Nonito Donaire Clashes With Jorge Arce For The World Jr. Featherweight Championship

The fight between four-time world champion Nonito ‘The Filipino Flash’ Donaire Jr. and five-time world champion Jorce ‘Travieso’ Arce is something to watch comes Saturday, December 15 at Toyota Center from Houston, Texas.

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Grievances Over Cybercrime Law Need To Be Heard, Its Implementation Has To Be Deferred

Since Republic Act No. 10175 of the Philippines, otherwise known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 made into law internet users are no longer safe to express themselves freely in social media and blog sites without the fear of persecution or of being prosecuted.

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Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs Summons Chinese Envoy Over Shoal Standoff

Philippine Department Of Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario summoned the Chinese envoy in Manila, Ma Keqing, to voice concern over the latest maritime confrontation between the two countries.

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Fusarium Wilt Threatens The Philippine Banana Industry

A more virulent type of the fungus known as Fusarium wilt emerged last month and quickly began spreading through plantations in the southern region of Mindanao, Philippines where most of the country’s banana exports come from.

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Gecko Poachers Are Warned Of Heavy Fines & Prison Terms By DENR

Twenty six gecko species are found only in the Philippines, which also has eight other varieties that are also found elsewhere, according to Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Ramon Paje.

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Skeleton Parts of Extinct Sea Cow Found Embedded In Limestone In The Philippines

A team of Italian expedition lead by geologist Leonardo Piccini from the University of Florence has discovered the bones of extinct sea cow species that lived about 20 million years ago.

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