Family of Fil-Am postal worker killed by racist 20 years ago continues crusade

  LOS ANGELES -- Joseph Ileto had the day off on Aug. 10, 1999, his mother recalled. But when his coworker called in sick, he didn't hesitate to cover his shift, she said.   She remembered speaking to her son briefly on the phone that morning, but she didn't know it would be the last time she would hear his voice.   Ileto, a Filipino American postal worker, was delivering mail in a Los Angeles neighborhood that day when he was shot and killed by a white supremacist who had earlier in the day opened fire at a nearby Jewish community center, injuring five people.   "As a mother when you lose a child, especially your first born to a hate crime, t...

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Duterte: Urban Dictionary Defines It As ‘Scam,’ ‘Traitor’
Urban Dictionary Defines “Duterte” As ‘Scam,’ ‘Traitor’ DUTERTE – Urban Dictionary defines the word “duterte”, after President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, as “fake,” “traitor,” “treacherous,” and “a scam” Davaoeño politician and lawyer Rodrigo Roa Duterte is the 16th and current president of the Republic of the Philippines. He is dubbed as the “Dirty Harry of Davao” […] The post Duterte: Urban Dictionary Defines It As ‘Scam,’ ‘Traitor’ appeared first on Philippine News.
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Hong Kong leader says dialogue and ‘mutual respect’ offer way out of chaos
HONG KONG — Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a peaceful weekend anti-government protest was the start of efforts to restore calm and that talks with non-violent protesters would provide “a way out” for the Chinese-ruled city. Hundreds of thousands of protesters rallied peacefully in torrential rain on Sunday in the eleventh week of what have […] The post Hong Kong leader says dialogue and ‘mutual respect’ offer way out of chaos appeared first on Interaksyon.
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Facebook Launches New Tool Which Disables Data Gathering
Facebook Launches New Tool Which Disables Data Gathering FACEBOOK – Social media platform Facebook adds another new feature which enables users to block the platform from collecting data about them. According to Inquirer, the company behind the platform recently fulfilled its promise to add a tool which allows users to block them from gathering information […] The post Facebook Launches New Tool Which Disables Data Gathering appeared first on Philippine News.
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DOTA 2 TI9 Main Event Day 2 | The International 2019 – Live Streaming
LIVE STREAMING – DOTA 2 TI9 Main Event Day 2 (The International) DAY 2 – Watch and enjoy the live streaming of the most-anticipated gaming tournament DOTA 2 TI9 Main Event Day 2 (The International). DOTA 2 is one of the most popular multiplayer games not only in the Philippines but also in different countries […] The post DOTA 2 TI9 Main Event Day 2 | The International 2019 – Live Streaming appeared first on Philippine News.
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Erwan Heussaff Claps Back To Criticisms Over Anne Curtis’ Sultry Photo
Erwan Heussaff slams bashers of his wife’s photo. ERWAN HEUSSAFF – The chef and famous vlogger Erwan Heussaff has this reaction to criticisms against the sultry movie poster of Anne Curtis and Marco Gumabao. The Kapamilya actress Anne Curtis has an upcoming sexy movie with the younger leading man Marco Gumabao entitled “Just A Stranger”. […] The post Erwan Heussaff Claps Back To Criticisms Over Anne Curtis’ Sultry Photo appeared first on Philippine News.
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PAGASA: Low Pressure Area (LPA) In Northern Samar
PAGASA: Low Pressure Area (LPA) In Northern Samar, Brings Scattered Rains PAGASA – Weather bureau PAGASA recently said that the low pressure area (LPA) near Northern Samar will bring scattered rains. According to Philstar, the low pressure area (LPA), which is located near the eastern part of the city of Catarman, Northern Samar or at […] The post PAGASA: Low Pressure Area (LPA) In Northern Samar appeared first on Philippine News.
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BREAKING NEWS: Barangay Kagawad, Priest Shot in San Pablo, Laguna
Still Unidentified Persons Shot Barangay Kagawad, Priest in San Pablo, Laguna BARANGAY KAGAWAD – A kagawad in Brgy. Concepcion in San Pablo City, Laguna and a priest were shot by still unidentified suspects. Every day, a lot of heartbreaking incidents are happening in the different parts of the Philippines. These incidents seem to show that […] The post BREAKING NEWS: Barangay Kagawad, Priest Shot in San Pablo, Laguna appeared first on Philippine News.
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Dimples Romana Shares Photo W/ Coco Martin, Caption Intrigues Netizens
Dimples Romana, Coco Martin Photo Has Intriguing Caption DIMPLES ROMANA – ABS-CBN actress Dimples Romana wrote an intriguing caption in her selfie picture with Coco Martin. ABS-CBN tv network is considered one of the most competitive tv networks in the Philippines. Their shows reached almost all the corners of the country. The tv network has […] The post Dimples Romana Shares Photo W/ Coco Martin, Caption Intrigues Netizens appeared first on Philippine News.
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Quezon town vice mayor shot dead
LUCENA CITY -- A lone gunman shot and killed the incumbent vice mayor of San Andres, Quezon inside the town official's residence Tuesday night. Vice Mayor Sergio "Popoy" Emprese, 60, was in the living room of his residence in Calmar Homes Subdivision in Barangay Ibabang Dupay when he was shot in the head at around 8:40 p.m., Lt. Colonel Reydante Ariza, Lucena City police chief, said in a spot report. The gunman fled immediately after the attack.   Emprese was brought to hospital where he expired while being revived. Police were conducting an investigation to identify the gunman and his motive. Emprese, also served as the town's mayor, was the patriarch of a pol...Keep on reading: Quezon town vice mayor shot dead
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Security, antisubversion laws to curb terrorism, crimes
MANILA, Philippines --- Philippine National Police chief, Gen. Oscar Albayalde, on Tuesday advised the public to look at the proposed amendments to the Human Security Act of 2007 in a positive light. "These laws are meant to address criminality, terrorism. This is not to address political rivalry," he said at a press briefing in Camp Crame. The proposed amendments to the Human Security Act include extending the wiretapping period of suspected criminal acts from 30 days to 90 days, and the period of allowable detention from 36 hours to as long as 60 days. Interior Secretary Eduardo Ao has expressed support for the proposed changes, saying the law has safeguards against abuse. ...Keep on reading: Security, antisubversion laws to curb terrorism, crimes
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President ‘not worried’ POGOs near military camps are spy hubs
MANILA, Philippines --- President Rodrigo Duterte was not worried over the presence of Philippine offshore gaming operation (POGO) hubs near military camps amid concerns that these might be used for spying activities, presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said. "The President said, with respect to proximity, any foreign national group here need not be near military camps in order to get intelligence. Because considering that they're hi-tech, even if you're 1,000 miles away, they can spy on us if they want," Panelo said. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana earlier expressed concern over the proposed POGO hubs, citing national security. While the concern raised by Lorenzana was...Keep on reading: President ‘not worried’ POGOs near military camps are spy hubs
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Dengue hits Chinese workers in Bataan
MARIVELES, Bataan, Philippines --- More than 100 Chinese workers in a coal-fired power plant here have been afflicted with the dengue virus, a health official said. According to Dr. Rosanna Buccahan, Bataan provincial health officer, the Chinese were employees of GNPower Ltd., which operates the 600-megawatt power plant in the coastal village of Alas-asin here. She said 94 of the Chinese workers contracted the virus at their barracks inside the plant from May to July. The remaining 24 cases were recorded this month and most of them were taken to Pampanga Medical Specialist Hospital in Guagua town, Pampanga province, she said. About 400 Chinese, mostly construction workers, h...Keep on reading: Dengue hits Chinese workers in Bataan
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Blast rocks Maguindanao; bombing foiled in Kudarat
COTABATO CITY, Maguindanao, Philippines --- An explosion believed to be the handiwork of Islamic State-linked Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) rocked a remote village in Maguindanao province on Monday night, hours after the military and police stopped the bombing of a government checkpoint along the national highway in nearby Sultan Kudarat province. Lt. Col. Roberto Breboneria, spokesperson for the Army's 6th Infantry Division, said no one was hurt in the explosion at Barangay Kiteb, about 20 kilometers away from the town center of Datu Anggal Midtimbang in Maguindanao, around 7 p.m. on Monday. Breboneria said another bomb, which was supposedly intended for investigators...Keep on reading: Blast rocks Maguindanao; bombing foiled in Kudarat
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DENR eyes land status change as farms expand in Cordillera
BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines --- Communities and farmlands now occupy 300,000 hectares of Cordillera forests, indicating that 16 percent of the region's forest reservations need to be reclassified as agriculture lands that can be titled, according to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Only 15 percent (282,543 ha) of the region's 1.8 million-ha area is alienable and disposable because the forestry code prohibits lands with 18-percent slopes from being inhabited and developed. "We need to improve [Cordillera] land tenure because these areas have been occupied for many years but are still classified as forestlands," said Ralph Pablo, DENR director in ...Keep on reading: DENR eyes land status change as farms expand in Cordillera
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Regions Briefs: Aug. 21, 2019
Village exec dead, priest wounded in Laguna shooting   SAN PEDRO CITY, Laguna, Philippines --- A village councilor died while a priest was wounded in a gun attack in San Pablo City in Laguna province on Monday night, police said.   Lt. Col. Eliseo Bernales, San Pablo City police chief, said Richard Galit, a council member of Barangay 3-D, died while undergoing surgery in a hospital in San Pablo.   Police said Galit, 36, appeared to be the primary target of the attack.   Galit was driving his Toyota Fortuner on Shatelig Avenue when gunmen on a motorcycle shot him when he slowed down at an intersection.   Catholic priest Mil Larano, wh...Keep on reading: Regions Briefs: Aug. 21, 2019
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Martha Stewart goes to SM, falls in love with Kultura
Lifestyle icon, award-winning TV host and bestselling author Martha Stewart visited last Monday some famous Manila landmarks, including SM Mall of Asia. And she fell in love with Kultura, SM's specialty boutique of Filipino handicrafts and products. Stewart is in town this week for a leadership talk organized by ABS-CBN News Channel, held yesterday at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila. According to Steven Tan, chief operating officer of SM Supermalls, Stewart expressed her admiration for Filipino craftsmanship on seeing the Kultura merchandise. "You can see the pride of the people who made them," Tan quoted Stewart. Stewart was supposed to stay for only an hour but stayed f...Keep on reading: Martha Stewart goes to SM, falls in love with Kultura
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Red Lions make it seven straight
It lacked the tense atmosphere that usually packs coliseums each time both teams played over the last two seasons---for a reason. San Beda still has an enviable roster that makes it a title favorite while Lyceum is still finding its identity with the graduation of its enigmatic star. The Red Lions cruised to an 88-73 victory over the Pirates, stretching their unbeaten start to seven games Tuesday night in the 95th NCAA men's basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre. "It was a total team effort," said San Beda mentor Boyet Fernandez. San Beda has actually won its last 21 matches, counting from last season. Among those wins were victories over the Pirates, the only g...Keep on reading: Red Lions make it seven straight
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How The Estate Makati will redefine Ayala Avenue
Taste and refinement along the landmark Ayala Avenue remains an endless work in progress. When The Estate Makati tops off, it will stake its claim as the crowning jewel of a justly renowned avenue that has its own architectural history. This highly ambitious project is a partnership between SMDC and Federal Land Inc. To be designed by the award-winning architectural firm Foster + Partners, it promises to be a marvel of engineering in a new epoch of high-rise construction in the country. Advances in skyscraper technology will have much to do with The Estate's design and construction. To start the design process, Foster + Partners studied the city's topography, including w...Keep on reading: How The Estate Makati will redefine Ayala Avenue
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Ex-cop tagged in teenagers’ slay denied bail
MANILA, Philippines --- A Navotas judge has denied the bail petition of a former policeman who is being tried for the murder of teenagers Carl Angelo Arnaiz and Reynaldo "Kulot" de Guzman. Judge Romana Lindayag del Rosario of the Navotas City Regional Trial Court Branch 287 said in an order released recently that there was sufficient evidence to try Jeffrey Perez, a former Caloocan City police patrolman, for the victims' death. "With the evidence thus presented by the prosecution, the court finds the evidence sufficient to sustain the continued prosecution of the accused without opportunity to post bail. There is reason to uphold therefore [the] constitutional provision which provi...Keep on reading: Ex-cop tagged in teenagers’ slay denied bail
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Are Filipino homes ready for app-controlled appliances?
Not far from the South Korean city of Busan lies the industrial city of Changwon. Here, factories are owned by numerous globally recognizable South Korean conglomerates, including LG, where it produces its home appliances. LG has started pushing for smart technology in Filipino homes, not just in their TVs, but also in their kitchen appliances, washing machines, and air conditioners. The central figure in this smart integration is the LG Smart ThinQ application, with which users can monitor and control their LG home appliances anywhere with an internet connection through their smartphone. In the summer months, a common frustration for many is coming home, turning on your air...Keep on reading: Are Filipino homes ready for app-controlled appliances?
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Manila, SPD policemen cited for heroism
MANILA, Philippines --- The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) on Tuesday honored two police officers for going above and beyond the call of duty. Pat. Jonathan Stanley Dionisio of the Manila Police District and Cpl. Jeffrey Javier of the Southern Police District were named "Pulis Magiting" awardees of the NCRPO and Ayala Foundation. Dionisio was cited for chasing on foot and arresting a robbery suspect at the Lagusnilad underpass in Ermita, Manila, on Aug. 2. The chase was captured by the dashboard camera of a passing vehicle, earning Dionisio praise from netizens, Manila Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagoso and Gen. Oscar Albayalde, the Philippine National Police ...Keep on reading: Manila, SPD policemen cited for heroism
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Teaching our daughters to not gossip or envy other girls
Women fighting other women has been a recurring theme on television shows and movies for as long as I can remember. There is always a reason for one woman to slap the other, or for them to start pulling each other's hair---from stealing one girl's husband/boyfriend to sabotaging the chances of the other in office or school. There are long-lost sisters turned enemies, oppressive rich girl versus poor heroine, etc., until the victim has had enough and vows vengeance. Do these themes sound familiar? Imagine growing up exposed to this kind of female culture. It may appear harmless on the outside, but if you look closely, you will see how negatively it can affect relationships and, in t...Keep on reading: Teaching our daughters to not gossip or envy other girls
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Catch that fly!
The uninvited guests to any party are germ-carrying flies. To have them dropping in on your beautiful food is a big turn-off. Here's a simple fly trap that we discovered at a friend's horse farm. You will need: 2-l empty plastic soda bottle Scissors Tape Black or dark paper Tape measure Food to attract flies Cut 1/3 of the plastic bottle off the top. Place your food bait inside the bottom half of the cut plastic bottle. Keep in mind that the more attractive the bait, the more flies you will catch. Place your new fly trap in a place not too close to your food or guests but close enough to attract the flies that may be on their way. Tip: This contraption works w...Keep on reading: Catch that fly!
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Deal reunites NLEX with rising big man
Michael Miranda, whose career was on the rise with NLEX before he was traded away, found his way back to the Road Warriors in a deal that sent point guard Juami Tiongson to NorthPort. "It so happened that Mike was available. Since Mike came from our team before and knows my system, he became a natural consideration," said NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao. "We did not want to give up Juami, but NorthPort insisted that he be the one included in the deal. We offered our second round picks but they insisted on Juami," Guiao added. Miranda played for the Road Warriors before being included in the three-team that netted NLEX center Poy Erram. ---MARK GIONGCO...Keep on reading: Deal reunites NLEX with rising big man
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F2 Logistics marches to PSL finals
F2 Logistics marched to its fourth straight Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference finals appearance as it knocked out Foton, 25-19, 25-23, 17-25, 25-19, in the semifinals Tuesday at Muntinlupa Sports Center. The Cargo Movers didn't need to avail of their twice-to-beat protection as Kalei Mau, Majoy Baron and Kianna Dy thwarted the tournament hopes of the Tornadoes and their towering sister duo of Jaja Santiago and Dindin Santiago-Manabat. Mau spearheaded the charge, scattering 16 points on top of 12 digs and 8 excellent receptions throughout the match that lasted two hours and 12 minutes. Mau, a key acquisition by F2 Logistics during the season break, will make her first tit...Keep on reading: F2 Logistics marches to PSL finals
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Bea Alonzo breaks online silence, posts about feeling ‘loved’
MANILA, Philippines --- Actress Bea Alonzo has broken her silence on social media with a positive message on feeling "loved," a month after her cryptic post hinting at betrayal. On Tuesday, Alonzo shared a throwback photo of herself with her mother. "In the midst of my home renovation, I was going through old photos to choose what to put on our family wall when I saw this picture," Alonzo said. https://www.instagram.com/p/B1Ym6QrlGlq/ "I think I was one year old when this picture was taken. My mom carrying me and I had the biggest smile as I was enjoying my chocolate given to me by my Lola. Simple lang ang buhay," she continued. "I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth...Keep on reading: Bea Alonzo breaks online silence, posts about feeling ‘loved’
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Stories of discrimination at Senate hearing: ‘They keep happening’
MANILA, Philippines --- "They [acts of discrimination] keep happening and yet after 19 years, the SOGIE Equality bill remains unpassed." A transgender rights advocate pointed this out on Tuesday's Senate Committee on Women hearing on the Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Expression (SOGIE) Equality bill after various tales of gender discrimination were shared by several victims. Roi Galfo from the LGBTQ+ party-list group recalled how she was discriminated against and humiliated by a human resources officer when she tried to use a female restroom. Galfo said that when she had earlier asked the HR department if she could use the women's restroom if the one for persons with ...Keep on reading: Stories of discrimination at Senate hearing: ‘They keep happening’
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Bables backs SOGIE bill but stresses no law can teach respect
MANILA, Philippines --- Actor Christian Bables is all for the passage of the Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression (SOGIE) bill, but he points out no law can teach a person how to "respect, understand and love." "Dapat na siyang maipatupad para guided na ng law 'yung mga tao," Bables said Tuesday when asked for his opinion about the bill after the press conference of his upcoming movie "The Panti Sisters." "But wala naman kasing law or kahit anong libro ang makakapagturo sa isang tao kung paano rumespeto, umunawa at magmahal. Nasa sariling desisyon pa rin 'yan kung paano ka magiging tao sa kapwa mo tao," he stressed. On the matter of transgender men and ...Keep on reading: Bables backs SOGIE bill but stresses no law can teach respect
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Año backs changes to Human Security Act to fight terrorism
MANILA, Philippines --- Interior Secretary Eduardo Ao said Tuesday that he would support the proposed amendments to the Human Security Act (HSA), particularly the longer wiretapping and detention period as part of efforts to counter terrorism. According to Ao, terrorism is a coordinated crime that has mounted over time and will require intensified efforts so it can be effectively repelled by the government. "We are facing new and old terrorism challenges. To meet this challenge, our laws must adapt as well to the changing security environment," he said in a statement. Ao, a former chief-of-staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, said experience has shown that battling te...Keep on reading: Año backs changes to Human Security Act to fight terrorism
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Should POGOs be banned? Lorenzana says it needs thorough study
https://youtu.be/dPR2GdCjAZY MANILA, Philippines --- The security sector needs to conduct a thorough discussion before deciding if it will recommend banning Chinese-dominated online gambling operations or the Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGO), Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Tuesday. In a press briefing, the defense chief said they have to study if it would be worthy to give up the contributions of Pogo to the economy in exchange of other concerns like security. "I'm going to discuss that with the cluster and maybe discuss it with the Pagcor (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.), with the economic cluster. The POGO operations are bringing us a substantial amo...Keep on reading: Should POGOs be banned? Lorenzana says it needs thorough study
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Pasig motorists warns of heavy traffic on Aug. 28
MANILA, Philippines --- The Pasig City government advises motorists to avoid several roads in the city on Aug. 28 to avoid getting stuck in traffic due to the St. Augustine procession. In an advisory posted by the Public Information Office of Pasig City, heavy traffic is expected from 5:00 p.m. onwards on Aug. 28 on the following roads: Market Avenue M.H. Del Pilar Street San Agustin Street V. Baltazar Street F. Manalo Street E. Santos Street Dr. Pilapil Street E. Angeles Street Motorists are advised to take alternate routes. /atm  ...Keep on reading: Pasig motorists warns of heavy traffic on Aug. 28
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Gina Lopez’s life, legacy remembered
FAMILY, friends and former colleagues in and out of government paid tribute to environment advocate Gina Lopez at her wake on Tuesday night, a day after she lost her battle…READ
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Impeach me, election official dares Cardema
Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon on Tuesday dared former National Youth Commission (NYC) chairman Ronaldo Cardema to file an impeachment complaint against her. “Go ahead, make my day!”…READ
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Permits now a must for foreign ships passing through PH waters
FOREIGN ships have to seek permission from the Philippine government before passing through the country’s territorial waters, Malacañang said on Tuesday. Palace spokesman Salvador Panelo said President Rodrigo Duterte issued…READ
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Military to deploy troops in schools
THE Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Tuesday said it would deploy troops in universities and colleges to counter the recruitment program of groups suspected to be linked to…READ
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Chinese Coast Guard ship circling SCS shoal
Hours after Malacañang warned foreign vessels not to trespass in Philippine waters, the military’s Western Command (WesCom) confirmed that a Chinese Coast Guard vessel had been circling Ayungin (Second Thomas)…READ
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BoI investments hit P313B in Jan-July
INVESTMENT pledges approved by the Board of Investments (BoI) increased by 24 percent to P312.8 billion in the first seven months of the year from P252.32 billion in the same…READ
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Recession coming? Trump insists U.S. economy ‘very strong’
WASHINGTON --- The "fundamentals" of the U.S. economy are solid, the White House asserted, invoking an ill-fated political declaration of a decade ago amid mounting concern that a recession could imperil President Donald Trump's reelection. Exhibiting no such concern, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway declared to reporters on Monday, "The fact is, the fundamentals of our economy are very strong." It's a phrase with a history. Republican John McCain was accused of being out of touch when he made a similar declaration during the 2008 presidential campaign just hours before investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, setting off a stock market crash and global financial...Keep on reading: Recession coming? Trump insists U.S. economy ‘very strong’
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Beermen bosses’ simple wish: A San Miguel Grand Slam
MANILA, Philippines--San Miguel Beer is far from satisfied despite winning its second straight PBA title this season. Sure, winning the Philippine Cup title for an unprecedented fifth consecutive time was quite an achievement and becoming the lowest-seeded squad to claim the Commissioner's Cup championship at the expense of the top-ranked team was impressive as well. But there's nothing like winning a Grand Slam and San Miguel's top officials have made it clear that they want no less than the cherry on top to end the season. "I would just like to remind a simple wish of mine: A Grand Slam," said Bobby Huang, president of San Miguel Brewery, in Filipino during the team's vict...Keep on reading: Beermen bosses’ simple wish: A San Miguel Grand Slam
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Violent activism is a crime – Lorenzana
Last of three parts Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana believes that student activism should not be quelled because it allows the youth to think and discuss issues that concern them. He,…READ
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6 govt programs get P357B of 2020 budget
THE Duterte administration has allocated P357 billion of the 2020 national budget for its six economic and social assistance programs, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) said on Tuesday….READ
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Investors cash in ahead of holiday
INVESTORS sold off their positions amid the “lack of catalysts,” prompting the stock market to end in the red territory on Tuesday. The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) dropped…READ
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Semirara’s consolidated filing
Antonio Uy Periquet Jr. reported on Aug. 9, 2019 his initial but indirect ownership of 4.333 million common shares, or 0.10 percent, in Semirara Mining and Power Corp. (SCC). When…READ
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Kidnapped seafarers’ wives seek govt help
THE wives of two of the nine abducted Filipino seafarers onboard two bulk carriers in Cameroon have sought the assistance of the Department of Labor and the Overseas Workers Welfare…READ
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RE auction eyed later this year
THE Department of Energy (DoE) is targeting to auction off 2,000 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy (RE) by year-end to entice more investors to develop RE facilities in the Philippines….READ
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Renew fight vs TB, senator urges DoH
WITH the higher number of tuberculosis (TB) cases and fatalities, Sen. Ana Theresia “Risa” Hontiveros on Tuesday called on the Department of Health (DoH) to step up its efforts in…READ
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