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The Philippine House of Representatives has approved a bill to reimpose the death penalty for drug-related crimes, among others.

The Philippines’ largest broadsheet newspaper by circulation is the Manila Bulletin (300,000 printed copies), followed by the Philippine Daily Inquirer (260,000 copies). Both are in English.

March 2017: The Philippine House of Representatives has approved a bill to reimpose the death penalty for drug-related crimes, among others.

Starting on February 10 (Friday), commuters who ride jeepneys in the Metro Manila area will have to pay P8 for the first 4 kilometers, plus P1.50 per succeeding kilometer. The fare is a hike above the current P7 minimum fare.

‘LeniLeaks’: Duterte’s cabinet to probe VP’s alleged role in overthrow plot

Manila Times: #LeniLeaks, elitist stupidity and a dismissive media

‘LeniLeaks’: When criticism moves beyond words by Atty. Dodo Dulay

The truth about Ramar Foods’ Magnolia Ice Cream in the USA. Watch the video below from the real Magnolia Ice Cream of the Philippines.

Ramar Foods is NOT the Magnolia ice cream you knew growing up in the Philippines. Always check the label.

Reactions of Filipino Americans upon finding out that Magnolia Ice Cream in the United States is not related to the San Miguel Magnolia Ice Cream they grew up eating in the Philippines: https://storify.com/filamericans/magnolia-ice-cream-usa