Russian shelling in east Ukraine kills at least 15

A Russian missile struck an apartment building in eastern Ukraine Sunday, killing at least 15 people as Moscow’s forces sought to consolidate their control over the Donbas region.,“During the rescue operation, 15 bodies were found at the scene and five people were pulled out of the rubble” alive in the town of Chasiv Yar, the […]


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Phivolcs lowers Taal Volcano’s status to Alert Level 1

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) on Monday lowered Taal Volcano’s status from Alert Level 2 (decreased unrest) to Alert Level 1 (low-level unrest).,“The Taal Volcano’s condition in the past two months has been characterized by baseline volcanic earthquake activity, stabilizing ground deformation of the Taal Caldera and Taal Volcano Island (TVI) edifices […]


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Japan’s ruling party secures strong win after Abe assassination

Japan’s ruling party and partners won enough votes to form a supermajority in an upper house election held just days after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe, local media said Monday.,The ex-premier’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and its coalition partner Komeito strengthened their hold by winning more than 75 of the 125 […]


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DBM supports Marcos admin’s gov’t rightsizing

Budget Secretary Amenah Pangandaman on Wednesday, 13 July expressed the Department of Budget and Management’s (DBM) support for the rightsizing of government agencies and personnel.,In a radio interview, Pangandaman said the DBM is supportive of the Marcos administration’s thrust for a lean, efficient, and responsive government workforce.,The Budget chief revealed that a proposal to rightsize […]


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Bong Go supports Magna Carta for PDEA workers

Senator Bong Go remains committed to advocating the welfare and interest of the country’s uniformed personnel as he underscored the need to provide a Magna Carta for the officers and personnel of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).,Noting that the eradication of illegal drugs is one of the serious issues faced by the government, Go […]


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PBBM appoints Aboitiz Group CEO as PSAC chief

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has picked Aboitiz Group CEO Sabin M. Aboitiz as head of the newly-created Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC).,PSAC, which is composed of several business leaders, was created by Marcos to make his administration “to be attuned” to the concerns and problems of the sector.,In a press release by PSAC on […]


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Marcos, Duterte top campaign contribution, spending in 2022 election

President Bongbong Marcos and Vice President Sara Duterte had the largest campaign contributions and expenditures among presidential and vice-presidential candidates during the 2022 elections.,According to the documents obtained by the Daily Tribune on Wednesday, 13 July, from the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), Marcos received a total campaign contribution of P624,684,320.09, where P4.2 million came from […]


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Didn’t Adam Sandler Already Make A Live-Action PAC-MAN Movie?!

A new live-action PAC-MAN movie is in the works, but this isn’t the first time for PAC-MAN to cross over into the real world – that honor goes to Adam Sandler’s Pixels. Curiously, while 2015’s Pixels grossed $244 million in the worldwide box office at a budget of around $100 million – technically making it […]


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