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TAIPEI - Taiwan on Saturday protested to the Philippines for sending naval ships to disputed South China Sea islands in the latest diplomatic spat between the two governments.
A National Bureau of Investigation team tasked to investigate the encounter that killed a Taiwanese fisherman last May 9 may face another delay in its trip to Taiwan.
Malacañang on Saturday said it has not received any report that Philippine Coast Guard personnel could be held liable in an encounter in disputed waters that killed a Taiwanese fisherman last May 9.
Rainy weather may be expected over parts of northern Luzon and Mindanao on Sunday, even as thunderstorms brought rain to parts of Metro Manila and Luzon Saturday.
Need to enroll for college but short in cash? You may avail of the Social Security System or Government Service Insurance System education loans as long as you are an active contributing member with a monthly income of P25,000 or below, a television report on Friday said.
Malacañang sees no need yet to convene the National Security Council (NSC) over the sighting of Chinese ships and fishing boats near Ayungin Shoal in the disputed Spratly Islands.
Famous Brazilian author Paulo Coelho told Filipinos that their souls “lead to the gates of heaven,” an apparent reference to the recent brouhaha that American thriller writer Dan Brown sparked by calling Manila “the gates of hell” in his latest book “Inferno.”
Nearly six months after Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) devastated parts of Mindanao, the government is shifting into rebuilding and rehabilitation for victims of the calamity.
Winning candidates in the May 13 elections with pending election offenses cannot rest easy yet, as their proclamation will have no effect on the progress of their case, poll chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr. said Friday.