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Ilocos Norte town under state of calamity due to dengue cases

Ilocos Norte town under state of calamity due to dengue cases

LAOAG CITY—Officials of Dingras town in Ilocos Norte have placed their rice producing municipality under a state of calamity due to the rise in dengue cases there.

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Official death toll from record Japan rain rises to 75

Official death toll from record Japan rain rises to 75

Agence France-Presse / 07:31 AM July 09, 2018 TOKYO, Japan – The death toll in record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rose to 75 on Monday, according to an official tally, as rescue operations continued.

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Leptospirosis kills 8 in Negros Occidental

Leptospirosis kills 8 in Negros Occidental

BACOLOD CITY: The dreaded leptospirosis has killed eight people in Negros Occidental in the first half of 2018 records from the Provincial Health Office (PHO)-Negros Occidental Health Surveillance System showed.

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LIST: Class suspensions for July 9

LIST: Class suspensions for July 9

MANILA, Philippines — Several local government units have suspended classes Monday in anticipation of monsoon rains brought about by Typhoon Gardo (international name Maria).

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Rescuers up against 'water and time' to save remaining teammates trapped in Thai cave

Rescuers up against 'water and time' to save remaining teammates trapped in Thai cave

Tham Luang caves, Thailand (CNN)The operation to rescue the remaining boys and their coach from a flooded cave in northern Thailand was expected to resume Monday morning, but heavy rain threatened to further complicate the mission.

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PAGASA: Typhoon 'Gardo' enters PH, monsoon rains to be week-long

PAGASA: Typhoon 'Gardo' enters PH, monsoon rains to be week-long

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 9) — The state weather bureau reported typhoon with international name "Maria", now dubbed "Gardo", has entered Philippine territory.

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5.2-magnitude quake jolts Batangas

5.2-magnitude quake jolts Batangas

Published July 3, 2018 1:04pm Updated July 3, 2018 1:26pm

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Thailand cave search: Divers close in on missing soccer team

Thailand cave search: Divers close in on missing soccer team

Chiang Rai, Thailand (CNN)Rescuers from China and Australia have joined the search for a youth soccer team missing in a Thai cave, as divers believe they're closing in on the spot where the group could be sheltering.

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Sunog sumiklab sa Sampaloc; University of Manila nadamay na rin

Sunog sumiklab sa Sampaloc; University of Manila nadamay na rin

MAYNILA -- (UPDATED) Nasunog ang isang residential area sa Legarda, Sampaloc Linggo ng gabi. Nagsimula ang sunog pasado alas-6 ng gabi sa pagitan ng Delgado at Delos Santos Streets. Nadamay na rin ang bahagi ng University of Manila sa laki ng apoy.Itinaas na ang sunog sa Task Force Alpha. Ibig sabihin hindi bababa sa 17 firetrucks ang kailangang rumesponde. Idineklarang kontrolado ang sunog bandang 9:44 ng gabi.

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Bali flights resume as Denpasar Airport reopens after Mt Agung volcano eruptions

Bali flights resume as Denpasar Airport reopens after Mt Agung volcano eruptions

Updated 34 minutes ago Bali's main airport has reopened after volcanic ash from Mt Agung forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights and derailed tens of thousands of passengers' holiday plans on the eve of the school holidays.

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9 killed, 54 vehicles burned as oil-carrying truck crashes in Nigeria

9 killed, 54 vehicles burned as oil-carrying truck crashes in Nigeria

Associated Press / 10:45 AM June 29, 2018 Burned cars are piled up after a tanker crashed and caused a large fuel fire in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday. June 28, 2018. Nigerian officials say several people are dead after an oil-carrying tanker truck crashed and burst into flames on a bridge.

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7 hurt in 4-vehicle collision on NLEX

7 hurt in 4-vehicle collision on NLEX

By: Cathrine Gonzales 02:02 PM June 29, 2018 Seven people were injured as four vehicles crashed along North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) on Friday morning.

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Maryland shooting suspect battled newspaper in court and lost

Maryland shooting suspect battled newspaper in court and lost

Published June 29, 2018 10:25am By DIANA KRUZMAN, Reuters The 38-year-old man suspected of killing five people at the offices of a Maryland newspaper group on Thursday had a long-running feud with the Capital Gazette, attacking the Annapolis-based family of publications in the courts and on social media.

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Six dead due to leptospirosis as cases reach alarming number

Six dead due to leptospirosis as cases reach alarming number

Published June 27, 2018 9:23pm Six have died from among the 44 patients who were brought to the National Kidney and Transplant Institute between June 22 and June 26. According to Jun Veneracion's report on "24 Oras", the patients admitted on those dates have surpassed the total leptospirosis patients recorded by the NKTI for the whole 2017.

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AFP chief vows heads will roll over Samar 'misencounter'

AFP chief vows heads will roll over Samar 'misencounter'

Published June 27, 2018 4:13pm By MARLLY ROME BONDOC, GMA News Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Carlito Galvez Jr. on Wednesday vowed that heads will roll over the "misencounter" between Army troops and police operatives in Samar that left six cops killed and nine others wounded. Galvez said officials involved will be relieved from their posts if investigation shows there were lapses during the operation.

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Hamas rocket fire from Gaza hits Israel

Hamas rocket fire from Gaza hits Israel

Published June 27, 2018 4:05pm Hamas militants fired a dozen projectiles at Israel overnight, the Israeli army said Wednesday, in what the territory's Islamist rulers said was their response to Israeli targeting of Palestinian civilians.

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Israel to ‘Prolong Bloodshed' in Syria as Media Pushes ‘Sensational' Iran Claims

Israel to ‘Prolong Bloodshed' in Syria as Media Pushes ‘Sensational' Iran Claims

03:28 27.06.2018 With two Israeli missile having struck targets near a Syrian airport on Tuesday, Rick Sterling, an investigative journalist and member of the Syria Solidarity Movement, told Sputnik that the likelihood of Israel backing down from its attacks are pretty slim.

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1 dead, 12 hurt from explosion at Texas hospital construction site

1 dead, 12 hurt from explosion at Texas hospital construction site

Associated Press / 07:30 AM June 27, 2018 GATESVILLE, Texas — One construction worker was killed and a dozen other workers were injured on Tuesday from an explosion at a construction site for the expansion of Coryell Memorial Healthcare System hospital, authorities said.

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Wildfires threaten Northern California homes, national park in New Mexico

Wildfires threaten Northern California homes, national park in New Mexico

Published June 27, 2018 7:29am By BERNIE WOODALL, Reuters Four wildfires burned in Northern California on Tuesday, threatening hundreds of homes, while another blaze in an area of New Mexico hard hit by drought will force most of a sprawling national park to close, fire officials said.

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