Public school classes in Manila suspended due to heavy rains

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LIM. Photo by NIÑO JESUS ORBETA

MANILA, Philippines—Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim has suspended classes in public schools on all levels in Manila.

Lim said class suspension is for all city-owned schools from elementary to college including Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila and the Unibersidad de Manila (formerly City College of Manila).

He said suspension of classes in other schools will be at the discretion of the school administrators.

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  • Meldrin A. Montano

    Please read this…..one blogger “topolcats” says…. from Strait times of Singapore “”” Give those Filipino criminals an ultimatum……..after such and such a date we will arrest you by force!If they have not surrendered by a certain date and disarmed, then our security forces will attack with lethal force! That is a normal way to act. Russia would have done that and attacked on cue……..there is no point in talking to Filipino terrorists backed secretly by the Philippine Gov!….just look at the Philippines press and all its comments about taking back Sabah.That BS is all Government sanctioned.Flag

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