Only ‘bad people’ should fear nationwide martial law – Dela Rosa

Only ‘bad people’ should fear nationwide martial law – Dela Rosa

Peace-loving people would not need fear the declaration of martial law nationwide but ‘bad’ people should beware, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said Monday.

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New system to sniff out fugitives, terrorists – Immigration chief

New system to sniff out fugitives, terrorists – Immigration chief

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has implemented a new biometrics system in a bid to detect and stop the entry of undesirable aliens to the country.

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PCSO chief to Sandra Cam: ‘Don’t bite hand that feeds you’

PCSO chief to Sandra Cam: ‘Don’t bite hand that feeds you’

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chair Alexander Balutan on Monday defined the duties of Sandra Cam as a board member of the agency, after the “jueteng” whistleblower announced she would be “cleaning up” the office of alleged irregularities.

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Duterte defends granddaughter’s pictorial in Malacañang

Duterte defends granddaughter’s pictorial in Malacañang

President Rodrigo Duterte defended Sunday night the recent pre-debut photo shoot of his granddaughter in Malacañang.

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Pope to media: Disinformation, one-sided reporting are grave sins

Pope to media: Disinformation, one-sided reporting are grave sins

Pope Francis is criticizing journalists who dredge up old scandals and sensationalize the news, saying it’s a “very serious sin” that hurts all involved.

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