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Recent articles by Vivienne:

Pimentel supports Duterte's plan to invoke Hague ruling in next China visit

MANILA—Sen. Koko Pimentel said Wednesday he supports President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan to raise Manila’s arbitral victory against Beijing in the South China Sea when he visits China later this month. → Read More

DOLE mulls temporary deployment ban in Hong Kong

MANILA—The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is considering implementing a temporary ban on deploying workers in Hong Kong, amid unrest in China’s special administrative region, as riot police clashed with pro-democracy protesters. → Read More

'Parang Grab taxi': TESDA launches handyman app

You can now book a TESDA-certified electrician, plumber, or aircon cleaner with just a few clicks. → Read More

Duterte sees officials he dismissed over corruption going after him after presidency

Duterte says he expects officials he dismissed over corruption to get back at him, but should that happen such charges wouldn’t be about graft. → Read More

Duterte inaugurates bypass in Ilocos Sur

ILOCOS SUR—President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday inaugurated the P717-million Candon City Bypass Road in Ilocos Sur. → Read More

Duterte wants to buy rice from local farmers before importing

ILOCOS SUR—President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he wants to reach a compromise with local farmers amid the implementation of the Rice Tariffication Law, which replaces rice import quotas with tax. → Read More

Duterte says open to extending martial law in Mindanao

ILOCOS SUR—President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he is open to extending martial law in Mindanao if local officials would recommend it. → Read More

Duterte raises P3-million bounty on killers of Negros Oriental cops

ILOCOS SUR—President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday raised the bounty to P3 million on the perpetrators behind the killing of 4 policemen in Ayungon, Negros Oriental. → Read More

DOH suspects contaminated food behind poisoning at Imelda's birthday bash

MANILA—The Department of Health (DOH) said Wednesday that food packs contaminated with bacteria may have led to the poisoning of over 200 people who attended the birthday celebration of former first lady Imelda Marcos in Pasig City. → Read More

LOOK: Inverted PH flag attached to Duterte's car in Bangkok

An inverted Philippine flag was seen on the car that brought President Rodrigo Duterte from an airport in Bangkok, Thailand to his hotel last Friday. → Read More

ASEAN vows to rush South China Sea code of conduct

Southeast Asian leaders have committed to fast-track the completion of an effective code of conduct in the disputed South China Sea, in the wake of the ramming of a Filipino fishing boat by a Chinese vessel in Recto (Reed) Bank. → Read More

ASEAN calls for 'non-militarization' and 'self-restraint in sea dispute

This comes after concerns on land reclamations and activities in the area were again raised at the 34th ASEAN Summit in Bangkok, Thailand. → Read More

Duterte meets with Indonesia's Widodo

Malacañang said the meeting aims to further expand bilateral relations between the Philippines and Indonesia. → Read More

Workers’ skills must be developed, Duterte tells ASEAN business sector

Duterte called on the ASEAN Business Advisory Council to help develop the skills of workers in Southeast Asia, as emerging technologies reshape labor demand. → Read More

Panelo clarifies role of ‘neutral’ party in PH-China joint probe

A neutral entity will be called in to participate in the joint probe into the boat-ramming incident at Reed Bank, only if the findings from their investigations are contradictory. → Read More

PH-China maritime dispute 'no impact' on economy: Lopez

Beijing and Manila's opposing claims over the sovereignty on South China sea do not have any impact on the economy, a trade official said Friday. → Read More

Asia-wide free trade deal to partially 'insulate' region from US-China trade war: Lopez

ASEAN leaders are expected to conclude negotiations on an Asia-wide free trade agreement this year, a move expected to insulate the region from the effects of the US-China trade war, an official said Friday. → Read More

Trade chief Lopez dismisses raising Recto Bank allision in ASEAN summit

If it were up to Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, the Philippines should not raise the allision of a Chinese ship and Filipino fishing boat at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit this weekend. → Read More

For the first time, Duterte lets Defense chief hand out diplomas to PMA graduates

President Rodrigo Duterte delegated the distribution of most diplomas during the graduation of the Philippine Military Academy to Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, as he watched from his seat. → Read More

Former Ombudsman Carpio Morales on Hong Kong trip: 'I was detained'

(UPDATED) Former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales tagged as “bullying” Hong Kong’s move to deny her immediate entry into the special administrative region of China. → Read More