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Palace hits Duterte's 'socialist', 'leftist' advocacies

MALACANANG criticized Wednesday Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, front-runner in the presidential elections, for his anti-constitutional stance for pushing for "socialist" and "leftist" advocacies.

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Palace echoes businessmen's concern on next president

MALACANANG underscored Wednesday the need to continue what has started by the Aquino administration in order to sustain economic growth.

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Justices who approved Poe run face impeachment complaint

AN IMPEACHMENT complaint was filed Wednesday against nine justices of the Supreme Court who voted to allow Senator Grace Poe to run for president in the May 9 elections.

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Poe's 2015 SALN; P89-M net worth, P125-M assets

SENATOR and presidential aspirant Grace Poe released Wednesday a copy of her statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) for 2015.

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Poll: Roxas surges into 2nd place; Duterte maintains lead

THE national support for presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte hold steady at 33 percent but administration candidate Manuel Roxas II has surged into second place, a new Pulse Asia Research survey said.

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Classes to open on June 13 - DepEd

MANILA -- The Department of Education (DepEd) has announced that the opening of classes in all public elementary and secondary schools for school year (SY) 2016-2017 is on June 13, Monday.

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Abu Sayyaf threatens 3 hostages after beheading 1

MANILA –- Abu Sayyaf bandits have threatened to kill three more hostages in Sulu more than a week after beheading a Canadian man when their multi-million dollar ransom demands were not met.

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Trillanes alarmed by Duterte’s plan on rebels

MANILA –- Senator Antonio Trillanes IV expressed alarm Tuesday over a presidential frontrunner’s plan to allow communist rebels to play a political role in the government if he wins, saying this would cause rumblings within the military.

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