President Donald Trump on Saturday attacked The New York Times and its “sick agenda,” alleging that one of the paper’s reports thwarted a US bid to take out Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) chief.Read more
“Political skirmishes” in the Senate, as Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III put it, affected legislative work in the chamber in the early months of the Duterte administration.
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President Rodrigo Duterte was just expressing his frustration at red tape and inefficiency in the bureaucracy, which foster corruption, when he said he wanted erring officials to kneel down before the public and promise to improve their service, Malacañang said on Saturday.Read more
Annie Tamam recalled how she and her three young children hid under their bed whenever gunshots interrupted the long silences in their Marawi City neighborhood in the last week of May.
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A loyal customer on Thursday walked into the Café by the Ruins
for the last time, threw her arms around Adelaida “Laida” Lim and uttered the poignant words that reduced Lim to tears: “This is the end of the Baguio salon.”
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For tourists who have outgrown the powdery-white sand beaches and the vibrant nightlife of Boracay Island, a tour in an interactive and community-based museum offers them a taste and a unique glimpse of life in Aklan province.Read more