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Maria Ressa and former Rappler researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos, Jr., convicted for cyber libel

Maria Ressa and former Rappler researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos, Jr., convicted for cyber libel

Claimed by critics as the latest threat to press freedom Maria Ressa, co-founder and CEO of Rappler, and a Filipino-American, was found guilty of cyber libel, together with Rappler’s former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos, Jr.,

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Ex- Kapamilya Jay Sonza continues to strike at ABS-CBN; says programs are really not back on the air

Ex- Kapamilya Jay Sonza continues to strike at ABS-CBN; says programs are really not back on the air

Following the aring of Kapamilya shows It’s Showtime and ASAP Natin ‘To, former Kapamilya broadcaster, Jay Sonza criticized the network in his Facebook post: “Patuloy sa panlalansi at panlilinlang ang ABS-CBN network sa pagsasabing

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Cebu City returns to ECQ until June 30

Cebu City returns to ECQ until June 30

The exponential increase of COVID-19 surpassed Quezon City in number of cases Cebu City returns to ECQ or enhanced community quarantine after the surging rise of COVID -19 cases, numbering to 2,860 as of

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President Duterte suspends the termination of Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA)

President Duterte suspends the termination of Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA)

In an unprecedented move, President Rodrigo Duterte has suspended on June 2 the termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement three months after he criticized that the agreement favours the United States. Foreign Affair Secretary,

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Metro Manila under GCQ faces transportation woes on the first day; MRT, LRT and PNR get positive vibes

Metro Manila under GCQ faces transportation woes on the first day; MRT, LRT and PNR get positive vibes

Back to work and back to a new normal have become the major intention when Metro Manila was put under the general community quarantine June 1. But confusion on the availability of transportation derailed

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Duterte seeks approval of Bayanihan to Heal program for another three months or up to September 30

Duterte seeks approval of Bayanihan to Heal program for another three months or up to September 30

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is expecting the approval of the special powers granted to him, known as Bayanihan To Heal program, to combat the Covid-19 health emergency for another three months or up to

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Are you ready to live in Tondominium?

Are you ready to live in Tondominium?

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso led the groundbreaking ceremony of the soon-to-rise 15-storey Tondominuim 1 & 2, as part of the City’s vertical housing project. Mayor Isko Moreno, together with his vice-mayor Honey

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Anti-Terrorism Bill passed by the House of Representatives

Anti-Terrorism Bill passed by the House of Representatives

The controversial anti-terrorism bill has been passed easily in the House of Representatives and will be considered to be signed by President Rodrigo Roa Duerte to become a law. The Anti-Terrorism Bill has been

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Miss Universe Philippines 2020 adapts new normal  for the re-scheduled pageant in October

Miss Universe Philippines 2020 adapts new normal for the re-scheduled pageant in October

Expect a “new normal” in the selection of Miss Universe Philippines 2020 when the pageant happens on October 25 at the Mall of Asia Arena after the Miss Universe Organization recently announced the new

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Confusion ensues after Malacanang clarifies Health Secretary Duque declared 2nd wave of coronavirus outbreak

Confusion ensues after Malacanang clarifies Health Secretary Duque declared 2nd wave of coronavirus outbreak

“We are still in the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic,” presidential spokesman Harry Roque said in the Palace televised briefing to clarify the statement declaration of DOH Secretary Francisco Roque lll that the

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