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Govt pandemic response hits P2.6T in 2020 – DoF

The government’s socioeconomic response to the coronavirus pandemic was valued at more than P2.6 trillion last year, the Department of Finance (DoF) reported on...

‘Use P19B-insurgency fund for coronavirus response’

SENATE Minority Leader Franklin Drilon wants the government to use the P19-billion allocation for the anti-insurgency campaign in its pandemic response this year. The senator...

DILG lauded for pandemic response

SEN. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go has expressed his support for the proposed 2021 budget of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG),...

Covid financing soars to $8.9B 

Financing for the government’s pandemic response has surged to $8.95 billion (roughly P434 billion) as of September 14, according to the Department of Finance...

PH secures $4.8-B loans for pandemic response

THE Department of Finance (DoF)has secured $4.85 billion in financing packages from multilateral lenders and commercial markets as of mid-May this year to boost...

Death toll in Madrid gas blast rises to four

MADRID: The toll from a powerful explosion that gutted a church-owned building in Madrid rose to four on Thursday after a priest died from...

Duterte sends ‘warmest greetings, best wishes’ to Biden, Harris

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte extended to  United States President Joseph "Joe" Biden Jr. and Vice President Kamala Harris his “warmest greetings and best wishes”. Presidential spokesman...

ABS-CBN’s ‘ASAP Natin ‘To’, ‘FPJ: Da King’ head to TV5

ABS-CBN’s long-time running musical variety show, “ASAP Natin 'To” and “FPJ: Da King,” are headed to TV5. Beginning Sunday, January 24, TV5 will simulcast...

DoJ junks case vs Pimentel for violating health protocols 

THE Department of Justice (DoJ) on Thursday junked for lack of probable cause the complaint against Sen. Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel 3rd over his alleged...

World hopes for renewed cooperation with US under Biden

MEXICO CITY: World leaders welcomed into their ranks the new United States President Joe Biden, noting their most pressing problems, including the Covid-19 pandemic...
 

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