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Rising tide of leaks threatens to inundate Facebook

Facebook held back from doing all it could to stop users from being radicalized and US election misinformation from flooding the social network, according to media reports Friday. An array of US news outlets cited documents from former Facebook worker Frances Haugen, adding to a series of critical revelations already …

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Sara meets Bongbong in Cebu

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio met with presidential aspirant and former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. in Cebu City on Saturday morning. “Confirmed po na nagkita kami ngayon ni Presidential aspirant at former Senator BBM sa masayang pagdiriwang ng birthday ni Cong. Yedda, maybahay ni House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez …

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Robredo picks Sonny Matula to complete Senate slate

Headlines Robredo picks Sonny Matula to complete Senate slate MANILA, Philippines — Opposition leader Vice President Leni Robredo, who is running for president, has picked Federation of Free Workers president Sonny Matula to complete her Senate slate for the 2022 elections. In announcing Matula as her pick for the 12th …

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Philippines sees 5,823 more COVID-19 cases

Headlines Philippines sees 5,823 more COVID-19 cases MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health on Friday listed 5,823 new coronavirus cases, continuing the nearly two weeks since daily infections fell to four-digit numbers. This pushed the country's overall count of cases to 2,745,889. Active cases were up by 1,003 from …

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Covid-19 in BARMM declining

ZAMBOANGA CITY–The Ministry of Health in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) reported that Covid-19 cases in the region have been significantly declining mainly due to vaccination efforts. MOH-BARMM Minister Dr. Bashary said that about 481,159 residents have already been vaccinated in the 63 vaccination hubs across BARMM, …

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Laoag mayor backs vice presidential bid of Bong Go

Laoag City Mayor Michael Marcos Keon on Friday endorsed the vice president bid of Sen. Christopher “Bong” Go. “I wish to take this opportunity to endorse the candidacy of Senator Bong Go for the position of the Vice-President of the Republic of the Philippines. The reason I am doing this …

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QC begins vaxing minors

Online booking for Covid-19 vaccination of minors (12 to 17) with comorbidities has opened in Quezon City. This came after the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) approved the proposal to inoculate children using vaccines that were granted Emergency Use Authorization by the Food and …

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Queen Elizabeth spent the night in hospital, Buckingham Palace says

World The 95-year-old monarch spent the night in hospital "for some preliminary investigations," and returned to Windsor Castle Thursday, according to Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth greets guests during a reception at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England, on Tuesday. The Queen spent the night in hospital and returned to Windsor Castle …

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Comelec to hold simulation ‘to streamline voting experience’

Headlines Comelec to hold simulation ‘to streamline voting experience’ MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Elections is set to conduct a voting simulation on Saturday, October 23, at the San Juan Elementary School to refine its quarantine protocols for voters ahead of the 2022 national and local elections. In a …

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