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Guevarra calls on U.S. to ‘exercise prudence’ on De Lima list of people involved in her lockup

By Jeffrey Damicog  Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Tuesday (Feb.…

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Solon calls for reinstatement of mandatory drug testing for driver’s license applicants

By Charissa Luci-Atienza Samar Rep. Edgar Mary Sarmiento has called on…

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Martial law veterans, gov’t officials mark People Power event with short, simple ceremony

By Joseph Pedrajas Filipinos should find inspiration in the EDSA…

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Angara panel to bat for inventory of gov’t investments in productive sectors

By Hannah Torregoza The Senate finance committee is set to…

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Coast Guard officials promoted to rear admiral, commodore

By Betheena Unite Officials of the Philippine Coast Guard were…

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Pasig City honors achiever athletes with cash incentives

By Jhon Aldrin Casinas  Pasig City athletes who recently bagged…
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Environmental groups insist policy vs. single-use plastics in gov’t offices should be stricter

By Chito Chavez Quezon City-based environmental group EcoWaste Coalition has…
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Fire hits residential area in Las Piñas

By MB Online  By Andrea Aro A fire hit a…
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PH eagle ‘Pangarap’ celebrates 21st hatchday

By Warren Elijah Valdez DAVAO CITY - The Philippine Eagle…

Bukidnon police arrest 40 MILF members

By Bonita Ermac ILIGAN CITY – A group of 40…
Guatemala's then-Attorney General Thelma Aldana participates in a news conference in Guatemala City. (REUTERS / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN)

US grants political asylum to Guatemala ex anti-corruption prosecutor

By Agence France-Presse The United States on Monday granted political…
Protests in Hong Kong were winding down when the virus first began to emerge in central China as supporters reeled from exhaustion and a huge increase in arrests (AFP Photo/ISAAC LAWRENCE)

Virus delivers blow to Hong Kong protests but rage remains

By Agence France-Presse  The new coronavirus has handed Beijing an…
Motorists are seen trapped on a flooded toll road after heavy rain in Bekasi, West Java on February 25, 2020. - Dozens of Jakarta neighbourhoods were flooded February 25 after torrential rains pounded Indonesia's capital, less than two months after nearly 70 people were killed in some of the megacity's worst flooding in years. (Photo by REZAS / AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Torrential rains flood Indonesia capital

By Agence France-Presse  Dozens of Jakarta neighborhoods were flooded Tuesday…
FILE PHOTO: A plastic bottle washed up by the sea is seen at the Ao Phrao Beach, on the island of Ko Samet, Thailand June 10, 2018. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva / MANILA BULLETIN)

Environmental groups insist policy vs. single-use plastics in gov’t offices should be stricter

By Chito Chavez Quezon City-based environmental group EcoWaste…

Solons seek to impose P20 excise tax on every kilo of plastic used for packaging

By Charissa Luci-Atienza  As all government offices will…

DENR to host Environment Summit Feb. 26-28

By Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz The Department of Environment…
Climate Change Commission (Climate Change Commission Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN)

Filipino climate scientists urge gov’t to act on ‘climate emergency’

By Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz Filipino climate scientists have…