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PET dismisses Robredo plea, orders her to pay P15M

PET dismisses Robredo plea, orders her to pay P15M

Earlier, the PET had required Marcos and Robredo to pay P66.223 million and P15.43 million, respectively, for the retrieval of the election materials, their turnover to the tribunal, and the recount of the votes in the election protest and counter-protest.


Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day

Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day

Six Holocaust survivors lit torches in memory of the six million Jews killed by the Nazis during the 1939-1945 World War II. "We mourn, we remember, we pray, and we pledge: 'Never again'". Spicer recently apologized for making what he later said was an "inappropriate and insensitive" statement earlier this month that compared Hitler to Syrian President Bashar Assad by suggesting that Hitler "didn't even sink to using chemical weapons".


China's President urges caution on North Korea in call with Trump

China's President urges caution on North Korea in call with Trump

Trump's call with Mr. Xi. CNN can not independently verify those claims. "This is a real threat to the world, whether we want to talk about it or not". The latter country largely depends on its large neighbor for its crude oil consumption, and a cut in this lifeline would greatly impact the North Korean economy.



Labour party to scrap Theresa May's Brexit plan if it wins election

Speaking during a campaign visit to Wales, Mrs May said Labour's proposals are "nonsensical". The membership secretary for Unite the union came within 2,000 votes of winning the Peterborough seat in May 2015 and is a huge supporter of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.



Aya Hijazi returns to United States from Egyptian prison

A few weeks later, Hijazi sat down with President Trump in the Oval Office to thank him for the diplomatic efforts. Pressed on how Trump managed to gain her release when President Barack Obama had not, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said he would leave it to others "to look at the different strategies to see why the president was successful" and Obama was not.



Expedia, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXPE) Reviewed By Analysts

State Street Corp now owns 4,969,598 shares of the online travel company's stock worth $562,952,000 after buying an additional 190,522 shares during the period. Wall Street analysts are have a consensus analyst recommendation of 2.00 on the stock. Expedia had a net margin of 3.06% and a return on equity of 11.54%.