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Sabalones death to affect Cebu drugs trade

Sabalones death to affect Cebu drugs trade

CEBU CITY – The death of self-confessed Cebuano drug lord Frans Sabalones will affect the distribution of illegal drugs in Cebu, the top officer of the Philippine National Police Regional Office in Central Visayas said Monday. Police Brig. Gen. Debold Sinas said since Sabalones was a main source of illegal drug in Cebu, his death […]

Jeepney hits barrier; 5 dead, 14 hurt

IBAAN, Batangas – A rented passenger jeepney missed a right turn off a steep downhill and slammed into a concrete barrier, killing five persons and injuring 14 others Saturday morning in Barangay Balanga. Among the dead was the driver, Wilfredo Macabudbod, 59, of Calamba, Laguna, according to Patrolman Anthony Penid of Ibaan police. The other […]

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Manila Cathedral warns public vs fake Facebook page

    The Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, Manila warned the public on Monday against a fake Facebook account using its name to sell a “miraculous medal.” “We were informed that there is an account using the name ‘Manila Cathedral’ and selling a ‘miraculous medal’ blessed by priests and bishops from the Vatican,” the Manila Cathedral […]

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Exercise ‘Godly vote’, Tagle tells youth

  As the midterm election nears, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle urged young voters to exercise their “Godly vote” in choosing the candidates to fill up the 18,000 positions in the local and national level. “Let us carefully study the character of the candidates, which must be done in a humble manner. Let us be […]

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PBA: Phoenix finds way to prevail

by Jonas Terrado Game Today (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 7 p.m. – Magnolia vs Rain or Shine (Rain or Shine leads series 2-1) Talk about rising from the ashes. Phoenix Pulse finally displayed the composure it lacked in the first two games as it survived San Miguel Beer, 92-90, last night to cut its deficit to […]

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Metro air temperature soars to 36.6 degrees Celsius

Air temperature in Metro Manila is getting higher as the mercury went up to 36.6 degrees Celsius Sunday, the highest so far this dry season. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration recorded the 36.6 degrees Celsius air temperature at the Science Garden monitoring station in Quezon City at around 2:56 p.m. It surpassed […]

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