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Duterte cannot stand criticism

Duterte cannot stand criticism

Max Sangil

Some news that are printed on national dailies are maybe unfounded, and not only on few occasions. Like the one buzz item buried in the inside page wherein it said some BPOs are planning

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Vatican City 3

Vatican City 3

Gem and Lita

Within the Vatican City are religious and cultural sites such as St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. A quintessential part of the Vatican City experience is a stroll across the

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Sheeran at MTS: The Little Red-Haired One-Man Band

Sheeran at MTS: The Little Red-Haired One-Man Band

aLfie vera meLLa

Born on February 17, 1991, in West Yorkshire, England, the award-winning singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran started his singing career as early as 2004, independently releasing collections of his original materials. He eventually signed with a

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Digong’s juggling act

Digong’s juggling act

Perry Diaz

After a year in the presidency, Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte has been embroiled in countless of wars against everybody he didn’t like or those who disagreed with his policies or those who were fighting his

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Can you come down from the mountain?

Can you come down from the mountain?

Tony and Letty Antonio

We all have moments when we feel better than before, and say, “I feel fit for anything; if only I could always be like this!” We are not meant to be. Those moments are

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Free Francisca Linconao: Resistimos! (part 1 of 2)

Free Francisca Linconao: Resistimos! (part 1 of 2)

Levy Abad

by Levy Abad Seemingly, small events such as a forum of a hundred people may be perceived insignificant by the eye of the unconscientisized. However, to anybody who understands the process of building a

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Palace calls out PNoy on his drug war remark

Palace calls out PNoy on his drug war remark

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella, in a statement Wednesday morning said the government’s drug war has been bearing fruit and advised former President Benigno Aquino III to look at the facts. This after Aquino questioned

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Senators call on gov’t to reconsider free tuition on SUCs

Senators call on gov’t to reconsider free tuition on SUCs

Several senators have called on President Rodrigo Duterte’s economic managers to reconsider their opposition on full government subsidy of tuition fee in state universities and colleges (SUCs). This after Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said

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PCAS advocates promotion of Philippine Arts, culture and heritage

PCAS advocates promotion of Philippine Arts, culture and heritage

The Philippine Canadian Arts Society of Manitoba Inc. (PCAS) is a non- profit community arts organization with a mission to facilitate artistic and cultural exchange and interaction between the Filipino community and the diverse

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Frayna stays unbeaten in Germany chess tourney

Frayna stays unbeaten in Germany chess tourney

Filipino Woman Grandmaster (WGM) Janelle Mae Frayna is in a six-player tie at the sixth spot with three points after drawing her game with seventh seed Latvian Woman International Master Nino Khomeriki in the

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