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Mindanao hospitals told to treat all Filipinos caught in conflict

Mindanao hospitals told to treat all Filipinos caught in conflict

The Department of Health (DOH) assured the public on Thursday, that all its retained hospitals in Mindanao have continued to operate amid President Duterte’s declaration of martial law and have been instructed to observe the Geneva Convention by treating all Filipinos injured in the ongoing conflict in Marawi City. “All DOH-retained hospitals are fully operational in Mindanao,” said Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial in a statement. “The Department of Health will certainly not discriminate against any sector of the Filipino population in the performance of its duty, whether the patients be on the government side or otherwise, especially when it comes to health-related emergencies,” Ubial stressed

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Taiwan holds war games simulating Chinese island attack

Taiwan holds war games simulating Chinese island attack

Taiwan’s military has practiced repelling a simulated Chinese assault on an outlying island group as part of annual military drills addressing the threat from across the Taiwan Strait.

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Republican candidate ‘bodyslams’ reporter

Republican candidate 'bodyslams' reporter

WASHINGTON — A Republican running for Congress in Montana “bodyslammed” a reporter for The Guardian newspaper on Wednesday, breaking his glasses, the journalist said. The altercation between Greg Gianforte and reporter Ben Jacobs took place at a campaign event at Gianforte’s headquarters in the city of Bozeman, Montana, The Guardian said. He is running for […]

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Magnitude 3.4 quake rocks Pangasinan

Magnitude 3.4 quake rocks Pangasinan

A magnitude 3.4 quake shook Pangasinan province at 9:22 a.m. on Thursday (May 25). But a disaster response official in Lingayen town said no damage was expected from the minor temblor.

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Pangilinan: LP opposes plan to impose martial law in Visayas, Luzon

Pangilinan: LP opposes plan to impose martial law in Visayas, Luzon

Liberal Party (LP) President Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan on Thursday said his party disagrees with the possibility of imposing martial law in Visayas or Luzon.

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Troops battle Islamist militants in Marawi

Troops battle Islamist militants in Marawi

Soldiers aboard helicopters and in armored personnel carriers (APCs) battled Islamist militants inside a southern city on Thursday, as reports emerged of the gunmen murdering civilians.

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Sports


Molina not surprised Cardinals starters heating up at once

Molina on Cardinals starters heating up: “When you see one guy getting hot, the other guys follow that.”


Leake not shocked by his stellar start to the season

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Matheny on Leake: ‘Impressive to watch start after start’

Mike Matheny definitely likes what he’s seeing out of starter Mike Leake. The Cardinals starter leads the NL in starting pitcher ERA.


Leake leads the way as Cardinals beat Dodgers 6-1

The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-1 on Wednesday night.


Angels try for series victory against Rays (May 25, 2017)
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Los Angeles Angels continue to fight to stay at .500 or better, but they’re doing so without half their starting rotation.


Cowboys’ Elliott sits as precaution after minor car crash

Cowboys’ Elliott sits as precaution after minor car crash