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Time honors ‘Silence Breakers’

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NEW YORK -- The “Silence Breakers” - those who have shared their stories about sexual assault and harassment - have been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year.

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Outrage after Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

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PARIS, France -- Donald Trump’s decision Wednesday, Dec. 6, to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has drawn sharp criticism, with the significant exception of Israel.

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SC upholds martial law declaration in Mindanao

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dec. 5, jettisoned with finality the three appeals questioning the constitutionality of the martial law President Rodrigo Duterte declared in Mindanao.

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Syndicates behind rigging of gov’t bids are like gangsters - Duterte

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Stressing his promise to curb corruption, President Duterte on Wednesday, Dec. 6, said he wanted to include the members of a syndicate manipulating biddings for public projects in the category of drug peddlers to make it easier to take care of them.

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Duterte to public servants: Don’t be a ‘Judas’ in gov’t campaign vs corruption

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President Rodrigo Duterte urged on Wednesday, Dec. 6, newly-appointed government officials not to betray him in his fight against corruption.

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Duterte to newly arrived OFWs: Your sacrifice is helping PH economy

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CLARK FREEPORT ZONE, Pampanga -- President Rodrigo Duterte welcomed on Thursday, Dec. 7,  dozens of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who arrived from the Middle East at the Clark International Airport here.

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Miss Universe title-holders join other pageant beauties in PH tour

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“You’re lucky!” exclaimed newly-crowned Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, whose first overseas trip to the Philippines as the reigning queen took place even before her homecoming in South Africa.

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Pinoy kids reap awards in Math olympiad

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Filipino elementary students have bagged multiple major awards in an international mathematics competition held in Malaysia.

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North Korea warns of war, Chinese residents given radiation advice

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Tensions on the Korean peninsula reached boiling point on Thursday, Dec. 7, as Pyongyang warned it would not avoid war with the US if provoked, while a Chinese-run newspaper on the border published tips for how to survive a nuclear attack.

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PH bet Jannie Loudette Alipo-on crowned as Miss Tourism International

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Mutya ng Pilipinas Jannie Loudette Alipo-on bested 49 other beauties in the 20th Miss Tourism International pageant held in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, Wednesday night, Dec. 6.

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