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De Venecia stresses need for South China Sea to be declared as zone of friendship

Philippine Special Envoy for Intercultural Dialogue Jose de Venecia Jr. on Wednesday stressed the need for the South China Sea zone to be established as a zone of friendship.
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Poe: MMDA’s proposed 2-day coding a ‘knee-jerk reaction,’ to benefit only a few

Senator Grace Poe on Wednesday opposed the proposal of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to implement a two-day number coding scheme, calling it a ‘knee-jerk reaction” that would only benefit a few.
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13 applicants vie for SC post to be vacated by Justice Mendoza

The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) is set to screen 13 applicants for the Supreme Court (SC) post to be vacated by Associate Justice Jose Mendoza in August.
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11-anyos may lubid sa leeg na nakatali sa bloke ng semento, natagpuang patay sa CamSur

Isang 11-anyos na batang lalaki ang natagpuang patay sa laot ng Barangay Bahao, Libmanan, Camarines Sur kamakailan.
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Sundalo na Marawi war casualty nagpapagaling sa V. Luna 

Dinurog at winarak ng balang pinakawalan ng isang Maute sniper ang malaking bahagi ng kaliwang binti ni Corporal Ben Flores na naka-confine ngayon sa AFP Medical Center sa V. Luna Avenue sa Quezon City.
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Argument over a plate leads to construction worker’s death

A construction worker was found dead before dawn on Wednesday after he was stabbed by a fellow worker in Makati City.
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Detained Myanmar journalists to be charged under colonial era law — officials

Three Myanmar reporters detained at an undisclosed location by the army will be charged under a colonial-era statute against ‘unlawful association’ and face up to three years in jail, government and army officials said on Tuesday.
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Marawi minor yields P800,000 worth of suspected shabu; brother, 3 others nabbed

A 17 year-old native of Marawi City was arrested in a buy-bust operation at Barangay Taculing in Bacolod City Tuesday afternoon.
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Iran’s Zarif raps US Supreme Court’s partial revival of travel ban

Iran’s foreign minister criticized on Tuesday a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to revive part of President Donald Trump’s travel ban imposed on citizens from six majority Muslim countries, saying it would boost militants in the Middle East.
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Maute group willing to negotiate Marawi exit with MILF

Maute group gunmen had told Maranao religious leaders that they were willing to leave Marawi City, but only if they could negotiate their exit with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), GMA News TV program ‘State of the Nation with Jessica Soho’ reported on Tuesday.
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