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Lorenzana, Australian counterpart engage in first bilateral talk

Manila Bulletin 18 Sep 2021
Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana held a telephone conversation with Australian Minister for Defence Peter Dutton on Friday, September 17 — the first time that the officials had a bilateral talk since the latter assumed position earlier this year ... Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana (File photo by MANILA BULLETIN).
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Hontiveros: Who's the 'blessed one' in Pharmally's advanced delivery of face masks?

Manila Bulletin 18 Sep 2021
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Friday, September 17, pressed an executive of Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corporation to reveal to the Senate Blue Ribbon committee who ordered the allegedly irregular delivery of millions of face masks. Senator Risa Hontiveros (Senate PRIB/MANILA BULLETIN File photo) ... Ang tanong ... .
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Cardinal Advincula tests positive for COVID-19

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Manila Archbishop Cardinal Jose F. Advincula (MANILA BULETIN FILE PHOTO) ... Cardinal Advincula, Archbishop of Manila, tested positive with COVID-19,” said Manila Archdiocese Chancellor Fr.
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Manila aquatic facilities receive water polo equipment

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Manila Sports Council (MASCO) chief Roel de Guzman, left, and Manila water polo head Dale Evangelista lead the distribution of equipment at the Vitas Aquatic Complex in Tondo, Manila. (Photo from Dale Evangelista) ... Tondo, Manila ... At the moment, Metro Manila is under Alert Level 4 ... We have guidelines now so we’ll start if Manila moves to Alert Level 2.
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Metro Manila's COVID-19 reproduction number drops further to 1.25; growth rate at 3% — OCTA

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
(ALI VICOY / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO). The reproduction number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Metro Manila has further dipped to 1.25, with a growth rate in cases of only 3 percent, independent research group OCTA said on Friday, Sept ... Guido David said that Metro Manila averaged 5,710 cases daily from Sept.
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International court probes Duterte-era death spree

Asiatimes 17 Sep 2021
MANILA – Just weeks before candidates file for upcoming Philippine presidential elections, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has announced that it’s formally commencing investigations into President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly drug war ... Photo ... Photo. Presidential Photo / Richard Madelo ... Photo.
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Dead whale washed ashore in Boracay

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Cruz told Manila Bulletin in a phone interview that the whale, which was about the size of a boat that can carry 40 people, was already in the state of decomposition ... (Photo courtesy of Ernesto Bandiola Cruz/Manila Bulletin) ... .
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Filipino book wins International Best Book Prize 2021

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Nineteenth-Century Philippine Sartorial Culture – 1820-1896 while in Bacolod City (Lisbon PE photo) ... CLOTHING THE COLONY Professor Coo’s book, which revolves around the themes of clothes, fashion, civilization, cultural standards, and evolution, was published by the Ateneo de Manila University Press in 2019 (Lisbon PE photo).
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VP Leni still wants to meet with Isko, Manny at the same time

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Vice President Leni Robredo is still holding out hope that she could have a simultaneous meeting with fellow administration critics Manila Mayor ... (From left) Vice President Leni Robredo, Mayor Isko Moreno, Senator Manny Pacquiao (Photos from OVP, MANILA BULLETIN, Instagram).
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BSP sees 6% remittances growth this year

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has updated its remittances growth projection for 2021 to six percent, up from its previous four percent estimate as economies where overseas Filipinos are located have started to open up. (Jansen Romero/MANILA BULLETIN File Photo) OFW remittances to grow by 6% year-on-year ... BSP Managing Director Zeno R ... .
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DOH reiterates: Requiring COVID-19 vaccination for workers not allowed

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
DOH UNDERSECRETARY MARIA ROSARIO VERGEIRE (Manila Bulletin File Photo). The Department of Health (DOH) reiterated on Friday, Sept. 17, that requiring workers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is prohibited ... Vergeire said that it is stated in Republic Act No ... “Nakalagay din sa Republic Act 11525 na ang (Republic Act No ... .
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ICC probe a step towards justice, jail time for Duterte — Trillanes

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said that the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to authorize an inquiry on the Duterte administration’s drug war is a step closer for its victims to attain justice. Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV (MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) ... .
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Cebu Politics: Gwen sees Durano 'most worthy opponent'

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
CEBU CITYCebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia finds Ace Durano a “most worthy opponent” should the former tourism secretary decides to run for governor in the 2022 elections ... Cebu Governor Gwendolyn “Gwen” Garcia welcomes a possible showdown with the scion of the Durano clan. (Photo from Gov. Gwen Garcia FB Page/Manila Bulletin) ... .
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Groups welcome ICC probe on alleged crimes committed under Duterte's drug war

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Militant groups welcomed the probe to be conducted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the alleged crimes related to extrajudicial killings in the Philippines, including the deaths under the controversial war-on-drugs campaign of the Duterte administration. (MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) ... .
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DOH still collecting sufficient data on use of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots

Manila Bulletin 17 Sep 2021
Vials of COVID-19 vaccines. (Keith Bacongco/ File photo/ MANILA BULLETIN). The Department of Health (DOH) said it is still collecting additional evidence before recommending the use of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to ensure the safety of the public ... 17. Vergeire said that the policies being crafted by the DOH should always be based on science ... .

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