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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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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has assured the families of the victims of the massacre in Maguindanao that those responsible would be convicted, his spokesman said on Friday. Palace spokesman Harry Roque also said that the President promised employment and financial aid in a meeting with the families on November 23, the…

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President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday said he decided to cut talks with the communist rebels as the group sounded like they wanted a “coalition government” with his administration. Speaking before soldiers in Camp Tecson in San Miguel, Bulacan, the President stressed that he could not have a coalition government with…

AMID ROHINGYA CRISIS

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VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis plunges into a diplomatic minefield next week with visits to under-fire Myanmar and neighboring Bangladesh amid mounting outrage over the plight of persecuted Rohingya Muslims. Some 620,000 Rohingya, more than half their total number, have fled from Myanmar’s Rakhine state to Bangladesh since August as a…

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Manny Pacquiao threw down the gauntlet to Conor McGregor – and took a dig at Floyd Mayweather – as he promised to give the mixed martial arts star a “real boxing match.” McGregor lost a megabucks fight in August against the unbeaten Mayweather, who defeated Pacquiao in their disappointing “Fight…

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At age 33 and raising six children in a slum named “Paradise Village,” Myrna Albos is Exhibit A for the Philippines’ serial family planning failures. The plumber’s wife already had four children by the time a family planning law was passed in December 2012, but she had two more after…

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TRUE to his word, Palace Spokesman Harry Roque rode the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) 3 on Thursday. He was lucky. The ride that started at the North Avenue station in Quezon City was smooth and glitch-free. However, Roque was seen sweating profusely after alighting at the MRT’s EDSA-Taft Station in…

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TOKYO: Eight warships joined a US aircraft carrier and scores of helicopters and planes Thursday to search for three American sailors who went missing after their plane crashed in the Philippine Sea. The families of the missing sailors were notified after a C-2A “Greyhound” aircraft with 11 people on board…

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