How does Senator Mocha sound to you?

How does Senator Mocha sound to you?

If  Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez can have his way, he wants Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) to be one of the  senatorial candidates of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) for the 2019 elections.

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Good luck, MMDA tells Isabel Lopez for bagging TV, movie deals after Edsa stunt

Good luck, MMDA tells Isabel Lopez for bagging TV, movie deals after Edsa stunt

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) wishes beauty queen-actress Maria Isabel Lopez all the luck in the world after she supposedly hogged TV and movie deals following her intrusion into the lane designated for Asean delegates last week.

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Malate teen caught selling ecstasy, other drugs in Baguio

Malate teen caught selling ecstasy, other drugs in Baguio

An 18-year-old girl from Malate, Manila was arrested on Thursday (Nov. 16) after selling P50,000 worth of the party drug Ecstasy to undercover agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in front of a hotel along Kisad Road here.

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‘Double Barrel’ doesn’t tell cops to commit illegal acts – Calida

‘Double Barrel’ doesn’t tell cops to commit illegal acts - Calida

Government lawyers on Friday defended before the Supreme Court the government’s war on drugs as it responded to the consolidated petitions seeking to stop the government’s campaign through “Oplan Double Barrel.”

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Militant leader dismisses tale of missing wallet

Militant leader dismisses tale of missing wallet

Fake news.

This was how Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) Secretary General Renato Reyes described a story circulating that he had lost his wallet during his group’s latest series of protests in Manila during the recently-concluded Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit.

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Senior Chinese envoy heads to North Korea amid icy ties

Senior Chinese envoy heads to North Korea amid icy ties

BEIJING — China was preparing to dispatch its highest-level envoy to North Korea on Friday in a bid to improve chilly relations, after United States President Donald Trump urged Beijing last week to use its influence to convince Pyongyang to cease its nuclear weapons program.

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Bato asks: Ever heard of rape-slay case at height of PNP’s war on drugs?

Bato asks: Ever heard of rape-slay case at height of PNP’s war on drugs?

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Dir. Gen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa on Friday expressed alarm over the recent crime wave particularly rape-slay cases that have spiked following the pullout of the police from the government’s anti-illegal drug campaign.

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US says Sudan cutting trade, military ties to North Korea

US says Sudan cutting trade, military ties to North Korea

WASHINGTON — The United States said on Thursday that Sudan will cut all military and trade ties to North Korea, a move that would be a significant victory in the Trump administration’s efforts to isolate the Stalinist nation amid increasing tensions over North Korea’s testing of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.

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