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Pope Francis concludes historic UAE visit

Pope Francis concludes historic UAE visit

Pope Francis concluded his historic visit to the Arabian Peninsula with the first-ever papal Mass held in Zayed Sports City Stadium in the United Arab Emirates. The stadium has a capacity of about 43,000,

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The first major boxing event of 2019 Manny Pacquiao vs. Adrien Broner

The first major boxing event of 2019 Manny Pacquiao vs. Adrien Broner

The legendary Manny Pacquiao will make his return to fight in the United States for the first time in over two years as he puts his WBA Welterweight Championship on the line against challenger

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IS-inspired group tagged in Cotabato blast

IS-inspired group tagged in Cotabato blast

Investigators are eyeing at Islamic State-inspired groups as possibly responsible for planting a homemade bomb that went off in front of the baggage counter at the entrance to South Seas Mall along Don Rufino

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PNP pinpoints Daraga mayor as mastermind in Batocabe murder

PNP pinpoints Daraga mayor as mastermind in Batocabe murder

The Philippine National Police (PNP) has tagged Daraga Mayor Carlwyn Baldo as the alleged mastermind in the murder of AKO Bicol Rep. Rodel Batocabe. This was announced by Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde in

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Sotto says use of medical marijuana already legal

Sotto says use of medical marijuana already legal

Senate President Vicente Sotto III said that there is no longer a need to legalize medical marijuana because it is legal already. The Senate President cited a provision in the Republic Act No. 9165

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Panelo says allegations against Mar Roxas a ‘joke’

Panelo says allegations against Mar Roxas a ‘joke’

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said President Rodrigo Duterte’s allegations against former Interior secretary Mar Roxas should not be taken seriously. Panelo was referring to Duterte’s speech in Davao City on Tuesday in which he

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Inflation rate slows down in November

Inflation rate slows down in November

The lower costs of food and fuel products have caused a slowdown in the November inflation rate at 6.0 percent which is slower compared with the nearly 10-year highs of 6.7 percent in the

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Families of Dengvaxia ‘victims’ mulls case against ex PCMC head

Families of Dengvaxia ‘victims’ mulls case against ex PCMC head

Families who alleged that their children died because of the Dengvaxia vaccine wanted to file reckless imprudence resulting in homicide and torture raps against Dr. Raymundo Lo, former deputy executive director of the Philippine

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DFA says Filipinos unhurt in Syria gas attack

DFA says Filipinos unhurt in Syria gas attack

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) declared that the 85 Filipinos based in Aleppo, Syria were safe from the toxic gas attack launched by rebels at the northern part of the city last Nov.

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PH, China ink 29 landmark cooperation agreements

PH, China ink 29 landmark cooperation agreements

The Philippines and China have recently signed 29 landmark cooperation agreements covering cooperation on oil and gas exploration, trade and investment, infrastructure development, agriculture, and education, among others. The pacts were sealed following the

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