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Palace lauds efforts to prevent casualty from 'Egay'

MALACAÑANG hailed Monday the "effective coordination" among national government agencies and local government units (LGUs) in minimizing or avoiding any casualty from Tropical Storm "Egay."

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Palace issues late advisory on suspension of work, classes

MALACANANG suspended Monday the work in government offices and classes in all levels, both public and private, in Metro Manila.

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Government to help Pinoys in crisis-hit Greece

THE Philippine Embassy in Athens stands ready to assist Filipinos there who may be affected by the country's plummet to a debt crisis that has now allegedly turned for the worse.

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Rainy weather to persist as new storm looms

RESIDENTS in the western part of Luzon and Visayas are still expected to experience rains in the coming days even if Tropical Storm Egay (international name: Linfa) is already blowing away from the country.

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P10-M worth of smuggled goods seized in Zamboanga

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently apprehended shipments of smuggled sugar, rice and cigarettes worth around P10 million in the Port of Zamboanga.

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Flights, classes called off due to 'Egay'

BAD weather conditions brought by Tropical Storm Egay (international name: Linfa) on Monday caused flight, work and class cancellations and left more than 500 people stranded in ports.

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Philippines gets 2nd MERS-CoV case

THE Department of Health (DOH) reported Monday the country’s second case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome – Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) after a foreigner with travel history in the Middle East tested positive for the disease.

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Suicide bomber explodes at northeast Nigeria church, 5 dead

POTISKUM, Nigeria — A woman suicide bomber blew up in the midst of a crowded evangelical Christian church service in northeast Nigeria on Sunday and killed at least five people, witnesses said.

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