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Pinoys among hurt in London tower fire

Malacañang yesterday confirmed that there were Filipinos wounded when a fire hit the Grenfell Tower in London, England which reportedly caused the death of 12 people.

The Department of Education has postponed the opening of classes in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur on June 5 to ensure the safety of learners.

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Malacañang is disappointed by the unannounced visit of United Nations Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard to the Philippines.

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Malacañang said yesterday it will return to the peace negotiation table with the communist rebels if they comply with four compelling reasons for the talks to resume.

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Malacañang yesterday appealed for cooperation following the magnitude-6.7 earthquake that rocked Surigao del Norte and killed six people Friday night.

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TO the ordinary citizen, the Presidential Spokesperson may look like the easiest job in the world as long as he or she can read the mind of the boss. In reality, that person’s ability or penchant to speak for another person is just the tip of the iceberg.

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