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2 holdup suspects killed in shootout

Police identified the slain suspects as Jayson Alquilos of Barangay Ramon Magsaysay, Bago-Bantay; and Joseph Lucas of Barangay Silangan, Cubao, who had records of involvement in robbery holdup and snatching incidents along Congressional Avenue.

Their lives once filled with scandals, drug surrenderees have resorted to making sandals in an effort to correct their past mistakes.

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IN 1947, a Memorial Cemetery for Filipino military personnel who had served in World War II was set up within Fort Bonifacio in Bicutan, Taguig City. The war had ended in 1945 and a new Philippine republic established in 1946. The many Filipino soldiers who had died in the war, from privates to generals, would have a fitting resting place.

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Sampung katao ang napatay ng mga pulis sa magkakahiwalay na operasyon kontra droga at kriminalidad simula noong Huwebes ng hapon hanggang madaling araw kahapon sa Quezon City.

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Our RM awardee

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OMBUDSMAN Conchita Carpio Morales joins today the honor roll of recipients of the Ramon Magsaysay Award, cited for distinction in their fields and for having helped others generously without expecting public recognition.

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The President frowned on the original name of the seat of government power, “Malacañang Palace,” because it supposedly “sucks with imperialism.”

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