Philippines Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. A deranged mind: The insanity plea in PH casesRead the original story

    Sunday | World News Report

    Published 8:10 PM, March 26, 2017 Updated 8:10 PM, March 26, 2017 MANILA, Philippines - Security guard Jonathan Sanchez admitted to fatally shooting father and son Goering Paderanga Sr and Gerik Paderanga, both lawyers, near the victims' office in Cebu City on December 22, 2016. That time, Sanchez was on duty, guarding a construction site near the Paderangas' office.

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  2. Awesome foursomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    This is a story about Merceditas Perez Rodriguez, her two children Jan and Jia Rodriguez, and her grandson Gian franco Rodriguez Wang. On the other hand, her other children Jerome, Jomark and Julia have carved their own niche that makes them happy.

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  3. 4 dead, 23 wounded in grenade attack in southern PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Chronicle Herald

    At least four people were killed and 23 others wounded in a grenade attack in the southern Philippines that appears to be unrelated to terrorism, officials said Sunday. Army Col.

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  4. March 26, 2017Read the original story

    Sunday | Tandem News

    ... or illness. Approximately 3% of women and 4% of men become permanently disabled in the UK. Where as in the Philippines the average age of death is a considerably lower it really is a must have product and everyone should have a life insurance Cebu ...

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  5. Uk PM trade envoy lauds development of IloiloRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    More than three decades since he last visited Iloilo, United Kingdom Prime Minister's Trade Envoy to the Philippines Richard Graham was all praises for the development of the city when he landed at the airport Friday morning. Graham and the other members of the British delegation were briefed of Iloilo City's Urban Renewal Project, a pet project of Senator Franklin Drilon, by landscape architect and urban planner Paolo Alcazaren in a short program held at the Richmonde Hotel Iloilo following today's opening of the British Festival at SM City mall.

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  6. British envoy urges Iloilo students to avail of UK's Chevening scholarshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    ... the UK. In his speech, Ahmad recalled that three years ago, they were able to fund eight students from the Philippines as Chevening scholars. He expressed hope to be able to gather more students here as UK increased its funding for the program. He ...

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  7. CHR, police rescue rape victim from father's clutchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sun-Star

    The Commission on Human Rights in Negros Oriental and the Provincial Intelligence Bureau of Philippine National Police rescued Friday a 17-year-old girl who has repeatedly raped allegedly by her father for about 10 years now. Dr. Jess Canete, CHR-Negros Oriental chief and special investigator, disclosed that the girl is now in his custody and is being subjected to medico legal examination in support of the filing of charges against her father.

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  8. Duterte leads groundbreaking of Bukidnon drug rehab centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    ... of Filipinos because we need them to run the country, to be the fathers and mothers of our children so that the Philippines can continue until kingdom come," he said. "It does not matter what document you'd want toa and I said if it comes to the ...

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  9. Britain to boost economic ties with IloiloRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Manila Bulletin

    With its impending exit from the European Union , Great Britain is looking to boost economic ties with Iloilo and the rest of the Visayas. "Finance, innovation and education are the three key points that we can hope to bring with the greater entrepreneurial spirit from the British Embassy," said Richard Graham, trade envoy to the Philippines representing the United Kingdom prime minister.

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  10. 12-hour power interruption to hit Surigao del NorteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Manila Bulletin

    Several towns in northeastern province of Surigao del Norte and its component city of Surigao will experience a 12-hour power interruption on Saturday due to the maintenance activities on the distribution lines of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines . In a phone interview with The Manila Bulletin, Ms.

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  11. Maymay Entrata shares life story in 'MMK'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    "Pinoy Big Brother" Lucky Season 7 winner Maymay Entrata will top bill her first acting project in "Maalaala Mo Kaya". ON THE heels of her win at "Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7," Maymay Entrata will try her hands at acting on this Saturday's episode of "Maalaala Mo Kaya" .

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  12. Kaamulan' culminates with street dancingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    Thousands of spectators trooped to this city, "the South Summer Capital of the Philippines", to witness the street dancing competition participated by Bukidnon's 20 towns and two cities as the highlight of the annual Kaamulan Festival held Saturday, March 25. Garbed in colorful costumes representing the different tribal groups in Bukidnon, the contingents came from 13 towns and cities, namely: Baungon, Cabanglasan, Damulog, Don Carlos, Impasug-ong, Kadingilan, Kitaotao, Malaybalay, Manolo Fortich, Malitbog, Maramag, Talakag, and Valencia City. According to the provincial government in a recent article, the festival, which ran from February 1 to March 25, is expected to draw at least 50,000 local and foreign visitors.

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  13. Duterte to drug lords: 'I will destroy you'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    ... the drug trade in the country. "It would be my honor, I'd be happy if I am killed in the altar of [drugs] in the Philippines. It's my honor to die for my country," Duterte said. After his speech, Duterte proceeded to the site of the proposed drug ...

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  14. Australia concerned about IS 'caliphate' in Southern PhilippinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Asian Correspondent

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte greets Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop during her courtesy call at the Presidential Guest House in Davao city, Philippines March 17, 2017. Source: Malacanang Photo/Handout via Reuters AUSTRALIA and its allies are readying themselves for the possibility of the Islamic State declaring a "caliphate" in Southern Philippines, according to Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop.

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  15. Personality profile: Telling our stories on the widescreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    ... in the same art. He learned the craft on his own but three years after that, he found himself coming back to the Philippines and starting a photography studio in Tagum City catering to wedding and events services. He enrolled in a Guerilla ...

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  16. Shoe repairman's son to finish college as Summa Cum LaudeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    ... the next generations to come? We are all recipients of God's tremendous blessings," he added. Jireh told SunStar Philippines that he was blessed to have scholarships from the Department of Science and Technology (Dost), Cebu City Government, Real ...

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  17. Northern Mindanao investments plunge by 34% in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sun-Star

    NEW investments generated in the region for 2016 have decreased by 34 percent, with only P18.6 billion generated by Northern Mindanao in 2016 compared to P28 billion additional investments in 2015, a report of the National Economic Development Authority showed. Engineer Cecilio Clarete, Neda-Northern Mindanao Chief Economic Development Specialist said the decrease is due to the lack of new investments poured particularly in the province of Bukidnon in 2016.

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  18. Strong community support now turning tide against ASG: WMC chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Manila Bulletin

    By Philippine News Agency With the military getting strong public support, the fight against the Abu Sayyaf Group bandits in Basilan and Sulu is now taking a turn for the better. This was the observation made by Western Mindanao Command commander Major Gen.

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  19. 57 Mindanawons graduate from PNPA: 7 in Top 10; Moro cadets rank 1st, 2ndRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 25 | MindaNews

    Seven of the Top Ten graduates of the Philippine National Police Academy are Mindanawons and the top two graduates are Moro. Police Cadet Macdum Darping Enca of Cotabato City, a Maguindanaon, is the top graduate of PNPA Class "Masidlak" 2017 while Jail Cadet Midzfar Hamis Omar of Tawi-Tawi, a Badjao is second.

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  20. Mt. Apo reopens to trekkers a year after "indefinite closure"Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 25 | MindaNews

    ... on Heritage parks and Reserves. Mt. Apo is among eight declared landmarks declared as heritage parks in the Philippines and one of the 38 in the 10-country ASEAN - Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, ...

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