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A BEAUTY and cosmetics company said it is willing to pull out some of its products from the market but clarified that it had nothing to do with their quality, rather with their registration that has been pending before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In a statement, John Eric…

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NO Filipino was reported among the casualties in the deadly shooting at a high school in the US where 17 students were killed and several others were wounded, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said. Citing an initial report from Ambassador Jose Manuel Romualdez, the DFA said Nikolas Cruz, an…

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OMBUDSMAN Conchita Carpio Morales has dismissed the plunder complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte. In a statement on Thursday, Morales said her office terminated the investigation as the Anti Money Laundering Council (AMLC) refused to give documents pertinent to the inquiry. The Ombudsman’s investigation stemmed from the P2.4 billion plunder complaint filed…

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MALACANANG on Thursday extended condolences to the families and victims of the mass shooting in a Florida high school where at least 17 people died. “May we first offer a moment of silence for the victims of mass shooting that occurred in Florida,” Palace spokesman Harry Roque said during a press conference.…

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POPE Francis has appointed Bishop Jose Romeo Lazo of San Jose de Antique as the new Archbishop of Jaro. Lazo replaced Archbishop Angel Lagdameo who resigned from the archdiocese he headed since 2000. He was also president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) in 2009. The Pope…

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THE Dipolog Airport in Zamboanga del Norte has resumed operations on Thursday, after it was temporarily shut down the day before because a Cebu Pacific plane failed to take its flight from the runway. “The Dipolog Airport is now back to normal operations following the removal of the aircraft off the…

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Sandiganbayan’s First Division has denied former Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr.’s plea to defer the hearings further in the P224-million plunder case filed against him in connection with the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) or pork barrel scam. The presentation of the defense’s evidence was set to begin on January…

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THE Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) warned Filipino workers and tourists looking for jobs in Macau against a new modus operandi by illegal recuriters who are offering them instead a much better paying job in mainland China. POEA Administrator Bernard Olalia on Thursday warned applicants, particularly household service workers (HSWs), to be extra careful even…

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