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Philippinesfirst Olympic gold medalist will receive cash, new condo

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Philippine officials and companies have pledged to give Diaz about $ 600,000 in cash and a leading real estate company in the country vowed to give her a residential condominium unit in an upscale district in Manila...

Hidilyn Diaz, Philippinesfirst Olympic gold medalist, salutes flag during country’s national anthem

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Diaz saluted her country’s flag as the national anthem, "Lupang Hinirang," was played for the first time at the Olympic Games. HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER MÁS COBERTURA DEPORTIVA . Diaz, who participated in her fourth Olympics...

Weightlifter Diaz gets 1st Philippines gold, no China sweep

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At her fourth Olympic Games, Diaz overtook Liao Qiuyun of China on her last lift in the clean and jerk to win with a total 224 kilogramos. That was one more than Liao. HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER MÁS COBERTURA DEPORTIVA . The Ph...

Filipinas investigará informe sobre vertido de aguas residuales chinas en el mar

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El ministro de Defensa de Filipinas ordenó el martes a los militares que investiguen un informe de una empresa de tecnología con sede en Estados Unidos de que cientos de embarcaciones chinas estaban vertiendo aguas residuales en áreas en disputa del sur de Chin..

Military plane transporting troops crashes in Philippines

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Rescue operations are underway after a Philippine Air Force plane crashed in the southern Philippines on Sunday, los funcionarios dijeron. The C-130 military plane was transporting troops from Cagayan de Oro, in Mindanao, a...

Japan to hold first joint air force exercises with Philippines in sign of closer defense ties

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The air forces of Japan and the Philippines will hold their first-ever joint exercises next week, Japan's embassy in Manila said on Thursday, in a further sign of deepening defense ties between the two countries. Los...

Philippines raises Taal volcano danger level as thousands evacuate

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Authorities in the Philippines started evacuating thousands of people on Thursday after raising the alert status on a restive volcano that spewed a 1-kilometer (0.62-mile) high plume of gas and steam. The alert for t...

PhilippinesDuterte threatens vaccine decliners with jail, animal drug

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Ivermectin has been touted as an alternative treatment for COVID-19 but U.S. and European regulators and the World Health Organization (QUIÉN) have recommended against it. "You choose, vaccine or I will have you jailed...

Philippines plans to double its limit on health care workers deployed overseas

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Manila, PhilippinesThe Philippines' labor minister said on Wednesday he will ask for government approval to allow 5,000 more health care workers to be deployed abroad, double the annual cap in a country that is one o...

Philippines delays scrapping of US visiting forces agreement

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ManilaThe Philippines has again suspended a decision to scrap a crucial agreement governing the US troop presence in the country, its foreign minister said on Monday, amid continuing maritime pressure from China. Los...

International Criminal Court prosecutor requests green light for probe into Philippines killings

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The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court asked it on Monday for authorization to open a full investigation into drug war killings in the Philippines, saying crimes against humanity could have been committed...

PhilippinesDuterte says he won’t withdraw ships from contested waters

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has rebuffed a call from China to withdraw vessels from disputed areas of the South China Sea and said he would not bow to pressure, even if it jeopardizes his friendship with Be...

Philippines tells China to mind its own business over maritime drills

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China has no business telling the Philippines what it can or cannot do within its waters, Manila's Defense Ministry said on Wednesday, rejecting Beijing's opposition to its ongoing coast guard exercises. China claims...

Philippines man dies after being forced to do 300 squats for breaking Covid-19 curfew

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A man in the Philippines has died after being forced to do 300 squats for breaching Covid curfews, making him the latest victim of the country's often brutal approach to enforcing restrictions. En abril 1, Darren M...

Philippines says illegal structures found on reefs near where Chinese boats swarmed

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Hong Kong The Philippine military said Thursday it has discovered illegally built structures on features in the Union Banks, a series of reefs in the South China Sea near where Manila says Chinese maritime militia bo...

Philippines orders more than 25 million people into lockdown over Easter as Covid-19 cases soar

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Millions of people in the Philippines won't be celebrating Easter as normal this year after the majority Catholic country imposed a strict lockdown in the capital and nearby provinces. Presidential Spokesperson Harr...