INQToday: Construction site for DOJ office yields human bones | Inquirer News

INQToday: Construction site for DOJ office yields human bones

/ 06:15 PM November 24, 2022

Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:


PH sends note verbale to China after Pag-asa Island incident
Human bones unearthed at construction site inside DOJ main office
Marcos names Emmanuel Ledesma Jr. as acting PhilHealth chief
Metro Manila’s COVID-19 positivity rate up from 7.4% to 9.2% — OCTA
PH ranks 15th in World Bank’s income inequality report


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TAGS: COVID-19 pandemic, Department of Justice (DoJ), Emmanuel Ledesma Jr., human bones, OCTA Research, Pag-asa Island, West Philippine Sea, World Bank (WB)
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