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Please ask us, what do we feel?

Samira Ali Gutoc (Samira Ali Gutoc  delivered this at the Joint Session of Congress on Saturday, 22 July 2017 when Sen. Grace Poe called on her to give a situationer on the Marawi Crisis which entered Day 61 that day). I AM Samira Gutoc. I’m from Bangon, Basak Malutlut, beside …

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How solons from M’nao voted on martial law extension

ONLY three congressmen who hail from Mindanao, all representing party-list groups, voted against the extension of martial law in the country’s second largest island. None of the representatives of Mindanao’s congressional districts voted against the extension on Saturday. The congressmen from Mindanao who opposed the extension were representatives Tomasito Villarin …

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Cocpo arrests 4 wanted criminals

AT least four wanted persons were arrested during a series of manhunt operations in the city over the weekend. Police Senior Insp. Bernard Colegio, officer-in-charge of the Warrant Section said the arrest of the suspects is in line with the aggressive campaign of Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) …

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Misor guv declares ‘truce,’ support to mayor Guingona

By Edwin Iyo, Correspondent Gingoog City — Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny Vincente Emano on Sunday declared he will support this city’s mayor and setting aside their families’ politican spat when he graced the culmination night of the week-long celebration of this city’s 57th Charter Day and the 38th Grand Kaliga …

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Measure to open personal data to foreigners

By CARLOS ISAGANI ZARATE Representative, Bayan Muna   THE National Identification System Bill that has just passed the House committee level is not only be violative of the people’s right to privacy but will even pose a serious security implication to our country. Aside from the fact that this is …

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New amid the old, fresh amid the stale

Fr. Roy Cimagala WE have to find a way to be able to see the new amid the old things, the fresh amid the stale. It’s a matter of attitude, of a state of mind to be able to do this. If our attitude and thinking is mainly dominated by …

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It comes with the age

Ben Contreras IT comes with age when you wake up in the morning feeling the pain in your joints caused not just by arthritis but also exposure to room temperature brought about by your air-conditioning unit. Then, when younger and fit, it was pure comfort when the AC was on. The …

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Selling paradise

Gregorio Miguel Pallugna THE other week, I had the rare privilege of being a pretend delegate from New York to the 11th Ambassadors’ Tour hosted by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Tourism in no less than the City of Davao. Yes, pretend, because the tour was …

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Where is the promise of change?

ONE year after President Duterte’s first State of the Nation Address (Sona), the Churchpeople Workers Solidarity (CWS) express disappointment over President Duterte’s inability to fulfil his promise to stop the unfair practice of labor contractualization in the country. CWS laments the worsening condition of the workers under the Duterte administration’s …

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