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South Korea lifts travel ban on Japanese journalist

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has lifted an overseas travel ban on a Japanese journalist charged with defaming the South Korean president, officials said Tuesday.

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Roxas denies resignation talk

LOCAL Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II junked reports on Monday that he will be quitting his post in June to prepare for his supposed presidential run next year.

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Marian Rivera is pregnant

(Updated) MARIAN Rivera is expecting her first child with husband Dingdong Dantes.

The couple announced the news in an exclusive interview with Jessica Soho aired Monday in early evening newscast, "24 Oras".

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Delfin Lee links Binay to P200-M extortion try

(Updated) DETAINED real estate developer Delfin Lee accused on Monday Vice President Jejomar Binay of allegedly attempting to extort P200 million from him shortly after he assumed office in 2010.

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Palace silent on Binay's record low rating

MALACANANG refused Monday to make any comment on the latest survey showing the continued plunge in the net satisfaction rating of Vice President Jejomar Binay.

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Villanueva indicates leaving Tesda soon

IS TECHNICAL Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) Director General Joel Villanueva really leaving the agency for another Cabinet post?

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Ex-Marine officials indicted for clothing anomalies

OMBUDSMAN Conchita Carpio-Morales has ordered the filing of charges against former officers of the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) in connection to alleged anomalous clothing allowance worth P36.768 million.

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Ombudsman axes DA Western Visayas officials for 'pork' scam

OMBUDSMAN Conchita Carpio-Morales ordered Monday the dismissal of five regional officials of the Department of Agriculture in Western Visayas for their alleged involvement in the pork barrel fund mess.

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