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Sereno sees Duterte, Alvarez hands in impeachment case

By GERARD NAVAL and WENDELL VIGILIA | November 21, 2017
CHIEF Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno yesterday finally broke her silence, saying she believes that President Duterte and Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez may have a hand in the impeachment bid against her.

Does a new prexy mean a frien

November 20, 2017
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A FRIEND of President Duterte will lead the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), so expect a change in tone and strategy when the Catholic Church responds to critical issues such as extrajudicial killings (EJKs).
 

NPA deserves ‘terrorist’ tag:

by VICTOR REYES on November 20, 2017
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THE Armed Forces yesterday said it is in favor of President Duterte’s move to classify the communist New People’s Army as a terrorist organization, citing the atrocities the group has been committing against civilians.

Muntinlupa hosts MMFF Parade t

November 20, 2017
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THE Metro Manila Film Festival yesterday said the annual “Parade of the Stars” on Dec. 23 will pass through the streets of Muntinlupa City instead of Roxas Boulevard. 

MMDA to strictly enforce yell

November 20, 2017
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STARTING today, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will strictly implement the yellow lane policy to decongest traffic flow during the holiday season. 

Code of Conduct talks in 2018

November 17, 2017
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CHINA and the Philippines have agreed to avoid force to resolve their differences over the South China Sea as President Duterte announced that “substantive negotiations” on a Code of Conduct would start in early 2018.

Asean voices concern on Noko

November 17, 2017
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THE Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) reiterated its grave concern for the nuclear tests and ballistic missile development of North Korea as it strongly urged Pyongyang to comply with pertinent United Nations agreements.

Duterte’s allies cry diversio

November 17, 2017
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SENATORS allied with President Duterte yesterday criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for raising the extrajudicial killings issue to President Duterte, which they said was part of a diversionary tactic for Canada’s failure to fulfill its promise to take back its garbage which was dumped in the Philippines.

Lawyers file complaint vs Tr

November 17, 2017
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A GROUP of lawyers affiliated with the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) yesterday filed a criminal complaint against Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV before the Pasay City Prosecutor’s Office for inciting rebellious acts against President Duterte.
 

Cops redeployed to malls, ter

by RAYMOND AFRICA on November 17, 2017
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AFTER securing Asean dignitaries, cops will be redeployed to places of convergence in preparation for the coming Yuletide season.

Rody made PH prime destination

by WENDELL VIGILIA on November 17, 2017
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PRESIDENT Duterte’s hosting of the 31st Asean Summit and Related Meetings lifted the Philippines’ value to the Asean and to the world, administration ally Camarines Sur Rep. Luis Raymond Villafuerte said yesterday.

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Column of the Day

Trashy Trudeau and toothy Ardern

By REY O. ARCILLA | November 21,2017
‘As the top officials of their governments, the two ought to be well-versed in good manners and right conduct.’

Opinion of the Day

Who is in a (Christmas) rush?

By ABIGAIL VALTE | November 21, 2017
‘It seems we’ll be seeing an impeachment trial at the Senate come January.’