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Gilead Sciences Canada, Inc. (Gilead Canada) today announced that effective July 31, the Ontario Drug Benefit Program will provide eligible patients with access to Biktarvy (bictegravir 50 mg/emtricitabine 200 mg/tenofovir alafenamide 25 mg) tablets, a once-daily single tablet and complete regimen for the treatment of HIV-1 infection in adults. Health Canada granted a Notice of Compliance for BIKTARVY in July 2018. To help support the long-term health of people living with HIV, it is ideal that treatment regimens deliver both durable viral suppression and a demonstrated tolerability profile, said Dr. Jason Brunetta, Director at Maple Leaf Research, a treating physician at Maple Leaf M...

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LOTTO RESULT September 24, 2019
LOTTO RESULT September 24, 2019 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto, and 6/42 Lotto LOTTO RESULT September 24, 2019 – Here is the official result of the 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto and 6/42 Lotto draw for today, Tuesday, September 24, 2019. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known […] The post LOTTO RESULT September 24, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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U.N. chief announces creation of constitutional committee on Syria
UNITED NATIONS – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced Monday, September 23, the creation of a committee on Syria that will include government and opposition representatives to draft a post-war constitution. "I firmly believe that the launching of a Syrian-organized and Syrian-led Constitutional Committee can be the beginning of a ...
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Casa Y Jardi Naram Pashmina n 2019: ‘Mother of All Bazaars’
Often dubbed as the “Mother of All Bazaars” because it has been around since the ‘50s, the Catholic Women’s Club’s (CWC’s) Casa Y Jardin bazaar is all set to open its doors to excited shoppers on Sept. 28 and 29 at The Fifth, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Makati City from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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See you at Cicchetti!
I would always hear about Cicchetti, an Italian restaurant in the Bonifacio Global City area, but never got to try it.
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Comics (September 24, 2019)
Comics (September 24, 2019)
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Tanghalang Pilipino’s Jonathan Tadioan gets biggest break in Katsuri
Tanghalang Pilipino Actors’ Company’s (AC) most senior and highly-prized member Jonathan “Tad” Tadioan may have started acting onstage at an early age, having been an actor for the theater guilds of Caloocan City High School and Far Eastern University, but he feels like he is still a newbie after more than two decades of performing in public.
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Moving on with Sue Ramirez
It was a couple of weeks ago when Sue Ramirez first confirmed in an interview with members of the entertainment press about the buzz swirling around that she and Joao Constancia had called it quits.
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What the hosts expect from ‘Clashers’
The second season of the GMA talent search The Clash was kicked off last Saturday and continues on Sundays, with the same set of judges composed of Lani Misalucha, Ai-Ai de las Alas and Christian Bautista.
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Big banks raising funds from local debt market
BDO Unibank Inc. and Security Bank Corp. returned to the onshore debt market to raise around P12.5 billion via the issuance of long term negotiable certificates of deposits (LTNCDs) to support their expansion initiatives.
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Philippines boosts global ranking in trade facilitation
The Philippines saw its trade facilitation score go up in this year’s United Nations (UN) Global Survey on Digital and Sustainable Trade Facilitation amid improvements in four out of five categories tracked by the report.
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GSIS offers loan program for LGU employees in Tarlac
State-run Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) has opened a P170 million loan facility for employees of four local government units (LGUs) in the province of Tarlac, the state pension fund said over the weekend.
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‘Safeguard duties on rice unlikely to push prices up’
Local consumers will not feel the burden of higher prices of rice even if the government imposes safeguard duties on imports.
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Deprived of public libraries, Filipino students are running out of study spaces
A tweet of a Filipino teacher about allowing students to stay in restaurants and other similar places to study prompted calls for the establishment of more public libraries and spaces purely dedicated to studying. Writer and literature professor Ian Rosales Casocot shared his sentiments about an advisory of a McDonald’s branch that prohibits people from […] The post Deprived of public libraries, Filipino students are running out of study spaces appeared first on Interaksyon.
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FIFA orders Iran to allow women free access to football stadiums
PARIS, France – In the wake of the "blue girl' incident where a woman killed herself after being arrested trying to access a football stadium, a FIFA delegation has demanded Iran allow women free unlimited access to stadiums. FIFA travelled to Iran ahead of the weekend for talks on the matter ...
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Davao River contaminated with polio virus
DAVAO CITY---Health authorities here confirmed that the Davao River had been found positive of the polio virus, prompting them to order a massive polio vaccination drive next month, targeting all children in the city. Dr. Josephine Villafuerte, City Health Officer, said the water samples earlier submitted to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) confirmed the presence of polio virus in the Davao River, prompting health authorities here to set in motion a massive vaccination drive that would begin next month to stop the spread of the virus. "In October, there will be an outbreak response vaccination. Every children is targeted to be covered," she said. Villafuerte, ...Keep on reading: Davao River contaminated with polio virus
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End hazing at PMA for good, says legislator
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY---Yet another legislator called for an end to hazing at the country's premiere military school, Philippine Military Academy (PMA), following the death of Cadet Darwin Dormitorio, the first casualty of hazing in PMA in 18 years. Like other legislators who spoke before him, Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rodriguez called for the head of Lt. Gen. Ronnie Evangelista, PMA superintendent. "I'm holding him responsible," said Rodriguez. Dormitorio died last Sept. 18. A police investigation showed his fatal injuries were due to hazing, which is already outlawed. Rodriguez said the hazing tradition at the PMA should be stopped for good. Subjecting plebes to humiliation and pain d...Keep on reading: End hazing at PMA for good, says legislator
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Commuting in the Philippines: Sometimes funny, often sad
From the past week, a video of a commuter who was trying hard to get to a jeepney trended on social media for how it was edited. It received amused reactions at first but some people noticed how it depicted the poor state of commuting for millions of Filipinos. The post Commuting in the Philippines: Sometimes funny, often sad appeared first on Interaksyon.
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Pinoy animator’s viral post on alleged exploitation triggers calls for industry overhaul
A Filipino’s experience with a Manila-based animation company contracted to work on Netflix’s “Carmen Sandiego” triggered accounts from other animators about the alleged exploitation they encountered in the industry. Facebook user Raf Dla, an animation graduate at De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, shared that he was fired from Top Draw Animation because he was […] The post Pinoy animator’s viral post on alleged exploitation triggers calls for industry overhaul appeared first on Interaksyon.
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Basilan fishermen find 1 kg of cocaine floating near coastal town
ZAMBOANGA CITY, Zamboanga del Sur---A shipment of cocaine weighing an estimated 1 kilogram was found by fishermen floating in waters off Basilan on Monday, Sept. 23, according to police. Col. Rufino Inot, Basilan police chief, said fishermen in the town of Mohamad Ajul found the package floating in waters between the villages of Langil and Linungan and reported it to authorities. Inot said a check showed the package was cocaine weighing at least 1 kg. Mohamad Ajul Mayor Ibrahim Ballaho offered a P10,000 reward for every cocaine haul turned over to authorities. The reward, said the mayor, would help encourage townsfolk to report cocaine drop-offs near the town's shores and pre...Keep on reading: Basilan fishermen find 1 kg of cocaine floating near coastal town
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‘Change now or be unlucky,’ Bantag warns inmates, BuCor staff
MANILA, Philippines --- Change now, or else you will be unlucky. This was the message of Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief Gerald Bantag to prisoners and his personnel. "Magbago na kayo. Kung hindi, mamalasin kayo," he said in an interview at AM radio station DZMM, a few days after assuming his post. "Let them try [to do otherwise]. As I said, we will see," Bantag said in Filipino. "Let them try it, and I am here." And what would BuCor personnel and prisoners have to be afraid of under his leadership? "Maybe what they should fear is this: No matter how much money they try to bribe me with, that's nothing to me," he said. Bantag stressed that he did not accept the post...Keep on reading: ‘Change now or be unlucky,’ Bantag warns inmates, BuCor staff
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77 pass special electronics engineer, technician licensure exam
MANILA, Philippines --- A total of 77 examinees passed the special professional licensure examinations for electronics engineers and electronics technicians given in Middle East in August, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced Monday. The PRC said of the 77 passers, 27 passed the electronics engineer licensure exam while the remaining 50 passed the electronics technician exam. The exam was given by the Board of Electronics Engineering in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates; Al-Khobar, Jeddah and Riyadh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Manama in Bahrain; Doha in Qatar; and Al Ahmadi in Kuwait. The PRC said successful examinees should personally register and sign in ...Keep on reading: 77 pass special electronics engineer, technician licensure exam
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Hostage drama in Ligao ends peacefully as child saved from own dad
LIGAO CITY -- A 6-year-old child was rescued by police from his own father who took him hostage inside their house in this city on Monday, Sept. 23. Maj. Dexter Panganiban, Albay police spokesperson, said the victim, identified only as John, was unhurt and brought to the city welfare development office after his three-hour ordeal in the hands of his father at the village of Layon. Panganiban said the hostage drama ended with the arrest of suspect Ferdinand Osurman, 29, after negotiations with police. Police said Osurman used a knife to threaten the child as he demanded to speak to his wife. The knife was recovered. An investigation is ongoing on what drove Osurman to take his...Keep on reading: Hostage drama in Ligao ends peacefully as child saved from own dad
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3 fishermen feared kidnapped by masked gunmen off Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU --- Three fishermen are feared to have been kidnapped from a Malaysian fishing boat in the waters off Lahad Datu close to the sea border with southern Philippines. It is believed that seven kidnap-for-ransom masked gunmen in two pump boats boarded two fishing vessels at noon on Monday (Sept 23). The gunmen abducted three of the fishing vessel's crew, and they are believed to be headed towards the chain of Tawi Tawi islands in southern Philippines that straddles Sabah waters. Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah and Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) commander Datuk Huzaini Ghazali could not be reached for comment on the alleged incident....Keep on reading: 3 fishermen feared kidnapped by masked gunmen off Lahad Datu
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Drilon: PAO forensic lab a duplication, 'waste of money'
MANILA, Philippines – Senator Franklin Drilon said that the Public Attorney's Office (PAO) forensic laboratory is a waste of money, and a duplication of the forensic laboratories of the police and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). "Ang pera ng bayan ay nalulustay sa isang bagay ...
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Darwin Dormitorio's lifelong dream was to join the PMA
CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines – For the last 7 years, Darwin Dormitorio prepared himself physically and mentally for a lifelong dream of becoming a military changemaker. His father, Colonel William Dormitorio of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Class 1974, made sure that his son would be prepared for the rigors of cadet life inside ...
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Comelec OKs Duterte Youth’s new substitute nominees | Evening wRap
Today on Rappler: Comelec approves Duterte Youth's new substitute nominees The Commission on Elections or Comelec en banc approves the second withdrawal and substitution of nominees of party-list group Duterte Youth despite its filing past the deadline before the closing of polls on election day. #2030Now: Only ‘Chernobyl’ can bring democracy back to digital spaces Author and tech entrepreneur Andrew Keen ...
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Kris Bernal Reveals Her Social Media Accounts Hackers Demand Money
Hackers of the social media accounts of Kris Bernal demanded money Kapuso actress Kris Bernal revealed that the hackers of her social media accounts are demanding money in exchange of giving her back the control. Social media plays an important role in the lives of celebrities nowadays. Through their accounts, they are able to update […] The post Kris Bernal Reveals Her Social Media Accounts Hackers Demand Money appeared first on Philippine News.
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Bantag to Filipinos: ‘Do not lose hope; we have God’
MANILA, Philippines --- Newly appointed Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief Gerald Bantag turned emotional as he urged Filipinos on Monday to not lose hope and gain strength from God. "I want to tell Filipinos, there's still hope. We should not lose hope no matter how heavy our problems are because we have God," Bantag said in Filipino in an interview at AM radio station DZMM. That was his reply when asked about what legacy he would want to leave at BuCor. Bantag then turned emotional and went quiet for over 20 seconds, as his voice broke while apologizing. "It's only from God that we draw strength. People die, but God is always there. No matter what it is, even death, let's ...Keep on reading: Bantag to Filipinos: ‘Do not lose hope; we have God’
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66 countries vow carbon neutrality by 2050 – U.N.
UNITED NATIONS – Sixty-six countries have signaled their intent to achieve net zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, the United Nations said Monday, September 23, seen as a vital goal in preventing catastrophic longer term climate change . "In terms of the 2050 group, 66 governments are joined by 10 ...
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Ex-Caloocan execs lose bid to dismiss falsification case
MANILA, Philippines -- The Sandiganbayan has denied the motion for reconsideration filed by two former Caloocan City officials in a bid to dismiss the falsification cases they are now facing at the anti-graft court. The court's Sixth Division, in a resolution dated Sept. 2, said ex-Caloocan Accountant Edna Centeno and former budget officer Jesusa Garcia wrongly argued that there was no evidence they falsified documents by saying there were funds for city projects when, in fact, there were none. The two former officials had asked the court to overturn an earlier ruling denying their demurrer to evidence, which would have allowed them to seek dismissal of the case based on their cont...Keep on reading: Ex-Caloocan execs lose bid to dismiss falsification case
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Philippine Navy eyes to have first submarines by 2027
MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippine Navy is looking to acquire its first-ever submarines by 2027. Navy chief Vice Adm. Robert Empedrad said they had started to send personnel abroad in December last year for training ahead of the procurement of the submarines. "As early as December last year, we sent personnel to France to train for our submarine acquisition program, which hopefully will have the first deliveries of two submarines in 2027," he said in his speech in the ceremonial blessing for new amphibious vehicles and multi-purpose attack craft at the Navy headquarters in Manila on Monday. The planned acquisition of submarines was already approved by President Rodrigo Duter...Keep on reading: Philippine Navy eyes to have first submarines by 2027
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House OKs bill requiring universities to teach workers' rights
MANILA, Philippines – A bill that would require higher education institutions to integrate into their general education curriculum the rights of Filipino laborers hurdled the House of Representatives.  On Monday, September 23, legislators approved on 3rd and final reading House Bill (HB) No. 4466 or the proposed Labor Education ...
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Lacson on House OK of 2020 budget: What ‘record time?’
MANILA, Philippines --- Staunch pork barrel foe Sen. Panfilo Lacson on Monday, Sept. 23, disputed claims by House leaders that the lower chamber passed the P4.1-trillion 2020 national budget in "record time," saying "they're not done yet." Lacson said the House of Representatives is still in the period of amendments which was "more tedious." "They just passed plenary debates, meaning period of interpellation," said Lacson in an ambush interview. "So it is wrong to conclude they passed the House version of the budget in record time because they have not done that yet," he added. Last Friday, Sept. 20, the House voted 257-6 to pass on final reading the proposed budget for next ...Keep on reading: Lacson on House OK of 2020 budget: What ‘record time?’
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Rouhani heads to U.N. in bid to win Iran support against 'cruel' U.S.
TEHRAN, Iran – President Hassan Rouhani set off for New York on Monday, September 23, to attend the UN General Assembly on a mission to win Iran support against "cruel" pressure from archfoe the United States. His departure came as Iran said an oil tanker flying the flag of US ...
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DPWH targets 2021 as start of building bridges to connect West Visayas islands
MANILA, Philippines --- The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) hopes to start connecting the provinces of Iloilo and Guimaras and Negros Island by bridges starting in the second quarter of 2021, according to the DPWH's highest ranking official. At the Senate hearing on the DPWH's 2020 budget on Monday, Sept. 23, Public Works Secretary Mark Villar said the feasibility study on the project was expected to be completed in October. With the feasibility study, Villar said "we can proceed with detailed engineering." The project, which would connect the three major islands of Western Visayas, is still priority of the Duterte administration despite a delay in its constructio...Keep on reading: DPWH targets 2021 as start of building bridges to connect West Visayas islands
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SC asked to hold OSG, PNP in contempt over ‘rubbish’ drug war docs
MANILA, Philippines --- The Center for International Law (Centerlaw) has asked the Supreme Court to cite the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) in contempt of court for submitting "rubbish" documents supposedly related to the government's war on drugs. In a motion filed Monday, the Centerlaw said the OSG and the PNP had defied the Supreme Court three times, specifically its April 2019 order to provide documents related to the over 20,000 drug-related deaths for the period covering July 1, 2016, to Nov. 27, 2017. According to Centerlaw, the OSG and PNP gave the Supreme Court 289 compact discs (CDs/DVDs) that contained documents supposedly ...Keep on reading: SC asked to hold OSG, PNP in contempt over ‘rubbish’ drug war docs
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Reducing walking speed, using aids could help seniors stay more active — study
New European research has found that as walking ability declines with age, changing one's walking speed, taking more breaks or using walking aids could help the elderly get around and stay more active. Carried out by researchers at the University of Jyvskyl, Finland, the new study looked at 761 Finnish seniors between the ages of 75 and 90, and followed them for two years. The participants were asked at the start of the study and at the two-year follow-up, if they had taken any measures to adapt their way of walking due to their health, to enable them to walk a distance of 2 kilometers. Based on their responses, the researchers grouped the participants into three categories:...Keep on reading: Reducing walking speed, using aids could help seniors stay more active — study
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Lorenzana: ‘We might ask for exemption’ from memo vs backers of UN drug war probe
MANILA, Philippines --- Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana might consider asking for his agency's exemption from President Rodrigo Duterte's suspension of loans from countries that supported the United Nations resolution to investigate the administration's war on drugs. Under the memo issued last August 27, all departments and government agencies will stop negotiations and agreements on grants and loans from the countries that voted in favor of the UN Human Rights Council resolution last July. Lorenzana said the President's memorandum will affect the military's modernization program. "Pero sa grant talaga hindi natatanggap; 'yung sa loans, we might ask for exemption kung kailang...Keep on reading: Lorenzana: ‘We might ask for exemption’ from memo vs backers of UN drug war probe
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U.N. report on attacks vs PH rights groups is 'shoddy work' – Locsin
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines on Monday, September 23, tossed aside a report by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, which cited the Philippines among countries where  human rights defenders working with the international body have been subjected to attacks. "The UNHRC (UN Human Rights Council) report reads like it was written by ...
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Eddie Garcia's partner Lilibeth Romero: GMA-7 should have made working environment safe
MANILA, Philippines – Lilibeth Romero, the longtime partner of the late Eddie Garcia "categorically" said on Monday, September 23, that the actor died because entertainment giant GMA-7 had failed to provide the 90-year-old actor a "safe" working environment.  Garcia  died on June 20 , days after he tripped over a cable while taping ...
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P57-B MVUC fund not included in 2020 national budget
MANILA, Philippines --- Funds from the Motor Vehicle Users' Charge (MVUC) amounting to P57 billion is not yet included in the proposed P4.1-trillion national budget for 2020, and thus, could not be released and utilized next year. This was revealed Monday, during the Senate hearing on the 2020 budget of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). DPWH Secretary Mark Villar said MVUC funds has not yet been appropriated in the 2020 National Expenditure Program (NEP) as the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) has yet to be finalized by the concerned agencies. "At this point, it (IRR) is with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) for signature," Villar said. "We're...Keep on reading: P57-B MVUC fund not included in 2020 national budget
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IBP president: We have more democratic space now
MANILA, Philippines – Singing a slightly different tune than the general messaging of  the relaunch of the Concerned Lawyers of Civil Liberties (CLCL) on Monday, September 23, Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) national president Domingo Egon Cayosa told a room of law students that "we have more democratic space now." Before that statement, ...
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Man goes berserk at alcohol binge, hacks dead 2 drinking buddies
CITY OF ILAGAN--Police here on Sunday, Sept. 22, arrested a 29-year-old carpenter who allegedly hacked to death his two drinking buddies. Supt. Arnulfo Ibanez, Ilagan police chief, identified the suspect as Resty Mateo, age unknown, and the fatalities as Rodel Versoza, 23, and Gerry Timbreza, 34, both residents of Barangay Pasa. Investigators said Mateo was irked by his buddies taunting him. Mateo, investigators said, drew his bolo and attacked Versoza and Timpreza, who were rushed to a hospital but declared dead there. Mateo was quickly arrested, said police. Villamor Visaya Jr./TSB...Keep on reading: Man goes berserk at alcohol binge, hacks dead 2 drinking buddies
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Regine Velasquez Gladly Accepts “Sampal” From Dimples Romana
Regine Velasquez received a “sampal” from Dimples Romana Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez gladly accepted a “sampal” from Kadenang Ginto actress Dimples Romana in front of many people. The said incident happened during the 12th Gabay Guro Grand Gathering at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on September 22. Dimples was one of the hosts of […] The post Regine Velasquez Gladly Accepts “Sampal” From Dimples Romana appeared first on Philippine News.
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‘Why reject aid from long-standing allies but accept loans from China?’
MANILA, Philippines --- Senator Risa Hontiveros has questioned Malacaang's decision to suspend aid from 18 countries that supported a call for a probe into the human rights situation in the country but accepts grants and loans from China. "Why do we reject projects and aid from countries that have been our long-standing allies and are simply asking us to comply with human rights standards, but continue to accept loans from the Chinese government that constantly enters our territories without our consent and has bullied our fisherfolk in the region?" Hontiveros pointed out in a statement on Monday. A confidential Malacaang memorandum dated August 27 has directed government agencies,...Keep on reading: ‘Why reject aid from long-standing allies but accept loans from China?’
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Bantag: I won’t shave my beard until BuCor issues addressed
MANILA, Philippines --- Newly-appointed Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief Gerald Bantag on Monday said he would not shave his beard until issues within the bureau had been addressed. "For me, my beard serves as a mark that as long as it is there, problems within BuCor have not been addressed. Once it's gone, it's already OK," Bantag, speaking in Filipino, said in an interview with AM radio station DZMM. Bantag replaced former BuCor Director General Nicanor Faeldon whom President Rodrigo Duterte dismissed amid controversies surrounding the implementation of the good conduct time allowance (GCTA) law that allowed the release of over nearly 2,000 heinous crime convicts. Bantag sa...Keep on reading: Bantag: I won’t shave my beard until BuCor issues addressed
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Exercise could slow down effects of Alzheimer’s in high-risk individuals
New United States research has found that exercising several times a week could slow down the deterioration in the brain of those at high risk for Alzheimer's disease. Carried out by researchers from UT Southwestern, the new study looked at 70 sedentary participants over the age of 55 with memory problems and split them into two groups. One group were told to do aerobic exercise for at least a half an hour, four to five times a week, and the other group were told to do flexibility training. Both exercise programs lasted for 12 months. The findings, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, showed that both exercise groups maintained similar cognitive abilities during ...Keep on reading: Exercise could slow down effects of Alzheimer’s in high-risk individuals
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Here's What to Order at This New "Secret" Milk-Tea Bar in BGC
Thailand's Brown Café is now in Manila, and you're going to have to really look to find it!
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