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11 areas in Pangasinan under water

DAGUPAN CITY, Pangasinan – The sun has shone since Sunday, but flooding remains in nine municipali­ties and two cities in this province, the governor said Monday.

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Palparan convicted

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Palparan convicted

JUSTICE Secretary Menardo Gue­varra lauded yesterday the convic­tion of retired Army Major General Jovito Palparan Jr. and several oth­ers over the disappearance of two University of the Philippines (UP) students in 2006.

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43 bodies recovered in Benguet landslide

FORTY-THREE bodies have been dug up under a pile of mud and dirt as rescuers work round-the-clock to find survivors of a massive landslide that hit an abandoned mining site in Itogon, Benguet Saturday.

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Mocha Uson, Olivar slammed for disrespecting sign language

  By Argyll B. Geducos   Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson and pro-Duterte blogger Drew Olivar have again drawn flak, this time for making fun of the sign language. A video of Olivar doing a comical version of sign language was posted online and went viral on social media. In the video, Uson was heard […]

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  By MINKA TIANGCO   Police recovered about R200,000 worth of suspected marijuana from two students, one of them a Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) kagawad, in Caloocan City on Saturday morning. Police identified the suspects as Mariel Catoltol, 22, SK kagawad of Barangay 119 and resident of 2nd Street, 4th Avenue, Caloocan City; and Wilrose Borromeo, […]

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Fox’s request for extension of missionary visa denied

  By JUN RAMIREZ   The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has denied the request of Australian missionary Sister Patricia Fox to extend her stay in the country. In a two-page order signed Thursday, Fox’s request for extension, which was petitioned by the Superior of the Religieuse De Notre Dame De Sion, Inc., was denied by […]

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