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  • Jeremiah dela Vega

    HPG cop in motorist slay dead in Camp Crame

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  • VISITORS picnic on the grounds of Philippine Arena in Bulacan province, which is now the new home of the University of the Philippines’ track team. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

    Stadium in Bulacan, PH’s biggest, new home of UP track team

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  • MORTUARY workers in Cebu City carry the corpse of a drug suspect who was killed in the ongoing war on drugs by the Duterte administration. The scene has become a familiar one in many places in the country, raising alarm from human rights groups and sowing fear in poor communities where the drug trade has thrived for so many reasons. TONEE DESPOJO/CEBU DAILY NEWS

    Silent grief as drug war rages

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  • THE FIRST time Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. presented himself to authorities, PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa made the mayor face the  media. Espinosa is now sheltered in his town’s police station in a deal he struck with police to spill the beans on his son’s syndicate in exchange for police security. GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE

    Cops shelter mayor tagged in drugs

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  • POLICE place markings on plastic bags of “shabu” found in the house of Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. of Albuera, Leyte. ROBERT DEJON/INQUIRER VISAYAS

    Mayor’s legal woes over drugs start

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  • CLAD in the now familiar checkered button down shirt associated with President  Duterte, Tabogon Mayor Zigfred Duterte, a third degree nephew of the President, refuses to dishonor the Duterte name by asking for favors from Malacañang. JOSE SANTINO BUNACHITA

    Digong, look-alike in Cebu: Similar, but not the same

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  • PERFORMERS take the stage during the 2015 holding of the Niyogyugan Festival, a feast in honor of the coconut industry in Quezon province.    DELFIN T. MALLARI JR./INQUIRER SOUTHERN LUZON

    Demand for levy return seeks place in festival

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  • FISHERMEN from Subic, Zambales, prepare their boats for another fishing trip to Scarborough Shoal moments after the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague favored the Philippines on its territorial dispute with China. ALLAN MACATUNO/INQUIRER CENTRAL LUZON

    PH fishers seek UN help vs China abuses in Scarborough

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  • he body of an alleged drug pusher and robber, whose face is wrapped in packaging tape, hands bound and stabbed several times in the chest is found along Lerma Street, Sampaloc, Manila.INQUIRER PHOTO/RAFFY LERMA

    Dead’s kin offered psychiatric help

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  • EBDANE ROBERT GONZAGA/INQUIRER CENTRAL LUZON

    Ex-gov: No truth to reclamation yarn

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  • THIS scene, in a police station in Manila, has become familiar nationwide. Health centers are running out of drug testing kits as drug tests have become mandatory in government offices and a tool of survival for those who don’t want to be put on a death list of suspects. MARIANNE BERMUDEZ

    Health offices running out of drug test kits

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  • THE LINDSAY Bridge of the Panay Railways Inc. before the rail company ceased operations in the 1980sNESTOR P. BURGOS JR/INQUIRER VISAYAS

    Hope shines on Panay’s rail dream

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  • INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

    MRT, LRT beep cards now accepted in P2P buses

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  • Screen Grab from YouTube footage

    WATCH: TV host gets impaled by nail in botched magic trick

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  • Screen Grab from Jeniffer Venditti's Facebook profile

    Mom shares photos before ‘gator attack, defends victim’s parents

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