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Letter to the Editor

I write to correct the inaccuracies in the column of Johnny Dayang, which was published in Tempo on December 29, 2017.

Christmas tragedies

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Filipino Christmas observance is a cherished tradition of our Catholic heritage. Although certain Christian sects do not give Christmas as much importance as Catholics do, Filipinos have developed a unique culture that makes the yuletide season as a time for family and group reunions and homecomings.

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Sixty-five journalists and media workers were killed worldwide in 2017, according to annual figures published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Tuesday.

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Federalism and BBL

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Recently, in what was billed as the Muslim tour de force to stress their rightful demand to be heard by the government, thousands of Moros joined the Bangsamoro Assembly in Sultan Kudarat, South Cotabato.

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Innovation facility

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The physical infrastructure of a certain locality such as roads, bridges, airports and seaports are important instruments to advance local development. Such facilities serve as channels through which the much-needed products, services, resources and information are brought to communities in order to speed up and improve the lives of local residents.

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“When the obstacle is removed and our political aim attained, the war will stop. Nevertheless if the obstacle is not completely swept away, the war will have to continue until the aim is fully accomplished.” Mao Zedong on “Protracted War.”

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