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Jerusalem, “The City of Peace” (Part II)

Jerusalem, “The City of Peace” (Part II)

Gem and Lita

The Old City is home to most of Jerusalem’s great religious landmarks – The Western Wall (all that remains of the holy temple of biblical times) for the Jews, The Church of the Holy

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US billionaire philanthropist Soros claims Facebook and Google harm individuals, market innovation and democracy?

US billionaire philanthropist Soros claims Facebook and Google harm individuals, market innovation and democracy?

Rod Cantiveros

Are the days of these IT giants numbered. The looming threats against the US IT giants like Facebook and Google have been lurking on the horizon.One of the latest move was felt during the

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Ayaw Mo ng Pera, Talaga?

Ayaw Mo ng Pera, Talaga?

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Demonizing Money) Maraming tao na ang bukambibig ay ayaw raw nila ng pera kasi masama raw ang idinudulot nito sa tao at kesyo mabuti pa raw na wala silang pera basta masaya sila.

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Caligula Trumpus Americanus

Caligula Trumpus Americanus

Perry Diaz

If there is one Roman emperor that that makes me laugh, it was Caligula. His real name was Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus. He succeeded Tiberius in AD 37. He ruled for only four years

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Four ways that we might unknowingly push our children away from God

Four ways that we might unknowingly push our children away from God

Tony and Letty Antonio

DUPLICITY There may be no greater way that parents push their children away from GOD than by professing CHRIST but not living it. I am reminded of a time when a child was told

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Ano’ng Masasabi Mo?

Ano’ng Masasabi Mo?

Levy Abad

Horror movies have always been a hit not only among adults but also children alike. Perhaps this penchant originates from the human tendency to equally fear and fancy the unknown. In the recent years,

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Local officials cite increase in number of Mayon evacuees

Local officials cite increase in number of Mayon evacuees

The number of evacuees in Albay province swelled to almost 84,500 as the Philippine Institute of Seismology and Volcanology (Phivolcs) strongly advised the public to be vigilant and desist from entering the eight kilometer-radius

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SSS posts revenues of P175B at end-Nov 2017

SSS posts revenues of P175B at end-Nov 2017

State-run Social Security System (SSS) said over the weekend that its revenues reached nearly P175 billion in the first 11 months of 2017 on the back of aggressive collection efforts for members’ contribution, and

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House sets Jan. 18 as “Araw ng mga Kasambahay”

House sets Jan. 18 as “Araw ng mga Kasambahay”

The House committee on revision of laws chaired by Rep. Marlyn Primicias-Agabas (6th District, Pangasinan) approved on Tuesday House bill 6285 seeking to declare January 18 of every year a non-working holiday as “Araw

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‘Tokhangers’ not allowed at night, weekends

‘Tokhangers’ not allowed at night, weekends

A new memorandum signed by PNP chief Dir. Gen. Ronald Dela Rosa now prohibits anti-drug intelligence gathering operations at nighttime and on weekends. PNP spokesperson CSupt. Dionardo Carlos on Wednesday disclosed that operations must

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