Canada after it retrieved the heaps of garbage illegally shipped to the country years ago. Malacañang has issued a formal order “lifting the restrictions on travels to Canada and official interaction with representatives of the Canadian government.” The memorandum, signed by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea last […]

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2 brothers yield P160,000 Kush in QC sting

  Police seized Thursday morning P160,000 worth of high-grade marijuana known as Kush from two brothers during a buy-bust operation in Quezon City. Police Lt. Col. Joel Villanueva, Quezon City Police Station 6 (PS-6) commander, said Jason King, a 46-year-old insurance coordinator, and his younger brother Bryan King, 44, a Grab driver, both residents of […]

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