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North Korea’s new ‘tactical’ weapon test highlights military modernization

North Korea’s claim last week that it had tested an unidentified “ultramodern tactical weapon” highlighted its desire to upgrade its conventional arms and reassure its military even as talks are under way to end its nuclear program, analysts said.
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Rain on the way as search for missing continues after California wildfires

Rain is on the way for fire-scorched and smoke-choked northern California, forecasters said on Sunday, as the search for the dead and missing continued after the state’s most destructive wildfires.
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Turkey says Khashoggi killers may have taken body parts out of country — media

The killers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have taken his dismembered body out of Turkey in luggage, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar was quoted as saying by broadcaster CNN Turk on Sunday.
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Korean language class an elective, not replacement for Filipino subject — DepEd

The Department of Education clarified that the Korean language classes to be offered in some Metro Manila schools will not replace the Filipino subject in the basic education curriculum.
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Robredo urges gov’t to stand firm on West PHL Sea: Our sovereignty is at stake

The administration should stand firm behind the Philippines’ claims in the South China Sea because the country’s sovereignty is at stake, Vice President Leni Robredo said Sunday.
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Duterte back in PHL from APEC Summit

President Rodrigo Duterte returned to the Philippines Sunday evening after attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Papua New Guinea.
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‘Din of the rich few’ drowning out the voices of the needy, says Pope Francis

Pope Francis railed against social inequality Sunday, lamenting “the din of the rich few” drowning out the voice of the needy, as he marked the second “World Day of the Poor.”
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Youth groups hold protest rally, demand Imelda’s imprisonment

Various youth and student groups on Sunday conducted a protest rally at the People Power Monument in Quezon City against former first lady Imelda Marcos’s provisional liberty, granted after she posted P150,000 in bail.
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Stealth crackdown: Chinese censorship extends to Twitter

As Beijing presses a campaign to throttle any remaining voices that stray from the Communist Party narrative, it is extending its reach to foreign sites outside of its “Great Firewall” of internet censorship.
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7 drug suspect, huli sa magkakahiwalay na operasyon sa Cavite at QC

Huli ang pitong drug suspect sa magkakahiwalay na operasyon ng mga pulis sa Cavite at Quezon City.
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