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There are 12 Pinoys in heist - Dhaka

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DHAKA -- Bangladeshi investigators have identified 20 foreigners - 12 Filipinos and eight Sri Lankans - suspected to have been involved in the cyberheist of tens of millions of dollars from its central bank, a police officer said on Monday, April 18.

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Global food crisis looms anew

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The world is facing the threat of another food crisis similar to what happened in 2007-2008 when prices of commodities like rice spiked, according to the International Rice Research Institute.

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Senate to look into phone records of key players

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The Senate will look into the phone records of key players in the alleged laundering of $81 million in an effort to clarify their continued contradictory testimonies on who had received the funds and given orders on the delivery of the money.

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Satellite technology takes root in Philippine farms

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The Department of Agriculture (DA) is fully embracing satellite technology, with data generated from hundreds of kilometers up, to help address matters that affect food production down on the ground.

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Economist says fiscal gains not politics-proof

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The country’s recent economic and fiscal gains may not be irreversible or as politics-proof as some optimists hope, an economist from Dutch financial giant ING suggested.

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Presidential Awards for Filipinos overseas still open

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Nominations are still being accepted for the 2016 Presidential Awards, which seek to honor overseas Filipinos and organizations that best exemplify the time-honored Filipino values pakikipagkapwa  (empathy),  pagtutulungan  (cooperation), and pagkakaisa (unity).

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University in Bohol goes solar to cut power costs

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TAGBILARAN CITY -- Officials of Holy Name University (HNU) gathered on the rooftop of the school’s Scanlon Building on Friday, April 15, to inaugurate solar photovoltaic power plant.

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Ayala eyes major automotive investment

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Ayala Corp. is preparing to be a bigger player in local automotive manufacturing, ready to pour billions of pesos in an industry long dwarfed by peers in the region but henceforth seen to benefit from rising consumer affluence and new sweeteners offered by the government’s comprehensive automotive resurgence strategy (CARS) program.

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EVA Wins Two Gold Medals, One Silver for Royal Laurel Class Wines

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TAIPEI, Taiwan (11 April, 2016) -- In a nod to EVA Air’s core commitment to quality service, the panel of wine experts who judged Business Traveller Magazine’s prestigious annual Cellars in the Sky 2015 competition awarded the airline top honors in two categories and second place in a third.

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Is the mining sector prepared for climate change?

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Located along the Pacific Ring of Fire and the Western Pacific typhoon belt, the Philippines is one of the most natural hazard-prone countries.

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