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Dead man in trash bag identified

POLICE confirmed Wednesday, June 1, that the man whose body was found wrapped in a trash bag and tied with a packaging tape in San Fernando town, was identified as Jimmy Vosotros.

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Santiago in ICU – husband

SENATOR Miriam Defensor-Santiago is in the intensive care unit of the Makati Medical Center (MMC) since Tuesday, May 31, "due to complication," her husband said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Pacific military exercises to include 27 nations, a record

HONOLULU — The U.S. Navy says 27 nations will participate in the world's largest maritime exercises in coming weeks.

This is an all-time high for the Rim of the Pacific exercises, which date to 1971. The drills are held every two years.

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4 dead, 10 hurt in South Korean construction explosion

SEOUL, South Korea — Four people died and 10 others were injured after an explosion at a subway construction site on Wednesday near the South Korean capital of Seoul.

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NUJP: 'Duterte effectively declared open season to kill journos'

THE National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) expressed belief on Tuesday (May 31) that the words uttered by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte justifying the killing of journalists perceived as being corrupt effectively declares an ope

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Will OKC's playoff run keep Durant in Thunder uniform?

KEVIN Durant sat at the press conference table with Russell Westbrook by his side, the two friends and teammates trying to get their minds around letting a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference finals slip away.

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Duterte offers P3-M bounty for drug lords

MANILA — President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said Tuesday he will pay bounties to police or military officials who capture suspected drug lords "dead or alive," adding that there is enough reward money to leave "100 persons dead."

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VP-elect Robredo helped beat dictator, son years apart

MANILA — Leni Robredo was a college student three decades ago when she rose with multitudes of Filipinos in a largely peaceful revolt that ousted Ferdinand Marcos as the world watched in awe.

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