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THE country can curb corruption if government will introduce institutional reforms and strictly impose sanctions, analysts and experts said on Monday. Speaking at the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption’s (VACC) anti-corruption summit, political science professors Clarita Carlos, Temario Rivera and public policy expert Eduardo Araral agreed that corruption can be…

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‘ROMEO AND JULIET’

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THE grandchildren of 1965 presidential candidates Ferdinand Marcos and Raul Manglapus – political rivals throughout the former’s strongman rule – were wedded in Ilocos Norte on Saturday, an event the Marcos camp touted as the emergence of an “Ilocano Romeo and Juliet story.” Michael Ferdinand Manotoc, the second of three…

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EIGHT out of 10 Filipinos are satisfied with the government’s efforts to rebuild Marawi City, according to the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey. The poll, conducted from September 23 to 27, found that 77 percent of Filipino adults were satisfied with the steps taken by the Duterte administration in…

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CAIRO: Egypt on Saturday mourned 235 worshippers killed in a gun and bomb assault on a mosque in the Sinai Peninsula, where warplanes struck militant hideouts in retaliation for the country’s deadliest attack in recent memory. Special prayers were planned nationwide a day after gunmen detonated a bomb and mowed…

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