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Release date of Netflix docuseries of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

The highly-anticipated Netflix document series of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be released on December 8. Page Six first revealed the release date, and initially, it was thought to be delayed because of criticisms over the most recent season of The Crown. The series, which features the former royals romantic story, was initially named Chapters....

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San Miguel activates Terrence Romeo to active roster

San Miguel has activated Terrence Romeo to the active roster after being on the injured list due to his back injury. Romeo's upgrade of playing status will only boost the Beermen's chance of clinching a playoff spot in this year's Commissioner's Cup. However, team manager Gee Abanilla said that the return of their spitfire guard isn't guaranteed.

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Taylor Swift, BTS win at the 2022 American Music Awards

South Korean boy band BTS has achieved a new music history after receiving the first ever K-pop dedicated award. BTS was awarded a favorite K-Pop Artist this Sunday at the 2022 American Music Awards. The K-pop boy band also received the Favorite Pop DuoGroup award for the fourth consecutive time.

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US-PH alliance a 'strong symbol' Marcos

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Monday said during the courtesy call with United States of America Vice President Kamala Harris that he does not see a future for the Philippines that does not include the United States. #In60words

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Yen Santos celebrates birthday with Paolo Contis

As seen on each of their separate social media posts, actress Yen Santos celebrated her birthday alongside actor Paolo Contis. On Sunday, Contis uploaded pictures of himself and Santos to his Instagram account. #In60words

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P15.6B worth of COVID-19 vaccine doses wasted DOH

Over 31 million COVID-19 vaccine shots were wasted, with 24 million expiring due to their short shelf life, the Department of Health (DOH) officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire said Monday. The COVID-19 shots that were not used cost P15.6 billion. #In60words

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Converge to provide fast, reliable internet in airports, including MCIA

Converge ICT Solutions Inc., a provider of FIBER broadband networks, has joined forces with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and airport operators to expand free public wifi services in the terminals of nine domestic and international airports around the nation. #In60words

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PH 'unlikely' to rejoin ICC Remulla

After attending Universal Periodic Review (UPR) organized by United Nations Human Rights Council, Department of Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin Remulla said that it is unlikely for the Philippines to rejoin the International Criminal Court (ICC) as we have a functional government. #In60words

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Caloy is very proud of his siblings' medal performance in

After seeing his siblings Karl Drew and Elaiza win medals at the recently held JRC Artistic Gymnastics Stars Championships in Bangkok, Carlos Yulo was beaming with pride and joy. #In60words

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ITCZ, Shearline prevailing over Ph

The Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) is affecting Palawan, Visayas, and Mindanao. Meanwhile the Shearline is affecting the eastern section of Southern Luzon. The ITCZ and the Shearline will bring cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms over Bicol Region, Palawan, Quezon, Aurora, Isabela, and Cagayan. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will have localized thunderstorms in the afternoon o...

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Daniel Craig explains the death of his James Bond

James Bond has flourished throughout the years, and the 2021 James Bond film, No Time to Die, implies that the enduring fictional character wouldn't be dying yet either. However, Daniel Craig, the sixth actor to take on the role, wanted his Bond character to die. #In60words

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CSC to gov't workers 'No gift policy' these holidays

As the holiday season draws near, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminded all government workers about the no gift policy. The three laws Presidential Decree No. 46, and Republic Acts 6713 and 3019, according to CSC Commissioner Aileen Lizada, forbid any government employee from accepting or being asked for favors from the general public. #In60words...

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Over 12K Pinoy nurses take US licensure exam from Jan-Sept

Quezon City Rep. Marvin Rillo, who is also the Vice-Chairman of the House committee on higher and technical education, confirmed on Sunday that a total of 12,399 nursing graduates from the Philippines took the U.S. licensure examination for the first time from January to September of this year to practice their profession in the United States. #In60words...

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Making the holiday celebrations more festive with San-Yang Home

Christmas shopping meets glow-up goals in your residence or vacation haven at San-Yang Home. Now that its more typical for us to have Christmas gatherings and parties with bigger groups, updating your home with versatile furniture from San-Yang Home is always a good idea. #In60words

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After APEC, Marcos says real work begins to achieve region's

After his participation at the 29th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting in Thailand, President Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos, Jr. is now back in the country, committing to do the Philippines' part in contributing to the development and success of the region. #In60words

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