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‘Under attack’

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Apart from its lawmaking functions, the Senate is one of the pillars of democracy that plays an integral part in providing the necessary check and balance to hold our officials accountable to irregularities.

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Surprisingly, even the Philippines bit the bullet and woke up to the first day of the year with no one kicking the bucket – a big improvement as compared with previous years that saw several up to dozens of people killed by firecracker explosions and stray bullets.

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Pangs of hunger

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Social media took pity on the plight of supermarket clerk Paul Matthew Tanglao after he was jailed for stealing a can of corned beef.

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It’s sad that some parts of the country were again ravaged by a strong typhoon a few days before Christmas.

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Philippine Red Cross lead for Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Dr. Susan Mercado stated last week that the Formulary Executive Council (FEC) denied the request of the Department of Health (DoH) leadership under former Secretary Janette Garin for approval on the purchase of Dengvaxia vaccine worth P3.5 billion.

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Caloocan cops again

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Controversy still hounds members of the Caloocan City Police as several cops were relieved from their posts recently for their involvement in the killing of a shirtless man during an operation.

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