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INQToday: Marcos describes Quiboloy’s condition in surrendering as ‘tail wagging’

/ 12:30 PM April 08, 2024

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

PH holds West Philippine Sea drills with 3 key allies

The Philippines and its closest security partners — the United States, Australia, and Japan — on Sunday conducted their first-ever joint maritime exercises in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) amid China’s increasing aggression in those waters.


The multilateral “maritime cooperative activity” (MMCA) was held a few days ahead of the first trilateral summit of the leaders of the Philippines, United States, and Japan in Washington DC, where the South China Sea is expected to be one of the priority issues during the meeting.


DND: 2 Chinese ships tailed Sunday’s multilateral patrol in West PH Sea

Two Chinese ships were tailing the patrol of the Philippines together with its three key allies in the West Philippine Sea on Sunday.

Department of National Defense spokesperson Arsenio Andolong confirmed this event to radio dzRH on Monday.

Marcos describes Quiboloy’s condition in surrendering as ‘tail wagging’

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Monday called alleged sex offender Apollo Quiboloy’s condition for his surrender “tail wagging.”

With a warrant out for Quiboloy’s arrest, the self-proclaimed son of God said that he would surrender to authorities if the government could assure him that the United States would not interfere in his case.

Fuel prices up by P1.10 to P1.55 per liter effective April 9

Local oil companies announced hefty upward adjustments in the prices of petroleum products effective Tuesday, April 9, with gasoline prices rising for four consecutive weeks.

Firms jacked up the price of gasoline by P1.10 per liter, diesel by P1.55 per liter and kerosene by P1.40 per liter.

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