Southern Mindanao, Philippines Newswire (Page 7)

Southern Mindanao, Philippines Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Philippine president threatens drug suspect with deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | White Lake Beacon

    The Philippine president warned a Chinese drug suspect that he may die at Manila's airport if he returns from abroad, in televised remarks Thursday that underscored the brazen rhetoric and methods he intends to use to fight the illegal drug trade. As to how the man would die, President Rodrigo Duterte said, "never mind."

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  2. Power stable amid coal plant shutdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Sun-Star

    TSI chief operating officer Sebastian Arsenio Lacson said the shutdown, which started last June 18 is going well as projected. "No, there is no extension of the month-long shutdown.

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  3. Entrep gab for students set, July 9-10Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Sun-Star

    THE Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. is set to stage the first-ever Entrepreneurship Congress for all graduating Business/Entrepreneurship students in Davao City. The two-day event is geared towards developing the entrepreneurial skills of the would-be businessmen.

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  4. The 52nd Hijos de Davao Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Sun-Star

    THE celebration continues. Unbroken. But there was an extra buzz of excitement on the night of the 52nd Hijos de Davao celebration for it was the eve of the inauguration of a Mindanaoan as the new Philippine president.

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  5. Fetalvero: Full of contradictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Sun-Star

    RODRIGO Duterte, who will sit as the 16th president of the Republic of the Philippines, garnered more than 16 million votes in the recently held national elections. He has, so far, filled 16 cabinet and key government positions.

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  6. Barangay in Davao will project Duterte inauguration on used tarpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Manila Bulletin

    Residents of Bankerohan, or Barangay 5A, will be watching the inauguration of Rodrigo R. Duterte, not on giant LED screens but, on a 10 x 10 feet used tarpaulin on the day their leader swears in as the 16th President of the Philippines. Even among his supporters, simplicity has become a theme for the events of Duterte's followers, a change perhaps inspired by a president who has decided to forego the fancy attached to the Manila-based center of power.

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  7. Rodrigo Roa Duterte: President of many firstsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | MindaNews

    Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte, who will take his oath as the 16th President of the Philippines, is a President of many firsts. The 71-year old Duterte voted by 16.6 million Filipinos, is the first Mindanawon to lead the country .

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  8. Police begin 'aggressively implementing' war on criminalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | CBC News

    SaA a Petricic is the CBC's Asia correspondent, based in Beijing. He previously covered the Middle East, from Jerusalem, through the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war.

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  9. Court orders arrest of 15 human rights defenders who helped Lumad 'bakwits'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | MindaNews

    The Regional Trial Court branch 10 here issued a warrant of arrest against 15 human rights defenders accused of kidnapping and serious illegal detention of some 700 Lumads at the Haran Evacuation Center in this city. In her order issued last May 13, RTC 10 Judge Retrina E. Fuentes found the probable cause to order the arrest of the accused with no bail recommended.

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  10. Profile: Duterte to take helm in the PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Al Jazeera

    Mayor known as "The Punisher" to become the 16th president, promising to get rid of drug pushers and corrupt officials. Rodrigo Duterte, a city mayor popularly known as "The Punisher", is set to become the 16th president of the Philippines, riding high on a populist agenda and a promise to get rid of crime and corruption.

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  11. CoffeeBot Goes Live Through "CoffeeBreak with CoffeeBot"Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 29 | PR.com

    CoffeeBot has created a Facebook Live show called CoffeeBreak with CoffeeBot where hot topics are discussed. The first episode was about Facebook and Periscope.

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  12. No holiday in Duterte's inauguration - PalaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Manila Bulletin

    President-elect Rodrigo Duterte delivers a farewell speech during the regular Monday flag-raising ceremony of Davao City employees, recalling the gains made during the 30 years he served the city as its mayor, vice mayor, and congressman. Duterte formally assumes the presidency Thursday.

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  13. Duterte set to take office in Philippines, aiming to destroy 'Imperial Manila'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | The Japan Times

    Philippine President-elect Rodrigo Duterte will take office on Thursday looking to end the domination of "Imperial Manila" with a radical shift to federalism that he says is vital to fighting poverty and ending a deadly Muslim separatist insurgency. Duterte, who won last month's elections in a landslide, has vowed to have the constitution rewritten to achieve his bold plans, which would see power devolved from the central government to newly created states governing the current 81 provinces.

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  14. As Duterte takes over in Philippines, police killings stir fearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Thanh Nein News

    Members of the Philippine National Police Special Reaction Unit gather as part of a police visibility operation along a main road in Metro Manila, Philippines, June 4, 2016. Photo: Reuters/Romeo Ranoco/File Photo Two things catch the eye in the office of Joselito Esquivel, a police colonel enforcing a national crackdown on drugs in the Philippines' most crime-ridden district: a pair of boxing gloves in a display cabinet and an M4 assault rifle lying beside him.

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  15. Smooth transition in PSCRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Sun-Star

    The much-awaited transition meeting between the outgoing and incoming boards of the Philippine Sports Commission headed by Chairman Richie Garcia and comebacking chairman William "Butch" Ramirez, respectively, turned out smooth, without any glitch. Ramirez, during a press conference after yesterday's transition meeting at the PSC Board Room, lauded the outgoing PSC Board for their achievements under Garcia's leadership the past six years.

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  16. "You have to do it right. If you cannot do it right, then get out of mining"Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | The Asian Pacific Post

    Canadian mining companies are jittery of a promised overhaul of laws and permits in The Philippines by incoming president Rodrigo Duterte, who wants to ensure Duterte has also offered the post of Environment secretary to Gina Lopez, chairperson of ABS-CBN's charitable arm Lingkod Bayan Foundation and an outspoken critic of mining. Lopez, who campaigned against mining in Palawan, has accepted the post.

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  17. Spike in police-linked killings feared as Duterte takes power in ManilaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | The Japan Times

    Two things catch the eye in the office of Joselito Esquivel, a police colonel enforcing a national crackdown on drugs in the Philippines' most crime-ridden district: a pair of boxing gloves in a display cabinet and an M4 assault rifle lying beside him. "It's all-out war," the Quezon City officer says of a spike in killings of suspected drug dealers by police across the country since last month's election of Rodrigo Duterte, a tough-talking city mayor, as the country's president.

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  18. Imperial Manila must go'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | The Star Online

    MANILA: Philippine president-elect Rodrigo Duterte takes office this week looking to end the domination of "Imperial Manila" with a radical shift to federalism that he says is vital to fighting poverty and ending a deadly Muslim separatist insurgency. Duterte, who won last month's elections in a landslide, has vowed to have the constitution rewritten to achieve his bold plans, which would see power devolved from the central government in the capital to newly created states governing the current 81 provinces.

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  19. Smooth transitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Sun-Star

    The much-awaited transition meeting between the outgoing and incoming boards of the Philippine Sports Commission headed by Chairman Richie Garcia and comebacking chairman William "Butch" Ramirez, respectively, turned out smooth, without any glitch. Ramirez, during a press conference after yesterday's transition meeting at the PSC Board Room, lauded the outgoing PSC Board for their achievements under Garcia's leadership the past six years.

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  20. Militant leaders wantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 28 | Sun-Star

    AN ARREST warrant has been issued against 14 identified leaders of militant groups and three unidentified co-accused for kidnapping and illegal detention related to the skirmish between lumad evacuees and the military at the UCCP Haran House last year, as instigated by North Cotabato Representative Nancy Cotamco. Among those wanted is a nun who has been awarded for staunchly protecting the human rights of indigenous peoples, Sr. Stella Matutina.

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