The world awaits convictions in Maguindanao Massacre case – media groups

The world is watching. This is the message of international and local media organizations at the commemoration of the fifth year since the Maguindanao Massacre.

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Journalists remember 32 colleagues slain in Maguindanao Massacre

Dozens of foreign and local journalists lit candles on Sunday to remember the 2009 murder of 32 journalists in the southern Philippines, the biggest recorded killing of media workers in history.

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Treating churches like businesses scandalous, Pope Francis tells faithful 

Pope Francis has criticized priests and laypeople who turn their parishes into a “business” by charging for baptisms, blessings, and Mass intentions.

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Govt vows justice five years after Maguindanao massacre

Top officials vowed on Sunday to deliver justice as the Philippines marked the fifth anniversary of a political massacre that killed 58 with no one yet convicted and several would-be witnesses murdered.

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Palace lauds victorious Pacquiao for exhibiting Pinoys’ unwavering spirit even amid adversity

MalacaƱang lauded Filipino boxing icon and Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao for his unanimous victory against undefeated American boxer Chris Algieri in their fight in Macau Sunday.

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Sereno: SC doing everything to speed up trial on Maguindanao massacre case

On the 5th anniversary of the worst election-related violence in Philippine history that left 58 people dead, Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno assures the public that the high court is doing everything to fast-track the proceedings of the Maguindanao Massacre case, according to a “Balintanghali” report on Sunday.

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DTI steps up surprise inspections in provinces

With the holidays drawing closer, the Department of Trade and Industry stepped up its surprise inspections in stores selling Noche Buena items in the provinces.

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PhlPost issues Philippine festival masks stamps

Stamp collectors, get ready: The Philippine Postal Corp. has issued another set of stamps, this time celebrating the colorful Philippine festival masks.

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PHL can deny entry to foreigners who disrespect authorities – Immigration bureau

The Bureau of Immigration can blacklist foreigners for disresepcting symbols of Philippine authority but this can be subject to an appeal, a bureau spokespeson said Saturday.

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‘Concerned’ Hong Kong to contact PHL over reporters' blacklisting

Hong Kong authorities will contact their Philippine counterparts over the supposed blacklisting of nine Hong Kong journalists from covering the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit that the Philippines will host in 2015.

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