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OPINION | The Philippines' sudden claim to Sabah may be more about the South China Sea and protecting Filipino residents than starting a war with Malaysia, writes @Richeydarian .

POPCOM chief Juan Antonio Perez III, citing a study, said the Philippines may see a record-high 2 million live births in 2021 as an impact of COVID-19. He said it would surpass the PH's highest record of 1.7M in 2012 before the Reproductive Health law was passed. | @donabel_magsino 

BP predicts oil demand may never recover from the coronavirus-induced collapse. Meanwhile, OPEC says demand in the Philippines and several other Asian countries is 'far poorer than initially expected.'

BP predicts oil demand may never recover from the coronavirus-induced collapse. Meanwhile, OPEC says demand in the Philippines and several other Asian countries is 'far poorer than initially expected.'

Senator Francis Tolentino on Thursday cautioned the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas that selling a small portion of the Philippines’ gold reserves amid the COVID-19 pandemic may be in violation of the law. | @katrinahallare 

The Department of Health said none of the US-based manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccine asked for the pardon of US Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton so that the Philippines may be given access to the potential shots that could spell the end of the pandemic.

The World Health Organization's solidarity trial for COVID-19 vaccines may start in the Philippines by the end of October, Health Secretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said.

The WHO's “solidarity trials” for potential coronavirus disease vaccines may start in the Philippines by the last week of October, Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said. | @cgonzalesINQ 

DOH: US manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines did not give any condition/pre-requisite such as granting Presidential pardon to Pemberton so that the Philippines may be given access to the vaccine. | via @donabel_magsino 

The local stock barometer rallied sharply, albeit in thin trade, as investors welcomed signs that COVID-19 contagion may finally be slo­wing down in the Philippines.

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Let us pray for the victims of the terrorist attack on the Cathedral of Jolo, in the Philippines. May the Lord, Prince of Peace, convert the hearts of the violent, and grant the inhabitants of that region a peaceful coexistence.

The Philippines reports its highest daily increase of #COVID19  cases with 539 new coronavirus infections. This comes 3 days before the country is expected to further relax its quarantine measures. As of May 28, PH now has 15,588 cases, including 3,598 recoveries and 921 deaths.

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JUST IN: #COVID19  cases in the Philippines exceed 10,000 as the Department of Health announces on Wednesday 320 new cases, raising the country's total cases to 10,004, as of May 6, 2020. 98 new recoveries; total at 1,506 21 new death; total at 658

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BREAKING: COVID-19 cases in the Philippines has reach past 10,000 confirmed cases as DOH reports 320 new cases, 21 new deaths, and 98 new recoveries. This brings the totals to 10,004 confirmed cases, 658 deaths, and 1,506 recoveries as of 4pm today, May 6. | @lovechicph 

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Good night Philippines. May the Lord protect each and everyone of you; you and your families. Isaiah 41:13 For I hold you by your right hand— I, the LORD your God. And I say to you, ‘Don’t be afraid. I am here to help you.

LOOK: 1,529 live turtles were discovered duct-taped in abandoned luggage at the airport in Manila. Philippines Customs reports the passenger may have been warned of increased vigilance against wildlife trafficking ?: Bureau of Customs NAIA

Philippines! Welcome to the Goblin Kingdom ? May you all enjoy the painful yet beautiful journey of all the characters that captivated my ❤️

Deeply concerned about acclaimed journalist ⁦⁩ who may be facing retaliation in Philippines for her coverage of Duterte’s regime (they deny). Maria and I met for dinner at a journalism conf in Oslo last summer. She’s a brave reporter.

This is Sgt. 1st Class Reymund R. Transfiguracion, 36. He was killed yesterday in Afghanistan's Helmand province by an IED explosion. Bio just released by the Army says he was born in the Philippines in May 1982 and enlisted in the Hawaii National Guard in July 2001. 1/

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To my friends in Sri Lanka and the Philippines: May God bless you all! Please pray for me.

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