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Ancient Meets Modern in Corinth, Greece

Ancient Meets Modern in Corinth, Greece

Gem and Lita

An interestimg must-see tourist attraction , historically, archaeologically, geographically, and biblically, in the Hellenic Republic of Greece is the City of Corinth (“Korinthos” in Greek) where ancient meets modern. On a warm day in

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Bloodletting of the causes of  Filipino poverty goes on  as we celebrate the 121st Independence Day

Bloodletting of the causes of Filipino poverty goes on as we celebrate the 121st Independence Day

Rod Cantiveros

Would the Philippines’ poverty reduction in progress? Yes, through the President Rodrigo Duterte’s plans of actions! “Filipinos living below the poverty line were estimated at 21% of the population in the first half of

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Pacquiao to begin sparring soon

Pacquiao to begin sparring soon

Strength and conditioning coach Justin Fortune wants Manny Pacquiao to start throwing punches with partners on Tuesday, June 4. The Filipino boxing icon is just one week into training for his World Boxing Association

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Villar declines signing resolution supporting Sotto’s Senate presidency

Villar declines signing resolution supporting Sotto’s Senate presidency

Sen. Cynthia Villar has refused to sign a resolution supporting the continued leadership of Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III. Villar even confronted Senators Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III and Manny Pacquiao for dragging her

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Duterte pursues funding sources for teachers’ salary raise

Duterte pursues funding sources for teachers’ salary raise

President Rodrigo Duterte has instructed his economic advisers to look for sources of funding for the salary increase of public school teachers as a new school year started. The President had repeatedly promised public

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Albayalde accepts Erwin Tulfo’s apology

Albayalde accepts Erwin Tulfo’s apology

Police Gen. Oscar Albayalde has accepted the apology of broadcaster Erwin Tulfo after berating Social Welfare Secretary Rolando Bautista. The Philippine National Police (PNP) chief said he is accepting Tulfo’s act of contrition on

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James Reid backs out from ‘Pedro Penduko’

James Reid backs out from ‘Pedro Penduko’

Actor James Reid will no longer play the starring role in the upcoming film “Pedro Penduko.” His home studio Viva Films confirmed the actor’s withdrawal from the movie due to current spinal injuries and

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Gary Lising passes away

Gary Lising passes away

Comedian Gary Lising has died at age 78. The sad news was confirmed by his younger brother Pompeii in a Facebook post on Saturday, June 1. According to news reports, Lising was found dead

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Andi Eigenmann poses for maternity and family photos

Andi Eigenmann poses for maternity and family photos

The maternity and family photos of Andi Eigenmann were recently shared by Nice Print Photography on Instagram. The shoots showed the actress with surfer boyfriend Philmar Alipayo, daughter Ellie, and Philmar’s son Toro in

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House passes Reyes’ resolution to celebrate Filipino heritage

House passes Reyes’ resolution to celebrate Filipino heritage

Legislative Assembly votes to designate June as Filipino Heritage Month The Legislative Assembly has designated June as Filipino Heritage Month, approving a private member’s resolution proposed today by St. Norbert MLA Jon Reyes. With

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