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PH Red Cross ramps up relief ops to flood-hit communities
MANILA – Amid the continuous weather disturbances caused by the shear line and low-pressure area, the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) is ramping up its relief and rescue operations.
As of Jan. 17, the PRC has provided hot meals to 16,722 individuals in the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Davao de Oro, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga City, Palawan, Northern and Eastern Samar, Misamis Occidental, Oriental Mindoro, Sulu and Gingoog City in Misamis Oriental.
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Vietnamese president resigns amid corruption scandals
ISTANBUL – Vietnam's President Nguyen Xuan Phuc stepped down on Tuesday, taking responsibility for alleged violations committed by his ministers with regard to Covid-19 response management.
The ministers were found to have "committed violations in connection with Covid-19 test kits and repatriation flights," according to the Vietnam News website.
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Parts of Marikina, Rizal waterless Jan. 18-20
MANILA – The Manila Water Company (Manila Water) on Tuesday announced a water interruption in parts of Marikina City, and Antipolo City and Rodriguez town in Rizal province due to its service improvement activities from Jan. 18 to 20.
The affected areas will be:
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P'sinan-N. Vizcaya border row stunts tourism site's development
SAN NICOLAS, Pangasinan – The mountain village of Malico is drawing more tourists for its cold weather, mountain range view, waterfalls, and sometimes a sea of clouds – plus its historical value in World War II – making the unresolved decade-long dispute over the ownership between Pangasinan and Nueva Vizcaya to resurface anew.
The village situated on top of the Caraballo Mountain at 1,675 meters above sea level greets tourists with a cold breeze with the fresh scent of pine trees especially in the months of December to February and sometimes extends up to the first week of March.
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Baby girl in Mexico born with 'extremely rare' two-inch long true tail
A baby girl in Mexico was born with a 'true tail', a type of condition that according to the doctors is very rare.
The parents of the baby were both healthy and are in their late twenties, and the baby was born via C-section in Nueva Leon, Mexico.
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