Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called for negotiations between Israeli and Palestinian forces and hoped the war would not expand.
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PCO calls on college students to join ‘Bagong Pilipinas’ essay writing contest – Presidential Communications Office
The Presidential Communications Office (PCO), headed by Secretary Cheloy Velicaria-Garafil, is calling all college students to join the essay writing contest anchored in the “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign of the administration.
Press Release - Bong Go calls for more government interventions to protect poor Filipinos amid rising prices
In an interview on Thursday, October 5, during the World Teachers' Day celebration in Antipolo City, Senator Christopher "Bong" Go stressed the government's responsibility to keep rice and other commodities affordable for vulnerable communities amid rising inflation and after it has decided to lift the temporary price cap on rice.
HANGZHOU, China – For his incredible performance here in the Asian Games, particularly in Gilas Pilipinas’ stunning, come-from-behind 77-76 victory over China in the semis, Filipino fans have gone gaga over Justin Brownlee.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called Canada’s former parliament speaker an “idiot” after the legislature celebrated a Ukrainian World War II veteran who had fought alongside the Nazis.
Senator Idol Raffy Tulfo is seeking a Senate investigation into the reported multi-million illegal recruitment schemes targeting Filipinos who plan to work in Italy.
Press Release - 'Edukasyon ang tanging puhunan natin sa mundong ito' -- Bong Go calls for sufficient budget for CHED, SUCs to ensure better opportunities for the youth
Senator Christopher "Bong" Go reiterated his full support for the proposed 2024 National Expenditure Program for State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), as well as for the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), as Senator Pia Cayetano officially noted on record during a Senate Finance Subcommittee hearing on Monday, October 2 which she presided over.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Wednesday called on newly appointed government officials and officers to “remain models of excellence and integrity” and be ready for the “challenging but rewarding” responsibility that their respective positions would entail.