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Imprastrukturang pondo ng dayuhan, di hiling ng bayan

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Highest honors to Bishop Elmer Bolocon

Bishop Bolocon's name easily comes to mind when we speak of church people who have consistently stood up and fought for human rights, for peace based on justice, and for putting an

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Duterte Regime Is Mixed up and Vulnerable

As he is about to finish the first year of his 6-year term of office in June, Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is being assessed and evaluated by a broad spectrum of

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Flickers of Hope Amidst Gloom

The Comprehensive Agreement on Socio-economic Reforms (CASER) is the main substantive agenda item at hand in the current peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the

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