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Chito Fuentes

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Chito Fuentes
Chito Fuentes is a freelance journalist based in Davao City.

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De Lima does not know the difference between what is moral and what is legal

Opinion
“No one can judge me on my morality,” declares Sen. Leila de Lima. Well, well, well. That’s an eye opener from the Liberal Party and the disente crowd’s ...
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Delicadeza

Opinion
I must confess I didn’t follow the Senate investigation into the suspicious death of Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa. It was not that I didn’t feel it was important. ...
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Remembering Yolanda

Opinion
Tomorrow, November 8, is the third anniversary of typhoon “Yolanda”, the deadliest ever to hit the Philippines. The strongest storm ever recorded at landfall claimed the lives of ...
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New oceans

Opinion
President Rodrigo Duterte has embarked on a new journey for the Philippines — one free from the shackles of Uncle Sam and the suspicion of China as a potential ...
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Jewel

Opinion
“The general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace, whose only thought is to protect his country and do good service for his sovereign, is ...
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A lie called Matobato

News
Has the nation heard the last of Edgar Matobato? Yes, the lucky one who had the temerity to lie under oath and get away with it. He who ...
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Sudden death

Opinion
It’s a strange world and a strange time. If you watch TV or read the papers, you won’t miss the bad press President Rodrigo Duterte is getting from ...
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Duterte to Vietnam OFWs: Please don’t touch my shoulders

Opinion
HANOI, Vietnam – President Rodrigo Duterte issued one specific warning to the OFWs who attended the Filipino community meeting in Hanoi: do not touch my shoulders. After tackling ...
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Duterte magic strong in Vietnam

Opinion
HANOI, Vietnam – It’s his first official visit here but it feels like coming home for President Rodrigo Duterte. Nearly an hour before the President was scheduled to ...
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Vietnam is good, but there’s no place like home

Feature
BAC NINH — Vietnam is a good place to go for OFWs. “Tahimik dito (It’s peaceful here),” Susie Rebatis responded like it was a no-brainer when asked about ...
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