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US President Joe Biden is taking the COVID-19 pandemic "seriously" as the divided nation reached a grim toll of 400,000 deaths, some of whom were Filipino frontline workers, a government relations expert said Thursday.
The termination of an agreement between the University of the Philippines and the Department of National Defense that bars state forces inside the campuses curtails the students' freedoms, the chairman of UP Los Baños' student council said Wednesday.
Why terminate pact that promotes peace and order? Ex-CHR chief asks
First batch of AstraZeneca COVID jabs to arrive May or June: presidential adviser
'Hotbed of recruitment': Lacson sees sense in abrogation of UP-DND accord
Lacson: Until when will COVID-19 vaccine prices remain confidential?
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COVID-positive contacts of PH's first UK coronavirus variant case rise to 14
Carpio: Joint explorations in West PH Sea must follow service contract
In funny social media posts, UP students react to claims their campus is NPA recruitment hotspot
The poet at Biden’s inaugural is as inspiring as the words she put together
Google and French publishers sign agreement over copyright
Japan's 2020 exports fall 11pct, largest drop in 11 yrs due to pandemic
NBA: Wizards game Wednesday at Charlotte postponed by virus
Japan PM vows to press ahead with Olympics despite virus surge
Biden sworn in as 46th US President
PH to get up to 40 million free COVID-19 doses from COVAX
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