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PAGASA monitoring LPA

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration continues to monitor a low pressure area east of the country that may develop into a tropical depression before the weekend. According to PAGASA weather specialist Ezra Bulquerin, the LPA was estimated at 2,415 kilometers east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur or still outside the country’s area of […]

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ILIGAN CITY, Lanao del Norte – The Moro Islamic Liberation Front has pledged to contribute to peace and order and respect the results of the Jan. 21 and Feb. 6 plebiscite on the Bangsamoro Organic Law in this province where a “no” vote is being vigorously campaigned by local leaders. Lanao del Norte Rep. Khalid […]

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Duterte berates Ebreo, 4 other cops

President Duterte has berated the sacked police chief of Bacolod City and four other policemen for the proliferation of illegal drugs in their area as he warned other policemen not to emulate their errant colleagues. The President summoned Senior Supt. Francisco Ebreo, chief of police of Bacolod, and four other policemen assigned to the locality […]

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Gun used vs bowling champ unregistered

The gun used in the killing of bowling national team member 48-year-old Angelo Nathaniel Constantino was not registered, police disclosed Wednesday. The Philippine National Police-Firearms and Explosives Office said the caliber .45 pistol with serial number 125706 has no record in their database. Constantino’s assailant left the gun he used at the parking basement of E-Lanes Bowling […]

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An Indonesian held hostage by the Abu Sayyaf Group was rescued in Sulu last Tuesday after four months in captivity, the military said Wednesday. Indonesian hostage Juragan Kapal Samsul Saguni was rescued through the efforts of former Sulu Gov. Abdul Sakur Tan and soldiers of the Army 41st Infantry Battalion, 5th Infantry Division, and the 11th Infantry […]

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Filipinos in Nairobi, Kenya are advised to avoid the Westlands neighborhood following a suspected terror attack inside an upscale hotel in the area. On Tuesday, gunmen stormed the DusitD2 compound, a posh hotel and office complex, located in the affluent neighborhood of Westlands. Ambassador to Kenya Norman Garibay said there were five fatalities in the […]

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