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Bombing at Naia
Terminal 3 foiled

Four military reservists wanted to tell the Aquino administration that it should toughen up in the territorial dispute between the Philippines and China in the West Philippine Sea but they chose the wrong way to send the message to Malacañang—by setting off bombs at Naia Terminal 3, a nearby mall and the main office of a real estate developer in Makati City.

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2014 FIBA WORLD CUP

Gilas tumbles
to 3rd straight loss

Gilas Pilipinas tumbled to its third straight loss at the Fiba World Cup after flubbing several golden chances to turn things around in a wild and woolly game against Argentina.

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WORLD-CLASS?

Makati building just
‘average’–experts

The 11-story Makati City Hall Parking Building at the center of overpricing allegations is not world-class as it has gypsum boards for most of its internal walls and office floors covered with rolling vinyl, which is similar to linoleum, according to experts tapped by the Senate blue ribbon committee to evaluate the edifice.

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How Nancy Binay
sees ‘world-class’

How would one describe world-class? Senator Nancy Binay on Monday found a way of dealing with criticisms that the pricey Makati City Hall 2 that her father Jejomar built does not merit to be called world-class.

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Flights to Tacloban
airport suspended

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines is suspending all flights to the Tacloban airport, the main gateway to Leyte province, starting on Wednesday, to repair “fast developing potholes” on the runway that airline operators said could damage their planes and compromise passenger safety.

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Gov’t to sue
MRT 3 operator

The government is suing Metro Rail Transit Corp. for breach of obligation and is asking Congress for a P53-billion budget to take over MRT 3 to improve its service, transport officials said on Monday.

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Salceda to SC: ban
common terminal

Albay Gov. Joey Salceda asked the Supreme Court on Monday to stop national government agencies from preventing the entry of passenger buses from the Bicol region into Metro Manila and restricting them to a common terminal in Muntinlupa City.

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