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By LEONARD D. POSTRADO Manila, Philippines – A supposed “high-profile” personality that could substantiate alleged massive cheating during the 2004 and 2007 elections is set to surface in the coming days, Justice Secretary Leila De Lima bared Wednesday. In an ambush interview, De Lima told reporters that she and Commission on Elections (Comelec) chairman Sixto […]

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By GENALYN D. KABILING Manila, Philippines – Malacañang confirmed yesterday that the Abu Sayyaf Group has allied with Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) regional terror group but allayed concerns of immediate threats to Metro Manila so far. Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda said the government has not monitored an imminent security threat in the capital but is constantly […]

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TOKYO, Japan – President Aquino pressed Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda for a review of the four-year-old Japan-Philippine Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) and allow more Filipino workers to enter the Japanese labor force. In his meeting with Noda, the President said he asked the Japanese leader to study the possibility of relaxing some provisions in the […]

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2nd Salvo

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Country braces for ‘Quiel’ as 35 lose lives due to ‘Pedring’; P1-B agri, infra lost in Luzon By Aaron B. Recuenco Manila, Philippines – From the flurry of landslides in the north and the gush of floodwaters in central and southern part, typhoon “Pedring” wrought a trail of destruction in Luzon that has so far […]

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$14-M buco juice for US

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Manila, Philippines – Eastern Visayas can readily supply the United States with its $14 million buco juice or coconut water requirements. This was revealed yesterday by An WAray partylist Rep. Florencio “Bem” Noel as he noted that the importation of coconut water to the US could boost Eastern Visaya’s economy. The region covers the provinces […]

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Today’s liturgy celebrates the important roles of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael in the divine plan of salvation. Tradition holds that angels are messengers of the divine plan of salvation. Tradition holds that angels are messengers of the divine and their work is cited in the Bible. However, only Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, are […]

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