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Police kill 4 alleged robbers in Malolos City shootout

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Police killed four alleged robbers in what they claimed was a shootout with armed men cornered on a flyover while fleeing from the vicinity of a bank after aborting an alleged plan to rob it because of an approaching police car.

Posted: October 31st, 2014 in Latest News Stories,Regions | Read More »

2 dead, 47 hurt in Batangas road mishap

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Two people, including the conductor of a passenger bus, died while 47 others were injured in a road accident along Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (Star Tollway) in Batangas.

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1,700 flee attacks, killings, arson

IN AN IMAGE as haunting as the tales of horror it portrays, children of the Manobo tribe in Surigao del Sur  sleep on the ground in a gymnasium converted into a shelter after their families fled a series of armed attacks, killings and arson in their communities being blamed on a militia. PHOTO FROM KARAPATAN-CARAGA

IN AN IMAGE as haunting as the tales of horror it portrays, children of the Manobo tribe in Surigao del Sur sleep on the ground in a gymnasium converted into a shelter after their families fled a series of armed attacks, killings and arson in their communities being blamed on a militia. PHOTO FROM KARAPATAN-CARAGA

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Nurses press for better pay, treatment through union

BAGUIO City’s nursing community marches on Oct. 29 to demand better pay. The nurses also announced their readiness to become a national union. VINCENT CABREZA/INQUIRER NORTHERN LUZON

The growing threat of infectious diseases like Ebola and the impact of the economic integration in Asia next year have become compelling reasons to unionize the country’s nurses, members of Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) said here on Wednesday.

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Abu Sayyaf frees kid hostage

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Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin: Sahiron’s days are numbered. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

An 8-year-old boy who was kidnapped by suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorists in July this year was released in Jolo Wednesday, Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin said on Thursday.

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