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Over 600,000 under votes for VP questioned

THE camp of Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. questioned Wednesday the more than 620,000 under votes for the vice-presidential race.

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Marcos camp questions Cebu City poll results over discrepancy

THE camp of vice presidential candidate Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. questioned Wednesday the figures during the canvassing of votes from Cebu City due to alleged discrepancy in the certificates of canvass (COC).

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DepEd Central Visayas 'ready' for school opening

THE Department of Education (DepEd) in Central Visayas is prepared for the opening of classes in June this year despite the lack of classrooms in public schools, said an official.

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Congress starts counting presidential, VP votes

MANILA — The Philippine Congress started the official count of votes cast in the May 9 presidential election on Wednesday, though confirmation of Rodrigo Duterte's apparent victory may be slowed by disputes in the more closely fought vice presiden

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Palace shrugs of plan by incoming DOJ chief to look into DAP

MALACANANG dismissed Wednesday the plan of the incoming Duterte administration to investigate officials of the outgoing Aquino administration on the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), which was declared as unconstitutional by the Supreme Cou

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PH population growth slows as contraceptives spread

MANILA (Updated) - The Philippines' annual population growth rate has slowed as more people in the predominantly Roman Catholic country use contraception.

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