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‘Ompong’ death toll in Cordillera rises to 67; 63 others missing

‘Ompong’ death toll in Cordillera rises to 67; 63 others missing By Liza Agoot SITOGON, Benguet (Philippines News Agency) — Death toll due to Typhoon Ompong (international name: Mangkhut) has risen to 67 in the entire Cordillera region, while 63 other were reported missing as of Wednesday noon, the Department of the Interior and Local … Continue reading

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PH picks up 2 more bronze medals in Asian Games

PH picks up 2 more bronze medals in Asian Games By Jean Malanum   BRONZE WINNER. Filipino-Japanese Junna Tsukii shows the medal she won in the women’s -50kg event of karate in the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday (Aug. 27, 2018). (Photo by Judith Caringal/Radyo Pilipinas2)  JAKARTA (Philippines News Agency) — The Philippines picked up … Continue reading

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PH manufacturing sector strengthens in May

PH manufacturing sector strengthens in May By Kris Crismundo MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — The country’s manufacturing sector gained strength in May to 53.7 from 52.7 the previous month as reflected by IHS Markit’s purchasing managers’ index (PMI) survey, which was released Friday. The Philippines’ manufacturing sector’s score was also the second highest among surveyed … Continue reading

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Manlunas St closed to traffic due to Resorts World incident

News Release Manlunas St closed to traffic due to Resorts World incident MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) advised motorists that Manlunas St. in Pasay City is closed to traffic Friday due to the ongoing investigation on the incident in Resorts World Manila. In its traffic advisory, the MMDA said … Continue reading