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Zero hunger bill could help win war on drugs’

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OLONGAPO CITY -- A pro-administration member of the House of Representatives on Monday, Oct. 16, said that ending hunger and poverty would turn people away from narcotics and help win the war on drugs being waged by President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Do you live in one of NatGeo’s top 25 happiest cities in the US?

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If your quest for happiness remains elusive, it may be time to pack up and move to Boulder, Colorado, which was just named National Geographic’s happiest city in the United States.

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EU urges Pinoys to study in Europe to ‘understand better its way of thinking’

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With President Rodrigo Duterte’s almost constant rants on the European Union (EU), now may be the best time for Filipinos to study in Europe to learn more about the regional bloc, its culture and its ideals.

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Duterte defends his non-confrontational policy on sea row

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President Duterte on Thursday, Oct. 19, defended before foreign government officials his non-confrontational policy with other countries over conflicting territorial claims in the South China Sea.

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US senator confirms meeting with Trillanes

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US Republican Senator Marco Rubio has confirmed his meeting with Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, saying they discussed the protection of human rights amid the country’s narcotics crisis.

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DOT relaunches ‘Bring Home a Friend’ program

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The Department of Tourism (DOT) relaunched on Saturday night, Oct. 14, the “Bring Home a Friend” program that aims to make every Filipino an ambassador of the Philippines.

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Jessica Sanchez takes the knee after singing US anthem

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OAKLAND, California  -- Filipina and Mexican American Jessica Sanchez took a knee at the end of her performance of the National Anthem before the Oakland Raiders-Los Angeles Chargers games in Oakland on Sunday, Oct. 15.

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Duterte accuses Piston, other groups of ‘committing rebellion’

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President Rodrigo Duterte slammed on Tuesday, Oct. 17, the Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Opereytor Nationwide (Piston) and two other groups, accusing them of “committing rebellion.”

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Guilty pleas in New Mexico sale of PH-made fake Indian artifacts

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SANTA FE, New Mexico  -- A New Mexico art gallery owner and a jewelry supplier have pleaded guilty in federal court to criminal charges in the sale of fake Native American jewelry that was manufactured in the Philippines, representing the first conviction in a sweeping international investigation.

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Drivers in protest: Costly modernization to drive us to unemployment

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Jeepney drivers and operators have vowed to continue their fight against the impending jeepney modernization plan even as Malacañang stood firm on implementing the upgrade of what had long been touted as the country’s “King of the Road”.

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