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Duterte to public servants: Don’t be a ‘Judas’ in gov’t campaign vs corruption

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President Rodrigo Duterte urged on Wednesday, Dec. 6, newly-appointed government officials not to betray him in his fight against corruption.

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Duterte to newly arrived OFWs: Your sacrifice is helping PH economy

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CLARK FREEPORT ZONE, Pampanga -- President Rodrigo Duterte welcomed on Thursday, Dec. 7,  dozens of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who arrived from the Middle East at the Clark International Airport here.

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Miss Universe title-holders join other pageant beauties in PH tour

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“You’re lucky!” exclaimed newly-crowned Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, whose first overseas trip to the Philippines as the reigning queen took place even before her homecoming in South Africa.

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Pinoy kids reap awards in Math olympiad

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Filipino elementary students have bagged multiple major awards in an international mathematics competition held in Malaysia.

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North Korea warns of war, Chinese residents given radiation advice

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Tensions on the Korean peninsula reached boiling point on Thursday, Dec. 7, as Pyongyang warned it would not avoid war with the US if provoked, while a Chinese-run newspaper on the border published tips for how to survive a nuclear attack.

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PH bet Jannie Loudette Alipo-on crowned as Miss Tourism International

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Mutya ng Pilipinas Jannie Loudette Alipo-on bested 49 other beauties in the 20th Miss Tourism International pageant held in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, Wednesday night, Dec. 6.

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Outrage after Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

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PARIS, France -- Donald Trump’s decision Wednesday, Dec. 6, to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has drawn sharp criticism, with the significant exception of Israel.

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2018 budget is pro-people, needs-based, says Legarda

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The proposed 2018 General Appropriations Act (GAA) is a pro-people and needs-based budget, Senator Loren Legarda, chair of the Senate finance panel, assured on Sunday, Dec. 3.

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Syndicates behind rigging of gov’t bids are like gangsters - Duterte

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Stressing his promise to curb corruption, President Duterte on Wednesday, Dec. 6, said he wanted to include the members of a syndicate manipulating biddings for public projects in the category of drug peddlers to make it easier to take care of them.

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Roque: Don’t force Christians into BBL

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ZAMBOANGA CITY -- While President Rodrigo Duterte was committed to the establishment of an inclusive Bangsamoro autonomous territory, predominantly Christian areas in Mindanao, including the cities of Zamboanga and Davao, must not be forced to join the incipient entity.

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