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CEBU CITY: “I have chosen the way of truth.” This was the motto of Cebu Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo Vidal, who passed away at the age of 86 at 7:26 a.m. on Wednesday. After showing improvement Sunday morning from a two-day coma, Vidal died peacefully at the intensive care unit at…

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SEN. Panfilo Lacson on Tuesday said the military must be allowed to finish its “final assault” against the remaining terrorists cornered in Marawi City before martial law is lifted in Mindanao. Some senators said the government must also focus on the reconstruction of war-torn Marawi following President Rodrigo Duterte’s declaration…

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President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday warned transport groups behind the holding of a nationwide strike that he will destroy old jeepneys if they refuse to follow the government’s modernization program. In his speech during the Federalism Summit in Camarines Sur, Duterte urged drivers and operators to modernize their jeepneys by…

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Actor Baron Geisler, who has a history of trouble with the law, landed in jail Monday night for disturbing the peace while at a restaurant in Quezon City. Kamuning Police Station Chief Supt. Christian dela Cruz said Geisler pushed and cussed the guard of TGI Fridays on Tomas Morato Extension,…

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MARAWI CITY: A dawn military offensive signaled the end of the road for the two top leaders of the five-month long terrorist siege of Marawi City on Monday. Military troops killed Isnilon Hapilon, emir or chieftain of the Islamic State (IS) in Southeast Asia, and Omarkhayam “Omar” Maute, leader of…

THAILAND-BASED BUSINESSMEN:

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With a market of 100 million, cost-effective wages and an English-speaking workforce, the Philippines is very attractive to foreign investors, a group of Thailand-based businessmen said on Monday. Officers of the One Belt One Road (OBOR) Association visited the Philippines from October 11 to 16 to look at investment opportunities…

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