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Duterte says coup is possible if charter change isn’t pursued

Duterte says coup is possible if charter change isn’t pursued

President Rodrigo Duterte warned the public that a coup d’ etat is possible if lawmakers will not push to change the Philippine Constitution. Duterte said the military is growing impatient. "Di ba sabi niya, 'You better amend the Constitution habang nandito pa ako,...

Credit card CEO tells OFWs: ‘Use it wisely.’

Credit card CEO tells OFWs: ‘Use it wisely.’

DUBAI: With a huge number of the approximately 250 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) languishing in Dubai jails locked-up for unpaid debts, a top official of a financial company in the UAE has reminded that a credit card is not a genie that grants wishes, rather a...

Panelo to Amal Clooney: Naghahanap lang sila ng katapat ko

Panelo to Amal Clooney: Naghahanap lang sila ng katapat ko

Presidential Spokesperson and Chief Presidential Counsel Sal Panelo said he is excited to debate with international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, who will be part of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa's legal team. Ressa is facing cyberlibel and tax evasion cases. Clooney...

Duterte dares US to deploy 7th Fleet to South China Sea

Duterte dares US to deploy 7th Fleet to South China Sea

President Duterte taunted the United States to deploy its entire Seventh Fleet in the South China Sea if Washington is really bent to boot China out of the disputed islands. “Kung gusto talaga ng Amerika na paalisin ‘yung China, hindi ko man kaya, maghingi ako ng...

COA: Estrada left Php140 million worth of unresolved transactions

COA: Estrada left Php140 million worth of unresolved transactions

Former Manila Mayor Joseph Erap Estrada still has some explaining to do about alleged questionable expenses his administration has incurred during his term, according to the latest Commission on Audit (COA) report. The COA said there is an outstanding total of Php140...

PH officials arrive in Kuwait to meet OFWs

A team of senior Filipino officials have arrived in Kuwait to meet with overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and Kuwaiti government authorities to address concerns on amnesty program, deployment ban, and other OFW-related issues. Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)...

China supports PH withdrawal from ICC

The Chinese government expressed its support of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to leave the International Criminal Court (ICC). The government also called for ICC to respect the sovereignty of its members. “China always maintains that the ICC should...

SSS urges members to settle unpaid loans without fine

The Social Security System (SSS) encouraged its members to settle unpaid loans through the loan restructuring program (LRP) with penalty condonation. Starting April 2 until October 1, 2018, SSS will accept applications of those who wish to settle their loans under the...

Total ban on sending OFWs to Kuwait is still on

Malacañang on Monday said deployment ban of first-time overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait stays despite the conviction of the suspects in Joanna Demafelis’ murder. Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the decision to lift the ban still lies...

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