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Customs collects over P487 million from post clearance audits
Post clearance audits help ensure proper duties and taxes are collected on shipments in compliance with Bureau of Customs regulations, even after the release of shipments
U.S. should resist Maria Ressa verdict – Washington Post
The conviction of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa 'ought to be shocking to democratic nations,' says the Washington Post Editorial Board
Facebook agrees to censor anti-state posts after Vietnam slowed site – report
'The revelation that Facebook is caving to Vietnam’s far-reaching demands for censorship is a devastating turning point for freedom of expression in Vietnam and beyond,' says Amnesty International
Taiwan says U.S. media expelled from China are welcome
'I'd like to welcome you to be stationed in Taiwan – a country that is a beacon of freedom and democracy,' Taipei's foreign minister tells journalists expelled from China
Kobe rape case tweet lands Washington Post journalist in hot water
The reporter is harassed after tweeting a link to an article titled 'Kobe Bryant’s Disturbing Rape Case: The DNA Evidence, the Accuser’s Story, and the Half-Confession,' hours after the former player's death
Washington Post ad tech platform targets Google-Facebook duopoly
The new tech aims to provide newspapers better monetization and ad targeting to free them from dependence on the large platforms
[Two Pronged] Does my boyfriend have post-orgasmic illness syndrome?
'Sometimes, he asks if we can abstain from sex for a while because he hates the feeling of getting sick after we make love'
[OPINYON] Kaibigang putik sa social media
Mga mungkahing script kapag ang kaibigan mo ay nagse-share ng fake 'news' sa social media
Mike Shinoda is coming to Manila
The Linkin Park singer and songwriter will be playing at the New Frontier Theater on September 6, 2019
[OPINION] The press owes society courage
Marty Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post says: 'The American press has been given extraordinary freedom by the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the First Amendment. In return, it owes society courage.'
Daniel Cabrera, boy in viral FB post, graduates from Cebu grade school
Daniel's life has changed since a photo of him studying outside a McDonald's branch to take advantage of electricity spread on social media
Slain Saudi journalist Khashoggi's children paid by kingdom – report
The Washington Post reports that the Saudi government has given Jamal Khashoggi's 4 children houses in Jeddah worth up to $4 million, and at least $10,000 a month
Investigator says Amazon chief's phone hacked by Saudis
The investigator links the hack to the Bezos-owned Washington Post's extensive coverage of the Jamal Khashoggi murder
U.S. approves drug for post-partum depression
Sage Therapeutics says the medication brexanolone, whose trade name is Zulresso, will be available in late June in the US
[ANALYSIS | Deep Dive] Maria Ressa case and the big chill
Why the charge against Maria Ressa and former Rappler researcher Reynaldo Santos Jr is unconstitutional
Instagram tightens rules on self-injury images
The move comes after British Health Secretary Matt Hancock met with social media companies about doing more to safeguard the mental health of teenagers using their platforms
Low prices leave Benguet vegetables rotting
Long lines of vegetable trucks wait to unload their produce – only to be told that the prices are too low
'I can't breathe' were Khashoggi's final words – report
The transcript of the gruesome recording includes descriptions of Khashoggi struggling against his murderers, CNN says, and references sounds of the dissident journalist's body 'being dismembered by a saw'
National Museum declares Post Office Building 'important cultural property'
The Post Office Building, built in 1926, may now receive government funding for its protection, conservation, and restoration
Ivanka Trump used personal email for gov't business – report
President Donald Trump has repeatedly pilloried Hillary Clinton, his rival in the 2016 presidential election, for her use of a private email server for government business while she was secretary of state
The week in photos: November 10-16, 2018
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
Pampanga congressman denies involvement in road rage incident
Pampanga 1st District Representative Carmelo Lazatin II says the protocol license plate used by the man in the video was issued during the previous 16th Congress, when he was not a congressman yet
Khashoggi killing: Erdogan accuses 'highest levels' of Saudi govt
In an editorial for 'The Washington Post,' Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses Riyadh authorities of refusing to answer questions about Jamal Khashoggi's murder
Khashoggi strangled and dismembered in consulate – Turkish prosecutor
Turkish prosecutor's office says it is 'obliged' to reveal the details about the murder of Khashoggi after the talks with Saudi Arabia's chief prosecutor produced 'no concrete results'
Cesar Montano's birthday greeting goes viral for all the wrong reasons
What's the naked truth?
Washington Post publishes 'last piece' by missing Saudi journalist
'The Arab world is facing its own version of an Iron Curtain, imposed not by external actors but through domestic forces vying for power,' Jamal Khashoggi writes in his final column
Suspects in Saudi journalist case tied to top prince – report
One suspect is a frequent companion of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 3 other suspects are linked to his security detail, and a fifth is a high-level forensic doctor, The New York Times reports
Erdogan asks Riyadh to 'prove' journalist left consulate
'If he left, you have to prove it with footage. Those who ask Turkish authorities where he is should ask what happened,' says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkish police believe journalist killed in Saudi consulate
The state-run Saudi Press Agency says an unnamed official at the Istanbul consulate denied the reports of Saudi journalist and critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder
Turkey opens probe into missing Saudi journalist
State-run Anadolu news agency quotes Istanbul prosecutors as saying that an investigation had been launched and had been widened since
Turkey summons Saudi ambassador over missing journalist
Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to the Washington Post, went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to get documents and has not appeared since
Jack Ma to unveil succession plans, not imminent retirement – report
(UPDATED) The South China Morning Post, owned by Jack Ma's Alibaba, quotes a company spokesman as saying that 'Ma remains the company's executive chairman' and will only 'provide transition plans'
Trump anti-press attacks 'dangerous and harmful'
A.G. Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, says he told US President Donald Trump during their meeting that escalating attacks on news media 'will lead to violence'
German post office's electric cars racing past auto giants
The Deutsche Post has rolled out its own fleet of low-carbon electric vehicles after traditional carmakers proved slow to respond – a move that may be a 'starting gun' for electric mobility in Germany
#ThewRap: Things you need to know, July 20, 2018
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Facebook cracks down on bogus posts inciting violence
The social network is targeting bogus posts that may spark violence with a policy change that they're implementing 'during the coming months'
CA justices, Marquez and former dean shortlisted for Supreme Court
The post is for the replacement of Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr
Young Iraqis use innovation to make a living
While their parents generally went straight into public sector jobs after graduation, the job market for Iraqi youths has become starkly different in the post-Saddam Hussein era
My breakup survival plan? Binge-reading the New York Times Vows column
'It started as a salve for my breakup, but I got in too deep'
In World War II, 'Operation Pied Piper' revealed trauma of family separations
Pam and Iris Hobbs are just two of the millions of children in England evacuated from cities and towns during World War II, in what was dubbed 'Operation Pied Piper'
[OPINION] Making sure opioids get lost in the mail
Increased prevention and treatment efforts can curb demand; but it's going to take more enforcement to disrupt the supply chain
FACT CHECK: A new death penalty law won't apply to De Lima's case
The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines also prohibits the passing of any retroactive law
Fears as Cambodia's 'last independent' newspaper sold to Malaysian investor
The sale swiftly raised concerns about a contracting space for independent media in a country that lost its other main English newspaper in 2017
Isabelle Daza clears up 'controversial' Instagram exchange with Alex Gonzaga
The long-time friends take to Instagram Stories after people make a big deal over an exchange in Isabelle's Instagram post
DLSU USG apologizes for viral dress code post
'Our guests may enter the campus according to their individual taste; however due to university rules and regulations, they are urged to wear attires that would consider the educational character of the university'
German prosecutors drop hate speech case against Facebook
The prosecutors declare that failing to delete illegal posts in a timely way is not a basis for suspicion of criminal behavior
#ThewRap: Things you need to know, February 26, 2018
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‘The Post' review: Freedom of the press
'The Post' is indubitably a terrific film. It is timing, however, that is its most important element.
Lebanon bans Steven Spielberg film and Israeli adventurer biopic
Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' and Australian drama 'Jungle' has been banned according to an official from Lebanon's General Security
Your Hollywood 2018 awards season binge-watch list
Did you catch all the films and TV shows lauded at the Golden Globes 2018?