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  • Two soldiers including a commander sacrifice their lives to save their wounded comrade in Marawi City

    Two soldiers including a commander sacrifice their lives to save their wounded comrade in Marawi City

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    September 10, 2017, the 11th Scout Ranger Company soldiers led by Captain Rommel “Daredevil” Sandoval were already on the second floor of the building they raided when they planned to save Corporal Jayson Mante. Five bullets and a grenade explosion from the Maute Terrorist Group left Corporal Mante wounded. He got stuck on the first … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Soldier’s baby died 3 hours after he sacrificed his life for the country

    Soldier’s baby died 3 hours after he sacrificed his life for the country

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    A soldier father and his baby dies on the same day Last September 16, a pregnant woman went on to a forced labor after hearing the death of her boyfriend, Corporal Jaime Invento, during the battle at Bato Mosque in Marawi. Unfortunately, their baby died three hours after his death. According to the news information, … Continue reading →Read More »
  • President Rodrigo Duterte signs free tuition fee for all SUCs

    President Rodrigo Duterte signs free tuition fee for all SUCs

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    A new law providing free education for over a million students in public tertiary and vocational schools nationwide has been signed by President Rodrigo Duterte last August 3. Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra made this announcement in an August 4 forum. It continues the administration’s initiative in the 2017 budget, where around P8 billion was … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Why Parojinog’s mansion was demolished after Duterte assumes office

    Why Parojinog’s mansion was demolished after Duterte assumes office

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    When Rodrigo Duterte assumed office as president, the Parojinogs demolished their mansion in Ozamiz City and lived instead in a smaller house. The Parojinogs have been political kingpins in Ozamis City. As to why they demolished the house remained a mystery to the residents there. Some said that Parojinogs did it to avoid more suspicions in … Continue reading →Read More »
  • How do you know that He/She is “The One”?

    How do you know that He/She is “The One”?

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    Jollibee’s New Ad Remember the Jollibee ads that brought us all into tears? Well, “The Vow” segment takes us to a back story of meeting your perfect pair at the perfect time. Finding “The One” Indeed, one of the most complicated, but most fulfilling experience in the world is to love and be loved in … Continue reading →Read More »
  • I Wear Speedos | Despacitos Parody by Mikey Bustos

    I Wear Speedos | Despacitos Parody by Mikey Bustos

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    Despacitos Parody You must have heard and danced to the tune of Despacitos a lot of times already, and you must have watched several parodies and covers of it. Well, we’re bringing you a Despacitos parody like no other. Featuring Mikey Bustos, here’s I Wear Speedos. How was it? Comment below! Born in Canada, Mikey … Continue reading →Read More »
  • News: Manny Pacquiao Hands Money To Kids

    News: Manny Pacquiao Hands Money To Kids

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    A post shared by Manny Pacquiao (@mannypacquiao) on Jul 5, 2017 at 8:05pm PDT Manny Pacquiao is one of the most well-known and greatest boxers in the world. His boxing skills are undeniably great. He is currently serving the Philippines as a Senator. Many people have said the he should retire from boxing since he already … Continue reading →Read More »
  • News: President Duterte’s Achievements in his first year in office

    News: President Duterte’s Achievements in his first year in office

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    President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is one of the most talked-about president in Philippine history. He is the first president to come from Mindanao and several controversies surrounded him from being a foul-mouthed character, iron fist ruling, to alleged extrajudicial killings. But despite these controversies, and criticism from his political foes, he performed well during his … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Christmas Party for Street Children in Davao City

    Christmas Party for Street Children in Davao City

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    Poverty is one of the challenges that the Philippines have been facing. Unemployment, education, economic crisis, and even natural disasters are just some of the causes, and unfortunately it is the children that suffer its utmost effects. But with help from you and people whose hearts reach out to them, more than 200 street children … Continue reading →Read More »
  • 9 Mouthwatering Dishes For Noche Buena

    9 Mouthwatering Dishes For Noche Buena

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    This is one of the most awaited celebrations every year. Noche Buena is the Spanish-term for Christmas Eve and a term being used by Spain, Latin America and Philippines. It is believed that this tradition has started during the 15th century. Noche Buena is being celebrated by most Filipinos on the evening of the 24th … Continue reading →Read More »