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Fake news thrives in Romania, fuels euroskepticism

Employees of the National Audiovisual Council of Romania, the state authority that monitors TV and radio stations, are pictured at the main headquarters in Bucharest, Romania, on March 31, 2017. Dogs “paid” to demonstrate against the government, a deadly fire ordered by American billionaire investor George Soros: “fake news” is …

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4 tagged in slay of ‘people’s doc’

Dreyfuss Perlas —PhilHealth Iligan ILOILO CITY—Police have brought a complaint for murder against a woman and three men for the killing of barrio doctor Dreyfuss Perlas. Senior Supt. Faro Antonio Olaguer, Lanao del Norte police director, on Friday said the complaint was filed against the suspects in the Lanao del …

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Stop debate on death toll, solve drug kills, says bishop

PORTRAIT OF VICTIMS Novaliches Bishop Antonio Tobias celebrates Mass in SantoNiño Parish Church, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City, amid portraits of victims of extrajudicial killings —NIÑO JESUS ORBETA It doesn’t matter whether the number of victims is 4,000 or 7,000, or whether the victims were killed by police or by vigilantes, …

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Palace tells EU: Don’t link trade to abuses

Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella —MALACAÑANG PHOTO Malacañang told the European Union (EU) on Sunday not to link trade to allegations of human rights violations by the government, a day after the EU envoy to Manila said Philippine trade with Europe may be affected by President Duterte’s brutal war on drugs. …

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Teen with leukemia wants to become an engineer

Boris Lloyd Pancho When Boris Lloyd Pancho was diagnosed in March last year with acute myelogenous leukemia, a type of blood cancer, he was about to complete his first year of high school. “He was not able to take the fourth grading exam because he was always sick. Doctors themselves …

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Palace dismisses EU threat

THE Duterte administration on Sunday dismissed the warning of the envoy of the European Union that EU countries could block the entry of Philippine exports if drug-related killings continue. In support of the Palace’s stance, a Philippine lawmaker called on the 28-nation bloc to stop meddling in Philippine affairs. Presidential …

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Rally calls for Robredo’s ouster

THOUSANDS trooped to Rizal Park on Sunday afternoon to demand the resignation or impeachment of Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo, with some of President Rodrigo Duterte’s most die-hard supporters taking turns bashing Robredo for supposedly ruining the country’s reputation before the international community. The “Palit-Bise” (“Replace the Vice President”) …

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