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  1. MANILA: The gruesome murder of a Muslim woman in the Philippines has caused anger and outrage among the Islamic community in the country. Businesswoman Nadia Casar was allegedly kidnapped, held to...

  2. TeleEye RX Series Video Recording Server guarded a large shopping mall in the Philippines and assisted in catching the perpetrator in a recent murder case. On June the 30th, a 22-year-old father asked his former wife and his three-year-old daughter to go to a shopping mall with him.

  3. The murder of two young British tourists in southern Thailand and the killing of a Filipina transgender person in the Philippines, allegedly by a American soldier, have created a political mess for...

  4. Nineteen Philippine policemen originally charged with murder during President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs have been freed on bail and will be tried for a lesser crime, sparking criticism Monday from rights activists. The tough-talking Duterte has repeatedly said he will defend police officers involved in the bloody anti-narcotics war, although he has also described the force as "corrupt to ...

  5. This is the story of what we now know as the Chiong Murder Case, a cebu scandal of the century. Two Chiong sisters go missing on July 16, 1997. Larranaga was one, along with six other suspects who was pinpointed by the state witness, David Rusia. David Rusia is a convicted felon and was sentenced to prison twice in the United States for other crimes.

  6. MANILA – A Filipina domestic worker who won a rape and frustrated murder case in 2014 against a Kuwaiti traffic police officer has finally returned to the Philippines, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced Wednesday. Marissa, not her real name, was among the repatriates who departed Kuwait last Nov. 29.

  7. Decision Overview. Manila Regional Trial Court Judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesa delivered the opinion of the Court. The central issue before the Court was whether or not to charge the accused Reynaldo Santos, Jr. and Maria Rssa with “cyberlibel,” contrary to section 4(c)(4) of the 2012 Cybercrime Prevention Act (CPA). Libel is defined under the statute as: “The unlawful or prohibited acts ...

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