#SHORTS: Classes, work suspended in Manila for Asean summits; Mayor warns maligners; Abu Sayyaf bandits abduct MNLF soldier in Sulu | SunStar

#SHORTS: Classes, work suspended in Manila for Asean summits; Mayor warns maligners; Abu Sayyaf bandits abduct MNLF soldier in Sulu

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#SHORTS: Classes, work suspended in Manila for Asean summits; Mayor warns maligners; Abu Sayyaf bandits abduct MNLF soldier in Sulu

Friday, April 21, 2017

SUSPENDED. Malacañang has suspended regular work and classes in all levels in Manila next week due to the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nation (Asean) summits, which is being hosted by the Philippines.

WARNING. “I will bite and if you also get hurt, don’t cry.” This is the warning of Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña to the persons allegedly spreading black propaganda about him in social media.

ABDUCTED. Gunmen believed to be members of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) abducted a former Moro rebel, now a ranking soldier, Thursday, April 20, in Sulu.


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