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15 boxes of pork evidence

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On Wednesday afternoon, 15 boxes of evidence and more than 2,000 pages of financial transactions purportedly detailing the extent of a P10-billion racket involving state funds meant to ease rural poverty and ended in kickbacks over 10 years were submitted to the National Bureau of Investigation.

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ASEAN Navy Chiefs Meet in Manila

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MAKATI CITY -- President Benigno S. Aquino III lauded the 7th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Navy Chiefs Meeting held at the Fairmont Hotel here on Tuesday.

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WikiLeaks cables: MNLF commander a 'bad seed'

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MANILA -- Nur Misuari's most-trusted aide, who is among Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) commanders leading the attack in Zamboanga City, is a "bad seed" in the rebel group, according to confidential US embassy cables published by anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.

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Palace to gunmen in Zambo: Stand down or face force

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MANILA -- Malacañang urged the gunmen behind the ongoing attacks in Zamboanga to stand down or face military action.

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CA upholds multiple murder charges vs. Andal Sr's son

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MANILA -- The Court of Appeals (CA) has upheld the multiple murder charges filed against one Ampatuan family member who stand accused in the high-profile Maguindanao massacre case.

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Grant of bail to Maralit brothers opposed

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The ties of one of the Maralit brothers to the Philippine intelligence community under the Cory Aquino Administration are being used by the United States authorities as among the bases to oppose their grant of bail to ensure their appearance in court while the alleged gun-running charges are pending.

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Frank Chavez passes away; 66

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MANILA -- Former Solicitor General Francisco “Frank” Chavez, who was a known critic of the Marcos family, died Wednesday night (September 11) due to stroke at the age of 66.

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‘Solons sold their PDAF’

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“Maybe God used me to dismantle the work of my cousin.”

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Zambo evacuees sleep in small boats

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MANILA -- A number of evacuees have been forced to stay in fishing boats due to clashes between government forces and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) in Zamboanga City, said a non-government organization Thursday on Radyo Inquirer 990AM.

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Cebu ferry tragedy death toll up to 110

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MANILA -- The number of fatalities in last month's collision between a passenger ship and a cargo vessel in Cebu went up further to 110 as of Monday noon, the Philippine Coast Guard said.

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