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Gov’t urged to act fast vs plastic trash from SoKor

A Quezon City-based environmental organization has pushed the government to take drastic actions against the entry of the erroneously declared plastic trash from South Korea, an incident similar to the still unresolved Canadian garbage-dumping controversy in the country.

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NBA: Embiid lifts Sixers  past Hornets in OT

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Joel Embiid repeatedly stepped to the free throw line with one thought in mind during critical moments of the Philadelphia 76ers’ overtime victory over the Charlotte Hornets. “Got to make them,” Embiid said. “They call me ‘clutch’ for a reason, so got to make them.” Embiid was 14 for 16 from the […]

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PDEA, BoC intensify drive vs drug trafficking

        THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Bureau of Customs (BoC) vowed to strengthen their partnership in the intensified campaign against illegal drug traffick­ing in the country. PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino and newly installed Customs Commis­sioner Rey Leonardo Guerrero met and discussed the close coordination of the two agencies […]

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P1.2-M marijuana seized

    POLICE seized some P1.2 million worth of marijuana from two men during a buy-bust operation at a parking lot near the Manila City Hall, Wednesday night. National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Director Guillermo Eleazar identified the suspects as Mhar Vincent Ramos, 22, and Jeff Colorado, 20, both former business students. Recovered from […]

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UCBL: Diliman regains solo lead

Games Monday (Olivarez College gym) 12 noon – PCU-Dasmariñas vs CEU 2 p.m. – TIP vs SJC-Bulacan Diliman College boosted its bid for a twice-to-beat advantage in the semis with a 107-69 drubbing of also-ran Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas yesterday in the Universities and Colleges Basketball League (UCBL) Season 3 at the Olivarez College in Parañaque […]

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NCAA: Lions bracing for Pirates fightback

By Kristel Satumbaga The San Beda Red Lions expect a more aggressive Lyceum squad when they face each other in Game 2 of their best-of-three finals series in NCAA men’s basketball on Monday. The real battle begins in this game as far as the two squads are concerned with the return of Lyceum’s star CJ […]

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