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State weather office PAGASA said Wednesday 3 weather systems affected the Philippines, bringing rains to areas of Luzon and Visayas. Tropical depression Nimfa was 685 kilometers south of Basco, Batanes at 10 a.m., unlikely to landfall. PAGASA said on Wednesday. It retained its power, packing up to 55 km / h peak continuous winds and up to 70 km / h gusts. Nimfa was nearly stationary and anticipated to leave

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Some 53 Chinese women were rescued early on Thursday by police from the Baclaran Prostitution Racket. Four men, allegedly managing the company and 7 women, who worked as cleaners, were also arrested. The 3-story condominium building was raided by National Capital Region Police Operators (NCRPO) after they were scouting it allegedly being used as a prostitution barn. According to NCRPO director Guillermo Eleazar, the information came after Sept. 4 rescue

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Malacañang rejected the previous comment of President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday that last year he ordered the ambush on former Daanbantayan, Mayor of Cebu Vicente Loot. “Let’s be evident and categorical: the President did not order Gen. Loot’s ambush,” he said. Duterte claims he ordered a hit on the ex-Daanbantayan mayor he labeled as a drug protector Loot, an ex-police officer named Duterte as a drug ring protector, who survived

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Malacañang rejected Wednesday’s call by former top diplomat Albert del Rosario from the Philippines to increase Manila’s legal win over the South China Sea over Beijing as world rulers gather at the 74th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN). Bringing up the 2016 decision that invalidated China’s sweeping claims to the meeting over the resource-rich waters would be “pointless” as the UN has no “enforcement force.”

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The Department of Labor and Employment does not have the authority to employ illegal foreign employees over Philippine Offshore Gaming Operations (POGOs), its chief said Wednesday. Despite his department being able to inspect POGO activities, Labor Secretary Silvestro Bello III said that disciplining them remains “toothless.” We’re arrogant, we can inspect and say ‘ you don’t have a license, you get a license, ‘ but we can’t do anything if

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The capital city will soon distribute government identification cards that can be used as cash cards for senior citizens, persons with disabilities and solo parents. Their P500 monthly allowance from the city government will be disbursed through IDs that can be used to withdraw cash and pay bills online, Moreno said shortly before signing an agreement. Cards will be allocated to approximately 200,000 senior citizens, PWDs and solitary parents until

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During the rush hour, Senate dismissed a Congressman’s suggestion to prohibit private cars on EDSA to relieve traffic congestion on Metro Manila’s primary highway. The suggestion made by Caloocan Rep. Edgar Erice, Senate President Vicente Sotto III, was not a “well thought out” proposition. Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto called the concept of Erice “insane” and something not to be taken seriously. According to Erice, vice chairman of the House

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Tuesday, Malacañang slammed the upcoming US premiere of a documentary film tackling the bloody campaign against illegal drugs by President Rodrigo Duterte and advised those planning to watch the film being circumspect. Produced as an on-the-ground look by award-winning filmmakers James Jones and Olivier Sarbil, “On the Orders of the President”. Through the spokesperson for Duterte, Salvador Panelo, the Palace criticized the documentary film as being “overdramatized” and packed with

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Unscrupulous cops recycle illegal drugs seized during narcotics operations, the head of the agency responsible for leading President Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war said Monday, in a stunning admission that could again raise doubts about the credibility of the government’s drug war. Several sources have confirmed that unscrupulous anti-narcotics agents use seized illegal drugs either to sell them or to use them as evidence planted in false operations. He said that

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On Monday, Secretary of Justice Menardo Guevarra and Secretary of the Interior Eduardo Año signed the revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No 10592. In a press conference, Guevarra said that among the important revisions to the IRR are the clarification of prisoners who are disqualified by law from the use of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) and other time allowances, as well as the definition of