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Two suspected drug pushers, also facing murder and car theft charges, were killed after they engaged operatives to a gunfight during a buy-bust on Tuesday in Caloocan City. The slain suspects – Eljun Paule, alias “Bigbang” and Danilo Magsael alias “Dondon” – were subject of operation in Santa Rita North…

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An American, identified as James Rinaldo Boudraux, was found dead with multiple stabbed wounds inside his rented room in in Barangay 73, Caloocan City on Tuesday. The victim’s landlady, Marissa Silva, told investigators that Boudraux left his rented unit at about 9 p.m, and returned an hour later along with…

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A drug-crazed aunt who muzzled with a packaging tape her one-year-old nephew to stop him from crying and threw the body in a canal in Caloocan City has been charged with murder. Maria Ruth Mariano, 23, cried and asked forgiveness from her ward, Bryan Jay San Agustin, whose body was…

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Water rates will go up again if consumers will allow the two water concessionaires–Maynilad Water Services Inc. (West zone concessionaire) and Manila Water Co. Inc.—to raise their rates with the approval of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS). Water for All Refund Movement, led by its president Rodolfo Javellana…

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Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald de la Rosa on Sunday explained why Bulacan massacre suspect and construction worker Carmelino Ibañez, 26, had tested negative for drug use. At the same time, de la Rosa hinted that Ibañez had an accomplice whom the PNP chief said they are tracking down.…

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State weathermen on Wednesday said localized thunderstorm is forecast for Metro Manila and some parts of the country until the weekend. Such thunderstorm, according to them, signals the start of the rainy season. They said there is no possibility of a typhoon entering the country till the end of this…

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The United Filipino Consumers and Commuters (UFCC) and Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC) called for the immediate dismantling of Performance Based Regulation (PBR) and adoption of a modified Return on Rate Base (RORB) for setting electricity rates, to reduce power rates and mitigate excessive utility profits. Romeo Junia presented the…

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ONLY 2,026 or 7.63 percent of the 26,561 examinees passed the Philippine National Police (PNP) entrance exam conducted by the National Police Commission (Napolcom) in April. Napolcom Vice Chairman and Executive Officer Rogelio T. Casurao said that out of the 6,634 who took the police officer exam, 2,440 or 36.78…

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A drunkEN security guard beset with financial problems locked himself inside the security office of Eton Centris Commercial Center along EDSA in Quezon City, almost causing the mall to shut down on Wednesday. Police said Herminigildo Marsula Jr, 33, married with two children and a resident of San Jose Del…

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A bomb expert of the Abu Sayyaf Group, said to be a close aide of ASG leader Isnilon Hapilon, was arrested by a group of soldiers and policemen in Zamboanga City over the weekend. Reports reaching the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Western Mindanao Command said members of the…

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