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US vows to grant $32-M aid for PH's law enforcement training

THE United States (US) has vowed to give the Philippine government a $32-million grant for its law enforcement training and services, a Palace official said on Wednesday.

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Aquino, Arroyo present at Duterte's first NSC meeting

FOR the first time, President Rodrigo Duterte met Wednesday the National Security Council (NSC) to tackle the country's next steps on vital issues, including the ruling of The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration on the South China Sea dispu

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After nearly a decade, Matt Damon is 'Bourne' again

LOS ANGELES — It's a sweltering afternoon in Hollywood and Matt Damon has just gotten out of couple's therapy.

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Carpio-Morales is 2016 Ramon Magsaysay awardee

MANILA — An Indian who led a grassroots movement on behalf of the low-caste Dalit community and the Philippines' chief anti-corruption fighter are among this year's six recipients of the Ramon Magsaysay Award, regarded as Asia's equivalent of the

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Task force on media killings formed

MANILA -- The Philippine National Police (PNP) announced that it has formed Task Force "Usig" to probe the killings of journalists.

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Suarez elected as House Minority leader

THE leadership row in the House Minority finally came to an end on Wednesday as Quezon Representative Danilo Suarez was formally elected as the new Minority Floor Leader.

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US State Secretary Kerry in Manila to tackle bilateral ties, sea row

UNITED States (US) Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday paid a visit on President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang.

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