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Veloso execution set apr. 28

THE Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) yesterday clarified there is no execution date yet for death convict Mary Jane Veloso even as some news reports said Indonesian authorities have scheduled her execution on April 28. Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose,…
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CIDG agents collar 1 of MM’s most wanted

AGENTS of the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group on Thursday captured one of Metro Manila’s most wanted crime gang leaders during a raid in his hideout in Taguig City, PNP-CIDG chief Director Benjamin B. Magalong said. Magalong…
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Ombudsman orders QC prosecutor’s dismissal

A Quezon City prosecutor who was caught in an entrapment operation conducted by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) last year for alleged extortion has been ordered dismissed from the service. Ordered dismissed was Prosecutor ll Raul Desembrana after he…
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P1.5-B cargoes in Lina’s warehouse ‘missing’

Businessman Alberto “Bert” Lina, who has been re-appointed as Customs commissioner by President Benigno Aquino III on Thursday, immediately found himself on the defensive after an anti-corruption non-government organization (NGO) urged him “to explain” his company’s “transactions” with the Bureau…
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Go after pals, allies, PNoy urged

FORMER Sen. Panfilo Lacson said that the only way President Aquino could convince people that he is serious in stopping corruption is to go after his erring friends and allies. “Kung ang involved sa corruption allegations ay friends or allies,…
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House BBL panel invites peace council

THE 75-man ad hoc committee on Bangsamoro Basic Law has invited members of the peace council created by Malacañang to next week’s last public hearing on the BBL. Chairman of the committee Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez said that…
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‘Knockout’ fuel price hike looms

STILL reeling from the bigtime oil price hike, the public is again in for another big blow next week, the fourth hefty adjustment for this year. Oil industry insiders said the public should brace themselves as the oil companies are…
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