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volcanic earthquakes

Recently there has been a significant drop in the emission of sulfur dioxide and fewer volcanic earthquakes in Taal Volcano, PHIVOLCS said on Tuesday. Advertisement The volcano sulfur dioxide has fallen to an average of 344 tons/day compared to the 4,353 tonnes/day recorded on Monday. PHIVOLCS has previously explained that the presence of more atmospheric sulfur dioxide means that the magma is shallow or moving closer to the surface. Since

Tanauan residents

Some Tanauan City residents in Batangas were briefly allowed to enter the 14-kilometer permanent danger zone on Saturday after calling on local authorities to get their belongings and feed their cattle. According to a Balitanghali Weekend article by Darlene Cay, the authorities allocated an hour to some residents to reach the 14-kilometer danger zone after 6 a.m. This was after residents arrived continuously at checkpoints from dawn until sunrise, begging

Las Piñas

Just after the intense news about the Taal Volcano eruption, A fire broke out in Las Piñas City on Tuesday morning, reaching the third alarm after 10 a.m. The fire hit a neighborhood near Alabang-Zapote Road. The Fire Protection Bureau said the affected area is in Barangay Almanza Uno, on Real Street and Alabang-Zapote Avenue. As of the posting time, firemen are still putting out the fire

AFP

Eastern Mindanao Command Chief Lieutenant General Felimon Santos is the new head of the Philippines Armed Forces, according to the Dobol B sa News TV story on Thursday, citing Senator Christopher “Bong” Go. Publicity Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea also confirmed the appointment of Santos to GMA News Online. Santos will replace General Noel Clement, who is due to retire on 5 January 2020. Santos is a graduate of the 1986

Rizal

On Tuesday, December 17, at least nine people died in a 3-way road crash in Cardona, Rizal. Police said that students were at least three of those killed in the incident. Two drivers were injured among them. Two trucks and a jeepney were involved in the incident along Barangay Looc’s LLDA National Road at around 6 am on Tuesday. Cardona police chief Captain Jhuner Mojares said in a phone interview

The House

House of Representative leaders is unlikely to pursue Charter change even after an unnumbered resolution of both houses has been approved by the House Committee on Constitutional Amendments seeking longer terms for House members and other constitutional changes. A senior member of the House Committee on Rules told that the approval of the committee came as a surprise. The bill approved by the House Committee aimed at increasing the number

protests

Hours after sharing a podium at 196-nation climate talks with Swedish campaigner Greta Thunberg, Greenpeace International’s head found herself locked out of Wednesday’s building along with hundreds of other observers thrown out of the talks. Jennifer Morgan, who has been attending 25 years of turbulent UN talks, said the expulsion was unprecedented. Credential observers — including research institutes, NGOs, and other groups of civil society — play a critical role

Temperature

According to PAGASA, Baguio City residents and visitors may encounter temperatures as low as 12 ° C on Tuesday. Vonne Aquino announced that the temperature in Burnham Park was 14.4 ° C at 4 a.m. The early vacationers enjoy the vibes of the park’s Christmas village. Many can’t get enough of taking selfies adorned with Christmas trees and hot lights at the Instagram-worthy spots. In Baguio City, the coldest in

Philippine National Police

Police officer-in-charge of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Lieutenant General Archie Francisco Gamboa instructed cops on Friday to ignore people flashing calling high-ranking police and government officials cards just to get out of circumstances like traffic violations. Many police officers are easily intimidated when violators present calling officials ‘ cards to avoid being arrested or disciplined, according to Gamboa. Gamboa stressed that many drivers typically violate traffic rules during the

Photo oh sea games

The Billiards and Snookers Congress of the Philippines (BSCP) has assembled a star-studded lineup for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games to ensure the country will harvest an impressive batch of gold medals. Former world 9-ball kingpin Carlo Biado, former world 8-ball champion Dennis Orcollo and twice world women’s 10-ball titlist Rubilen Amit are leading the nation’s pool project in the national biennial conference. Johann Chua, Jeffrey Ignacio, Warren Kiamco, Chezka