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PNP takes custody of Iraqi with Hamas links

PHILIPPINE National Police chief, Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ M. dela Rosa yesterday said they have taken into custody a 64-year old Iraqi man in the radar of Iraq Embassy amid his alleged close ties with the Hamas terror group in…

No surveillance of journalists -- ‘Bato’

PHILIPPINE National Police chief, Director General Ronald ‘Bato’ M. dela Rosa, yesterday assured the country’s journalists that he has not authorized any effort to conduct background checks on members of the press. “Huwag kayong mag-alala. Ako na itong nagsasalita, walang…

Underheight college grads can now join PNP

APART from trying to hire the best and the brightest, the Philippine National Police will also end up coming up with some of the smallest as it starts Year 2018 with the go-signal to process the application of under-height but…

Senado, hindi aatrasan ni Bong Go

NAKAHANDANG harapin ni Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Sec. Bong Go ang Senado, gayundin ang lahat pa ng mga nag-aakusa’t naninira sa kanya kaugnay sa isyu ng Navy frigate acquisition.3 “Kung ipatawag man ako ng Senado dahil sa frigate…

Mister binuhusan ng gasolina, sinindihan ng lighter ni misis

ISANG 29-anyos na lalaki ang agaw-buhay habang namimilipit sa sakit ng kanyang nalapnos na katawan nang tangkain siyang sunugin ng buhay ng kanyang ka-live-in kamakalawa. Sa isang ulat na nakarating kay Police Regional Office 3 director Chief Supt. Amador Corpus,…

PH stays out of US-China row

It’s America’s problem, Malacañang says of tiff over US warship’s ‘breach’ of Chinese sovereignty in South China Sea “PROBLEMA ng Amerika ‘yan,” Malacañang declared as it made clear that it would not intervene in the recent tiff between China and…

Rice smuggling, hoarding probed

A PARTY-LIST lawmaker is seeking a probe into rice smuggling and hoarding in the country amid the prevalence of such illegal activities. The last incident involved the confiscation by Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) personnel of 60,000 sacks of smuggled rice…

Congress leaders’ talks urged

SENATOR Panfilo Lacson yesterday said now is the time for the leaders of the House of Representatives and Senate to discuss Charter change (Cha-cha) since the upper chamber has firmed up its stand on the matter. Lacson said Senate President…

DU30 meets with surrendered Red couple

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte at the weekend met with Noel Legazpi, spokesperson of National Democratic Front (NDF) in the Far South Mindanao Region (NDF-FSMR), and his wife, Wendy Bendalian, at the Matina Enclaves in Davao City. The two rebel leaders surrendered…

Manila backs global migration compact

THE Philippines affirmed the country’s commitment to the Global Compact for Migration. Ambassador Teodoro Locsin Jr., Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the United Nations in New York, has said the Philippines will “ensure that we arrive at a Global…

Public info campaign on Cha-cha pressed

SENATOR Nancy Binay yesterday underscored the need for an intensive public consultation and information campaign to help people fully understand the pros and cons of Charter change. “Personally, magandang pag-usapan pero para sa akin mahabang proseso. Huwag nating madaliin. Dapat…

Graft suit against Floirendo goes to court; Alvarez scores

SPEAKER Pantaleon Alvarez can chalk up another victory in support of the Duterte administration’s fight against oligarchic corruption in government. This as the Ombudsman on January 15 affirmed Alvarez’s graft charges against Rep. Antonio Floirendo Jr. by denying the latter’s…

Revilla takes case to Supreme Court

DETAINED Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. has asked the Supreme Court to stop the Sandiganbayan’s proceedings and from compelling him to present evidence in the plunder and graft cases filed against him for alleged misuse of his pork barrel fund.…

Free farm water bill awaits Duterte signature

SAYING that irrigation is the key to more and cheaper food on the Filipino dining table, Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said the signing of the free irrigation bill – which has been on President Duterte’s desk since January…

Women vs Trump

Protestors flock in droves to anti-Trump Women’s Marches LOS ANGELES -- Protestors took to the streets en masse across the United States Saturday, hoisting anti-Donald Trump placards, banging drums and donning pink hats for a second Women’s March opposing the…
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