FAC Press Review - 06. JAN 2022

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06 JAN 2022Duterte to Barangay Chiefs: ‘Restrain’ unvaccinated People from going out - INQUIRER

Defense Chief Denies Martial Law looming due to COVID-19 uptick - ABS-CBN

Laguna under Alert Level 3 starting Jan. 7 - MB

PH's Disaster resiliency hinges on Energy Sector Boost - MB

Quezon City Council grants Tax relief to Businesses - PHILSTAR

Lorenzana: Viral Video on Martial Law 'Fake News' - MANILATIMES

No need to panic – Concepcion - MANILATIMES


FAC Press Review - 23. DEC 2021

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DEC 23Duterte says no Christmas, New Year for them - INQUIRER

Resident describes typhoon that caused mass destruction in Philippines - 9NEWS

Missed ‘Dune’ in theaters? Here’s where you can stream it online - RAPPLER

Marcos-Duterte tandem leads latest Pulse Asia voter preference survey - CNN

‘Odette’ death toll in NegOcc now 40; 19 others still missing - PNA

8 Manila areas under granular lockdown - PHILSTAR

Kuya Wowie replaces Kuya Wil in 'Wowowin - PHILSTAR

PH approves EUA for Covid-19 pill, Pfizer vaccine for kids - MANILATIMES

AstraZeneca: 3rd jab 'significantly' boosts Omicron antibodies - ABS CBN

Pandemic lowers 2020 income opportunities for GOCCs / COA - MB


Duterte’s refusal to cooperate with ICC may upset US and EU

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JUN 15

PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte’s refusal to cooperate with a potential investigation by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of his deadly war on drugs could further upset Western powers such as the United States and European Union (EU), political analysts said. “Western powers such as the US and EU would certainly be concerned about this refusal to cooperate,” Robin Michael Garcia, president of WR Numero Research, said in a mobile phone message on Sunday. “Duterte’s refusal could embolden these countries to open up the conversation and make it part of negotiations in pandemic support and other types of aid,” he added. The presidential palace earlier rejected a recommendation by the ICC’s outgoing chief prosecutor to open a probe into alleged crimes against humanity committed by Mr. Duterte’s in connection with his anti-drug campaign. Presidential spokesman Herminio L. Roque, Jr. said the plan is “legally erroneous and politically-motivated,” adding that the international court does not have jurisdiction over cases involving crimes against humanity.