“Get everything here for free! Walang babayaran kahit piso! (No need to pay, even a peso!) the post read.
In a Facebook post, Lovely Sotto shared photos of the grocery store packed with food items, soap, clothes, and hygiene products.
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McIlroy snaps PGA title drought at Quail Hollow
Rory McIlroy snapped an 18-month US PGA victory drought yesterday, overcoming a tense last-hole dilemma to win his third Wells Fargo Championship by one stroke.
Vaccinated Osaka wants 'discussion' on Games
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PH quietly celebrates May as Month of the Ocean
By virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 37 issued by President Joseph Ejercito Estrada in 1999, the month of May was declared as the Month of the Ocean (MOO). Perhaps preoccupied by the pressing demands of containing a still-raging pandemic, the government’s current observance of May as the Month of the Ocean is understandably muted and low-key.
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'Vaccine tourists' fly from abroad for injections on US beach
MIAMI BEACH, United States (AFP) - A long line of people snaked across the sand of Miami Beach, Florida, as dozens of travelers from Latin America waited their turn at a pop-up coronavirus vaccination booth.
Gilas 3x3 Wraps Up Training
Gilas Pilipinas 3x3 concluded its week-long training bubble in Calamba, Laguna in preparation for this month’s FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Graz, Austria.
Westbrook Ties Big O's Record
Curry drops 49; Jazz, 76ers, Nets roll to victory
#‘Unstoppable:' Red Cross Service Shines During Pandemic
Philippine Red Cross joined the celebration of World Red Cross Red Crescent Day last May 8 to honor the birth anniversary of Henry Dunant, the founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize.
India's Covid-19 Tally Surpasses 22 M With Over 400,000 New Cases
NEW DELHI (Xinhua/AFP) India's COVID-19 tally crossed the 22-million mark on Sunday, reaching 22,296,414, as 403,738 new cases were registered in the past 24 hours, the health ministry said.
PNP Awaits SC Protocols On Use Of Body Cams – Eleazar
New Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Gen. Guillermo Eleazar yesterday said they are waiting for the Supreme Court (SC) to approve the protocols that will guide law enforcers on the proper use of body-worn cameras in their operations.
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