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Duterte apologizes to fishermen

Duterte apologizes to fishermen

  President Duterte said he does not mean to belittle the plight of the 22 fishermen who were aban­doned at sea by a Chinese vessel when he referred to the Recto Bank incident as a “little” maritime incident. In an interview with reporters in Mandaluyong City, Duterte apolo­gized to the fishermen if they feel that […]

Police finding clues on Korean’s death

  ANTIPOLO CITY – Police are collecting footages from closed circuit televisions (CCTV) to help in the investigation of the death of a 58-year-old Korean travel agency owner whose body was found last June 16 on Taktak Road in Barangay dela Paz. Joo Yeong-wook, also a popular writer, had been positively identified by his wife […]

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Trainer banned

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Trainer banned

The Stronach Group, which owns the track located northeast of Los Angeles, said in a statement that Hollendorfer ‘‘is no longer welcome to stable, race or train horses at any of our facilities.’’

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Kim receives ‘excellent’ letter from Trump: KCNA

SEOUL (AFP) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un received a personal letter of ”excellent content” from US President Donald Trump, the country’s state media said yesterday, amid a nuclear deadlock between Pyongyang and Washington. Talks have been stalled since the collapse of a second summit between the two leaders in February after they failed […]

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Ex-cop gunned down in Pasay

A former member of the Philippine National Police was gunned down by two motorcycle-riding gunmen while driving his passenger tricycle in Pasay City Saturday. Police identified the victim as Darwin Cruz, 44, of Barangay 64, Pasay. Investigation showed that the incident occurred at around 3:45 p.m. in front of a fast food chain on Arnaiz […]

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6 family members killed in Caloocan fire

Six members of a family were killed while another was injured in a fire that hit a house in Caloocan City early yesterday morning. Supt. Stephen Requina, city fire marshal, identified the victims as Maricel Roxas, 33; Robert Basas, 10; Edwardo Roxas, 8; a certain Langoy Basas, 4; Niño Basas, 3; and JP Basas, 2, […]

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