In her Instagram account, GMA Network talent Carla Abellana lambasted the Cavite police officials for twisting the truth about their response to the fiery Tagaytay car accident. It can be recalled that Cavite police director Sr. Supt. Eliseo Cruz was quoted as saying in Philstar, “elements of the Silang Police Community Precinct, who were first on the scene, together with officials of Barangay San Jose and the Tagaytay rescue team, tried to rescue the passengers but the car exploded.” But recently, witnesses came one after the other and debunked the earlier claim made by the high ranking Cavite police officials.

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An OFW decries the alleged discrimination she suffered from the hands of a lady security guard at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport just recently. According to the Bahrain-bound OFW named Jenny Sebastian, the alleged discrimination occurred on January 12, 2016 when she was allegedly told by the lady guard that ‘push carts’ are not allowed inside the airport terminal. Ma’m bawal po ang pushcart sa loob. The OFW could only react by saying, “Ah, Ok. Fine.” Being a good citizen, she unloaded her luggage from the pushcart to avoid any argument. Deep inside, the OFW could only wonder what is

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In a video interview with News 5, the former Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has nothing but good words for Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. The video was an excerpt of the Leila de Lima interview conducted by News 5 anchor Luchi Cruz Valdez recently. In the video, Leila de Lima was asked by News 5 anchor on her take of Mayor Duterte and she replied, “Mayor Duterte can be a good leader minus his prone to cursing and his foul language. But that is something that can be corrected so that he will have more finesse in his language and in

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A post by an overseas Filipino worker who discovered wife is having an affair while working in the Middle East is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 300 times as of Monday, a netizen named Rommel shared his pain on January 16, 2016. The OFW laments how traveled to distant and foreign country on January 11, 2016 to grab a huge opportunity only to find out his wife betrayed him. The OFW says that the guy has a good timing because the latter posted something after he left for the Middle East. Apparently, the post

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A must-read guide on how to campaign for Mayor Duterte in a right way written by an avid supporter is doing the rounds online. The short guide in the form of a letter was posted by Ed Napiza on the Facebook Group “Rudy Duterte For President Movement International” yesterday, January 17, 2016. The netizen encouraged his fellow Duterte supporter to campaign by posting the accomplishments and platform of governance of Mayor Duterte in every unfavorable articles or blog posts that arrive at their newsfeed as a way of defending Duterte. The netizen wrote that instead of name-calling and bashing anti-Duterte

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A post about about an honest taxi driver with the nicest disposition has been doing the rounds in the social media. In a Facebook post shared 8746 times as of Sunday morning, a netizen named Rommel Lopez recalled his encounter with a 63 years old taxi driver named Eugenio Ventura. “I hailed him at the LRT Roosevelt Station to go to Mother Ignacia Avenue,” the post read. “Sir pasok lang. Hindi ako namimili ng pasahero. Kahit saan kayo pupunta, ihahatid ko kayo.” Rough Translation: “Sir, come aboard. I am not choosy when it comes to passengers. Tell me where you

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In a move that would surely infuriate the other claimant countries, China has allowed the first group of tourists to visit its man-made island in the Spratly’s. According to Sina News, Hainan Airlines flew in the first batch of civilian tourists to the disputed Fiery Cross Reef or Yongshu Island on Friday. “The tourists are wives and children of the soldiers stationed in the man-made island,” the post reads. A series of pictures were posted on the news site Sina News, showing the jubilant families of soldiers reuniting with their loved ones garrisoned in the island. Last week, China tested

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For the messing with the wrong victim, a lone robber ended up dead when his victim pulled up a gun and shot him at point blank range. The robbery incident occurred in the midst of people lining up to withdraw money from the ATM booths. The victim was waiting for his turn when the armed robber approached the victim and declared the robbery. The quick-thinking victim dropped his money to the ground, apparently to throw off the robber from his focus. When the robber bent over to pick up the money, the victim took the opportunity to pull out a

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Three piglets were found dead in Cagayan de Oro allegedly attacked by an “aswang” before midnight Monday. The three dead piglets were discovered on Tuesday morning by the owner of the domesticated animals in a vacant lot, a few meters away from their house. One of the dead piglets was obviously eaten by the attacker, leaving only the head and the bones of the dead animal. The two other piglets were killed and bore several wounds on different parts of the body but not eaten by the attacker. What makes the incident very scary to the residents was the absence

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A viral photo of the sunrise forming a glowing a cross in Michigan one Wednesday morning has been making the rounds online. The photo was originally uploaded by Mechaele Loraff of Buchanan, Michihan. The photo has been shared 4,000 times but for unknown reason, she took the photo down. But fortunately, it resurfaced again in Fox News for the whole world to see. Since Fox News re-uploaded the photo, it has been shared more than 87,838 times as of Friday morning. “I had to pull over this morning on my way to work to take this picture of an amazing

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