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MANILA, Philippines (Eagle News Service) — The Department of Health (DOH) has declared that the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM), the country’s National Reference Center for Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases, is now more prepared to respond to the threat of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) but still needed upgrading to better handle a possible Ebola entry in the country. Health Secretary Enrique Ona said that the existing facilities of RITM still need to be upgraded […]
United States Secretary of State John Kerry assures the Philippines that they are not seeking special treatment for the accused, saying that all the US wants is for the rights of accused to be observed.
Sisters of Laude and “Barbie”, confirm their attendance on the Senate probe.
The House of Representatives is not convinced that there is a need to give President Aquino emergency powers to deal with the looming power crisis in 2015. According to the House Committee on Energy, there is little possibility of said power crisis occurring.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines is making use of its K-9 units in tracking the Abu Sayyaf Group.
Businessman Antonio Tiu is considering filing cases against senators who involved his name regarding the Binay Farm in Batangas.
The Philippine National Police will strengthen its campaign against illegal drugs, re-activating its Station Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force in all its police stations all over the country.
Vice President Jejomar Binay said that he may possibly attend the hearing if he is invited by the whole Senate Blue Ribbon Committtee.
MANILA, Philippines (Eagle News Service) — President Benigno S. Aquino III sees no need to abrogate the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) just because of the “sin of one person”, as he referred to the killing of a Filipino transgender allegedly by a U.S. serviceman in Olongapo City. The President made the remark in an interview in Palo, Leyte on Oct. 20 following the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the landing in the province of […]
(PALO, Leyte) President Benigno S. Aquino III on Monday paid tribute to the country’s forefathers who fought and died during the liberation of the Philippines from Japanese rule.In his speech during the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Leyte Gulf Landing here, President Aquino said the occasion was also an opportunity to “recognize the goodwill we now extend to those who were once our enemies.”“Beyond cataloguing the horrors of war, let us honor the […]
Vice President Jejomar Binay stands by his decision to not attend the Senate hearing despite surveys result showing that a majority of Filipinos want him to attend the said hearing.