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10K Filipinos may be affected by rescinded US immigration policy - DFA

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An estimated 10,000 Filipinos may be affected by the United States’ new immigration policy, the Department of Foreign Affairs said on Wednesday, Sept. 6.

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BOC officials: Yes, there is ‘tara system’ in Customs

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Several officials of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) confirmed that the “tara system,” which Senator Panfilo Lacson recently exposed in a privilege speech, is existing within the agency.

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Duterte to gov’t officials: You’re not special; you’re just working for the people

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DAVAO CITY --  President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday, Sept. 2, said government officials should not act like they were special because in reality they are only working for the benefit of the people.

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We won’t play Trillanes’ game - Paolo’s camp

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We won’t play Trillanes’ game.

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House OKs universal care bill

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The House of Representatives on Wednesday, Sept. 6, passed on third and final reading the bill providing for universal health care for all Filipinos.

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US envoy joins calls for ‘full accountability’ in Kian slay

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United States Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim on Tuesday, Aug. 22, joined the chorus calling for accountability in the killing of 17-year-old Kian Loyd delos Santos during a drug operation in Caloocan City last week.

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Marcos camp welcomes SC ruling acting as PET

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The camp of former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos welcomed the ruling of the Supreme Court, acting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), denying with finality the bid of Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo to reverse its earlier ruling finding sufficiency in Marcos’ election protest.

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More church leaders slam drug slays

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More officials of the Roman Catholic Church have added their voices to a growing public protest against the killing of alleged drug offenders in a sudden intensification of President Duterte’s war on drugs in which a 17-year-old boy was among dozens killed by the Philippine National Police.

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Taguba apologizes to Duterte son, in-law, clears them from drug smuggling mess

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Broker Mark Ruben Taguba II has apologized to presidential son Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and his brother-in-law Manases Carpio for the “fake news” circulating that the two were involved in the P6.4-billion shipment of illegal drugs that went past the inspection of the Bureau of Customs (BOC).

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Duterte on Kian’s killing: Cops went out of line

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STO TOMAS, Batangas -- “That is really bad.”

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