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Zubiri quits Senate presidency, Escudero steps in

Photo from Senator Chiz Escudero’s Official FB Page The Senate of the Philippines underwent a major leadership change with Senator Francis Escudero replacing Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri as the new Senate President on Monday. In a privilege speech, Zubiri announced his decision to step down from the Senate leadership. He …

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Marcos orders wiretap probe

President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. (Courtesy: Presidential Communications Office/Facebook) China must release alleged recording of convo with ranking AFP official President Marcos ordered an inquiry into the alleged wiretapping of a high-ranking official within the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) by the Chinese Embassy in Manila. “We are looking into …

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Marcos to PMA grads: Stand up vs. intruders

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. President Marcos troops the line during the graduation rites of the Philippine Military Academy in Baguio City on Saturday, May 18, 2024. PPA Pool President vows PH to ‘vigorously defend what is ours’ The Philippines will “vigorously defend what is ours,” President Marcos said on Saturday, as Manila’s maritime …

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La Niña’s rain dance: More storms arriving

FLOOD PREPAREDNESS. Manila Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Office (MDRRMO) personnel prepare first response equipment after the Interior department directed local governments to brace for the potential impacts of the upcoming La Niña phenomenon. Norman Cruz The La Niña phenomenon is expected to arrive in July, and could continue until …

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Marcos says Philippines will ‘vigorously defend what is ours’

President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. (Courtesy: Presidential Communications Office/Facebook) Manila, Philippines — The Philippines will “vigorously defend what is ours,” President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said on Saturday, as Manila’s maritime row with Beijing over the South China Sea escalates. Marcos told a Philippine Military Academy graduation ceremony that the Southeast Asian …

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