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CLASSES, GOVT WORK RESUME

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TRANSPORTATION Secretary Arthur Tugade said on Monday he supported the filing of an economic sabotage case against the group of jeepney operators and drivers whose two-day strike against a government fleet modernization plan forced the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) to shut down. The idea was raised by a PSE director,…

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WASHINGTON, D.C.: Actress Alyssa Milano has sparked a huge outpouring with a simple Twitter request that women respond “me too” if they have been sexually assaulted or harassed. More than 27,000 people replied, making “#MeToo” the top trending topic through the day Sunday. The avalanche of painful personal stories comes…

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Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Supt. Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa on Monday said he is ready to retire because he is tired. “Given the chance that I have to decide for myself, I’d rather [retire]. Because I’m tired. I want to rest,” de la Rosa said in a news…

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Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte on Sunday threw her support behind her father’s plan to establish a revolutionary government, saying the threat of destabilization is real. The mayor echoed President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncements last week that he would declare a revolutionary government until the end of his term in June…

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Malacañang cancelled classes at all levels in public and private schools as well as work in government offices on Monday, October 16, because of the nationwide transport strike to be led by the Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON). “This [suspension of classes and government work] is…

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FORMER Budget Secretary Florencio “Butch” Abad, former Public Works and Highways head Rogelio Singson and several key officials of the Department of Public Works and Highways in Region 12 have been charged with plunder and graft over their alleged involvement in the P7.8 billion illegal transactions on the Road Right…

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‘AMERICA KNOWS’

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte lashed out anew at Sen. Leila de Lima for portraying herself as a “prisoner of conscience,” as the lawmaker continues to languish in detention over illegal drug charges. In an interview aired on state-run People’s Television on Friday night, Duterte insisted that de Lima allowed illegal drugs…

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President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of “grave consequences” after he made the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) the “sole agency” in charge of handling his bloody war on drugs. In a speech in Dumaguete City on Friday night, Duterte acknowledged that the people’s aversion to the drug-related killings was the…

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