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Here's the truth: everything is happening...like the usual.
"I am declaring Martial Law across the whole island of Mindanao," the President's voice blares from the radio. Everyone across the country is tuning in to what the government officials have to say; some making remarks over social media, while others choose ...
 
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We know you have questions, Candy Girls.
Last night, at around 10PM, President Rodrigo Duterte declared Martial Law over Mindanao for 60 days after a militant group attacked and attempted to take control of Marawi City, Lanao del Sur. CNN Philippines put together a video of the facts we should know about ...
 
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Thirteen-year-old student Shibby Lapeña de Guzman pens a powerful piece in the form of two letters.
Despite getting flak for the viral photo of her protesting the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos's burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, Shibby Lapeña de Guzman didn't let it silence her. Instead, she used her newfound platform to her advantage by proving ...
 
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Not moving on and not having it!
Following the surprise burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, millennials took to the streets of EDSA and White Plains on Bonifacio Day, no less, to express their disapproval, disappointment, and dismay over the issue.Below are the "temperamental ...
 
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Thirteen-year-old student Shibby Lapeña De Guzman pens a powerful piece in the form of two letters.
Shibby Lapeña de Guzman was photographed by The Benildean protesting on the streets with her fellow St. Scholastica classmates. After the photo went viral, she was met with both praises and criticism. In this 2-part feature, she writes letters to show how incredibly important ...
 
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"E hindi ka pa naman buhay no'n!"
Many things have been said about former president Ferdinand Marcos's surprise burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. The event brought up old wounds and had several people young and old looking back on this most crucial time in history. The Marcos camp argues ...
 
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Death brought grief, but Laya learned that as the object of such grief, she felt nothing.
Death was the last thing on Laya's mind as the tricycle roared down the road, whipping her long wavy hair into a tangled froth. Two things ruled her thoughts: Anton, smiling and shy, as he handed her three red roses this morning; ...
 
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And why it's important to really know your history.
"Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it." —Edmund BurkeThe 2016 National Elections may be almost over, but discussions about its results and the stories surrounding this year's candidates are still all over our social media feeds. We already know ...
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