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Rough Cuts: Helping DTI and DA locate the ‘culprits’

After attending mass last Sunday we did our usual wet market chores while the woman of the house was doing her rounds at a grocery store.

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Editorial: No rape is justifiable

It is never a woman’s fault to get raped, the Philippine Commission on Women, a government body for gender equality and women’s empowerment said in a statement released after the controversial issue on the rise of rape cases.

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Honoring My Mother: September means

Two songs prominently feature the month of September. One talks about seeing you when summer is gone, and the other, reminds you to wake up when the month ends.

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Rough Cuts: Likely city political scenarios in 2019

We would like to share with our readers some revealing, even disturbing observations we have while doing our daily rounds of the city in the performance of our responsibility as journalist.

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Lugar Lang: Time to call out your Tatay D

I’ve been thinking about family lately. Every time I lose my househelp in Davao City, I come unhinged. It’s not the housework, really.

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Paradigm Shift: Who are Fethulah Gulen and Andrew Brunson, the Imam and the Pastor prompting sanctions and threats against Turkey?

The United States and Turkey have a long history of alliances, partnerships, and cooperation.

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Editorial: Ignoring the reality

The recently held Asian Games, as expected, showed how problematic the country’s sports programs have become.

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Rough Cuts: Congressman Karlo’s next best move

We strongly agree with the proposition of Davao City Councilor Dr. Mary Joselle Villafuerte that as the “Most Child-friendly City in the Country” awardee, “we must do more than just report these incidences of sexual abuse; we must institute protective and preventive measures.”

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Nunot sa Alisngaw sa Kape: Kon naa’y krisis mga ‘eksperto’ manggawas

Niadtong Huwebes sayo ko nga nakapauli sa balay gikan sa akong lakaw. Sanglit mga alas 3 na sa hapon nagpatempla ko ug kape ni Misis bisan init kay mao man ni akong naandan.

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Paradigm Shift: Who are Fethulah Gulen and Andrew Brunson? (Last Part)

Similarly, they can make up cohorts of spies in the military, via these prosecutions. Whether or not they are found guilty, their promotions in the military would halt for years since these military suits can take years to lead to a judicial decision.

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