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U.S. Air Force and Navy May Challenge China in the South China Sea
Air Force Secretary Deborah James said the service will likely conduct new freedom of navigation flights in the skies above the South China Sea in response to China’s continued militarization and artificial “island-building” in the area.

“We will exercise our freedom of navigation in the air,’ James told reporters.

Calling China’s behavior “worrisome,” James addressed many lingering complexities regarding the US-China relationship, indicating it was characterized by both tension and cooperation.

Following a two-week trip through Asia involving numerous meetings with Asian allies, James was unambiguous in her statement that China does not appear to be stopping its effort to expand its territorial dominion through the construction of man-made “island-like” structures in contested areas of the South China Sea.

“Everywhere we went we did talk about the situation in the South China Sea. China still appears to be building and has not appeared to stop or abate. This continues to be worrisome,” James said.

Of course James did not wish to formally specify where, when or how the US might conduct these operations, for security reasons – but she was clear that they were quite possible in light of China’s continued provocations.

As evidence of the US posture, James cited a circumstance several years ago when China declared an “Air Exclusion Zone” in portions of the skies in the area. In response, the US flew B-52s through the claimed area to demonstrate freedom of navigation of the skies.

“We want a good and balanced relationship with China but we do want China to respect the rule of law. More operations are certainly a possibility,” James added.

More recently, a news report in the Diplomat cited Chinese officials from the South China Morning Post explaining that China may indeed seek to establish and Air Defense Identification Zone over the South China Sea. Naturally, this kind of action would be quite provocative and likely inspire strong reactions from the US and its allies. Furthermore, in the event of this contingency, the US Air Force would quite possibly be even more likely to conduct freedom of navigation exercises.

Chinese actions in the region has resulted in the construction of more than 4,000 acres of artificial territory, which has included the construction of air strips, command and control towers and, according to multiple news reports – involved the movement of fighter jets in the area as well as the placement of weapons systems such as artillery and surface-to-air missile systems on island structures.

“China is a very important global power and a strong regional power. Being able to extend their reach is something they appear to be very interested in. We have assessed command and control towers, militarization and air strips,” James said.

James articulated a number of concerns about the ongoing Chinese militarization in the island areas, citing the possibility that Chinese activities could impede freedom of navigation in the area. This in not only important for regional and global security but also for international trade; waterways in South Asia and the South China Sea are among some of the most heavily trafficked maritime areas of the globe. Eighty percent of the world’snatural gas flows through the South China Sea.

“It’s more than just symbolism,” she said, speaking of Chinese behavior in the region.

James add that US allies in the region are asking the Air Force to step up its presence and activity in the region; the Air Force now bases 45,000 Airmen in the Pacific and employs a “continuous bomber presence” strategy involving deployments of B-1s, B-2s and B-52s.

“Everyone wants more US Air Force training opportunities and more training exercises,” James said.
Source: Scout.com

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Professional Development Act (CPD) of 2016 is now a law
Manila, Philippines - Professional Development Act (CPD) of 2016 is now a law, the senate bill that require all professionals to take additional formal and non-formal learning before they can renew their licenses and identification cards.

Republic Act 10912 or the Continuing Professional Development Act of 2016 is one of the 29 bills that congress submitted to former Benigno Aquino III that have lapsed into law last July.

The author of the said bill was Senator Antonio Trillanes IV as Senate Bill 2581, approved in Senate last August 2015. The House of Representatives adopted SBN-2581 as an amendment to House Bill 6423 on May 23,2016.

Under the new law, CPD programs will be implemented in each of the regulated professions. It will be mandatory for the renewal of the Professional Identification Cards of all registered and licensed professionals under the regulation of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

According to Trillanes, Filipino professionals need to accelerate competency especially that the country gears up towards ASEAN integration.  

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Philippines mourn on the death of Miriam Santiago , 71
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Manila, Philippines- The nation mourns by the death of former Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago who had been battling lung cancer for almost three years.

Born in Iloilo City on June 15, 1945, the former senator ran for president in the May 2016 elections but lost to Rodrigo Duterte. She also sought the presidency in 1992 (won by Fidel Ramos) and 1998 (won by Joseph Estrada).

Former Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, 71, succumbed to cancer on Thursday morning, her husband Atty. Jun Santiago said.

"She died peacefully in her sleep this morning," Santiago said.

“I am saddened to know that Miriam will now be debating with a much Greater Body than the Philippine Senate,” Senate Majority Leader Vicente “Tito” Sotto III said in his official Twitter account.

Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara thanked her for the “many years of courageous service to the nation” and noted that she would surely be missed.

Senator Grace Poe, Chair of the Committee on Public Information and Mass Media, paused the hearing on the Freedom of Information (FOI) bill for a minute to pray for the late senator.

Poe also recalled how she had “sleepless nights” expecting the feisty Santiago to interpellate her when she was still a neophyte senator about to deliver a privilege speech on the FOI bill.

Former Senator Santiago was notable for having served in all three branches of the Philippine government – judicial, executive, and legislative.

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President Duterte to end joint US military exercise in disputed water
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President Duterte said on Wednesday that these will be the last joint military exercises which is scheduled next month between the US and the Philippines during his speech with the Filipino community in Vietnam. 

"I will serve notice to you now that this will be the last military exercise,” Mr. Duterte said to an audience of some 350 Filipinos in Hanoi, where he is on a two-day state visit to Vietnam. Still, the Philippine leader reaffirmed that his country’s cooperation with the U.S. stands.

 “I will maintain the military alliance—the RP-US pact, which our countries signed in the early 50s,” Mr. Duterte said.

The Philippines and United States are set to hold the 33rd iteration of the Philippine Amphibious Landing Exercise (PHIBLEX 33) on October 4 to 12.The Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine Marine Corps will be joining with the US MArines and Sailors from the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade and Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group.

The exercise will include an approximately 1,400 US servicemen based in Okinawa, Japan and 500 AFP personnel working side-by-side to enhance capabilities and better coordination.

However, Duterte noted that he will continue to respect treaties with the United States.  
   

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Jaybee Sebastian ready to talk to Duterte about drug trade inside Bilibid
Hours after a bloody riot inside the Bilibid, Jaybee Sebastian is now ready to speak about his knowledge of the drug trade inside the New Bilibid Prison only with President Rodrigo Duterte, his lawyer said.

In a live interview on GMA News TV's QRT, Sebastian's lawyer Edgar Arriba said the incident showed that there was a clear and present danger to the inmate's life.

"Napakarami niyang alam regarding the drug trade inside and outside NBP," said Arriba. "Ayaw niyang magsalita simply because alam niyang lalong manganganib ang buhay niya."

Arriba said Sebastian told him: "Magsasalita lang ako sa presidente."

There had been no altercation or argument which could have prompted Wednesday's attack, leading Sebastian to conclude that it may be related to the ongoing House investigation on the drug trade inside NBP, Arriba also said.

"Ang sabi niya, 'Nangyari na sa akin ngayon ang kinakatakutan ko before,'" Arriba said.

"Kung magsasalita pa siya lalong ma-expose siya sa danger, kaya magsasalita lang siya sa President," he added.

Sebastian was the most prominent name that surfaced in last week's House of Representatives hearing on the illegal drug trade inside the national penitentiary, with fellow inmates linking him to Senator Leila De Lima. Duterte has tagged De Lima for allowing narcotics to proliferate inside the NBP while she was justice secretary.

De Lima, a vocal critic of Duterte, has denied the links, saying that Sebastian was a government asset. Source: GMA7

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No Electricity in the entire Australian state after strong storm
Sydney, Australia - Entire Australia losses power after a strong storm hit South Australia on Wednesday, September 28.

Tress were torn down, roofs ripped out, thousands of homes and business were without power and cars were gridlocked on flooded roads as traffic lights stopped working after the most intense storms lashes the area.

"At this stage we're still gathering information about the cause, but it appears that there was a weather event which has damaged infrastructure in the Port Augusta region," Weatherill said, adding that the grid had shut down to protect itself after a "dramatic drop in frequency" in the power network.

SA Power Networks, which runs the state's electricity distribution network, tweeted that South Australians should "brace for extended outages and ensure you conserve mobile device battery".

"We're experiencing a statewide outage and have no supply from the upstream transmission network," it added.

The stormy conditions were forecast continue through Thursday.

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Bilibid riot kills Drug Lord, injures 3 high profile inmates
Manila,Philippines - A Chinese drug lord died while three other high-profile inmates including Jaybee Sebastian and Peter Co were injured in stabbing incident inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) on Wednesday morning.

The Department of Justice(DOJ) Undersecretary Erickson Balmes identified the fatality as Tony Co, a convicted drug lord while the three injured were Vicente Sy, Peter Co and Jaybee Sebastian, were rushed to Muntinlupa Medical Center for medical treatment. Report said that Peter co was in critical condition while Sebastian is already stable.

Building 14 houses high-profile inmates, including top drug lords.

Visitation rights of inmates in the national penitentiary have been suspended following the incident.

The stabbing incident happened even as Building 14 was heavily guarded by members of the police's elite Special Action Force (SAF).

In a press conference, Bureau of Corrections acting chief Rolando Asuncion the three Chinese drug lords were having a shabu session in the room of Tony Co before the stabbing incident happened.

Asuncion said another inmate, former police chief inspector Clarence Dongail, reprimanded the three Chinese drug lords for having a shabu session.

"Wag n'yo namang gagawin iyan dito, lahat tayo madadamay kung malalaman ng mga SAF o ng Bucor ang ginagawa ninyo," Asuncion told members of the media, quoting Dongail.

He said Dongail was watching TV at the common area when Tony Co attacked him with a bladed weapon.

Dongail suffered a minor injury in the leg and refused to be rushed to a hospital, Asuncion said.

He said Sebastian was also in the common area when the incident happened. The attack led to a riot involving at least eight inmates, he added.

Two factions in Building 14

Asuncion said that they had suspected that two factions have been formed inside Building 14, possibly due to the ongoing investigation of the House of Representatives Committee on Justice on the alleged drug trade inside the NBP.

"Noon pa man ay malakas ang suspetsa namin base sa informal interview ko sa mga inmates, nag-iiringan ang dalawang grupo sa loob ng Building 14... Siguro iyong ongoing investigation sa House [ang dahilan]," Asuncion said.

Asuncion told members of the media that Dongail and Sebastian are known enemies.

"Ito (Dongail) iyong sinasabi nilang isang bumubundol kay Jaybee, sumisira," he said.

Asuncion said Dongail is a leader of the Batang City Jail gang while Jaybee and the three Chinese drug lords are members of the Commando Gang.

He said they still have no information of a brewing bigger riot among the supporters of the high-profile inmates.

Asuncion expressed fear that the NBP security may not be able to handle a bigger riot, particularly in the maximum security compound, where at least 15,000 people are detained. 

Sebastian, an alleged drug lord and gang leader, had been invited to attend the House of Representatives committee hearing set on October 5.

Aguirre had said that they will soon file charges against Sen. Leila de Lima, the former secretary of the Department of Justice, for her alleged involvement in the drug trade at the national penitentiary. Source: GMA7

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Sexy star Sabrina M arrested in buy-bust operation - Video
Former sexy star Sabrina M was arrested, September 26 in a buy-bust operation.

The authorities also released the mugshots of the former actress, who starred in several films in the 1990s, including Favorite Subject: Sex Education (1999), Biktima: Campus Coed (2003) and Karanasan: The Claudia Zobel Story (1995).

Pallasigue was nabbed along with two others in Pasong Tamo, Quezon City, where police also seized three sachets of suspected shabu, lighters and other drug paraphernalia.

Her arrest comes after Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa warned against celebrities who are into illegal drugs.

Watch this surveillance video below were the actress caught on the act using the illegal drugs.

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Librarian Licensure Examination Results September 2016
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 738 out of 1,140 passed the Librarian Licensure Examination given by the Board for Librarians in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Legazpi this September 2016.

The members of the Board for Librarians who gave the licensure examination are Yolanda C. Granda, Chairman and Lourdes T. David, Member.

The results were released in three (3) working days after the last day of examination.

From September 29 to 30, 2016, registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be done on-line. Please go to www.prc.gov.ph and follow instructions for initial registration. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag) and 2 sets of documentary stamps. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremonies of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.

The successful examinees who garnered the ten (10) highest places (top 10) in the September 2016 Librarian Licensure Examination are the following:


1 KARL EMMANUEL VILLANUEVA RUIZ
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
89.90

2 APRIL MAE BADILLA DELOLA
HOLY CROSS OF DAVAO COLLEGE
89.25

3 ELAINE BARBARA MAGLAQUE CRUZ
BALIUAG UNIVERSITY (BALIUAG COLLEGES)
89.20

4 PAUL JASON VISAYA PEREZ
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
89.15

5 JONATHAN DE GUZMAN ISIP
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
88.85

ROANA MARIE LUCENA FLORES
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-MANILA
88.85

6 GRACE RUTH TANTEO DAULAT
PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITYMANILA
88.55

7 DANOLEENE MARIE PASICOLAN TUGADE
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUISTUGUEGARAO
88.40

8 RAYMOND BALASAN AZUL
BICOL COLLEGE
88.20

9 DENISE MARIE OCAMPO MACROHON
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
88.15

10 SHAUNTEL PEREZ ORTEGO
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESDILIMAN
88.00

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1 ABARABAR, MA ESMERALDA ABAÑO
2 ABARRIENTOS, TRISHA FRANCES TOLENTINO
3 ABATAYO, JOLO VAN CLYDE SIMBAJON
4 ABAÑO, NERISA CALO-OY
5 ABDULMALIK, AMALIA PANONDI
6 ABELARDO, JEAN MARILETTE SALANDANAN
7 ABELONG, JULIE RIANO
8 ABING, REYA MARISSE CHUA
9 ABOCADO, JESSICA AYCARDO
10 ABORDO, CYNDIARELLE GUMERA
11 ABORDO, MARY ROSE BASIBAS
12 ABRAHAM, MARY JOYCE BAUTISTA
13 ACAPULCO, LOREMA NAVORA
14 ACAR, GELLIAN HOMEREZ
15 ACHAZO, JERCELIN MAPUE
16 ACOSTA, MARY ROSE RAGUAL
17 ACUÑA, JEDIDIA TOLERO
18 AGAPITO, JEED NICOLE DE LOS SANTOS
19 AGLIBO, CHRISTINE GAYLE FERNANDEZ
20 AGRICULA, MARISSA CABALTEA
21 AGUINALDO, MARJORIE EUSEBIO
22 AGUIRRE, RUBYLYN ESPERANSATE
23 ALBA, MARIZ APOLINAR
24 ALBO, ANDREA DEL ROSARIO
25 ALCANCE, KHRISTINE VERA VERAÑA
26 ALCIDO, JOANAH MARIE LAMTOCON
27 ALDAYA, MICHAEL JUN CANONOY
28 ALEGRIA, JANECA SARATE
29 ALFONSO, JUVY ANN ACOMPAÑADO
30 ALI, SAHARAH RINABOR
31 ALIBANGO, JAYSON RABIA
32 ALIMA, IRENE JEE ACLAO
33 ALLIDEM, CAMILLE DIMAS
34 ALMANON, ALEX EVANGELISTA
35 ALMENARIO, RALLION GILBERT BALANO
36 ALON, MARVEN NOB
37 ALTOVEROS, CZARMIAH ENRIQUEZ
38 ALVAREZ, BABY JEAN ARCHIVAL
39 AMBANE, IVY GRACE SANTIAGO
40 ANCHETA, DIANARA SORIANO
41 ANDO, RICZEL VILLAREAL
42 ANGCOG, MYRA BANTAS
43 ANGGO, SITTIE SAMIRA MACARIMBANG
44 ANIMAS, ANNABELLE OCULAR
45 ANTALAN, JASTINE BANGUIRAN
46 ANTONIO, CHINGBE GUMPAD
47 ANUNCIADO, ROANNE MAE
48 AOAY, ARSENIO JR ROMERO
49 APARIS, KAREEN MAE OMEGA
50 APURADO, SOLIMAR AGUANTA
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51 AQUINO, ARLENE FRESCO
52 ARAIS, NOVELYN APALIAS
53 ARANETA, MA BELIZA ENRIQUEZ
54 ARANILLA, JOMAR MALABANAN
55 ARCE, YEDDA MARYNEL UY
56 ARCIPE, JONAS LAMBERT CABANATAN
57 ARESCO, KEY SALIOT
58 AREVALO, ALMA BILLONES
59 ARREZA, PAMELA GONZALES
60 ARRIETA, AIZA BITOON
61 ARUCAN, ABRAHAM LAGERA
62 ASING, RAPHONZEL PATERNO
63 ASIS, ANGELICA ANSUAS
64 ASUNCION, CHILLIAN JOYCE SY
65 ASUNCION, EMELITA BRIGOLA
66 ATEN-AN, VILMA PUNDO
67 AVES, GINA VALENZONA
68 AVILA, ANNE GERALDINE SALES
69 AWICDI, RENCHIE CAMPOY
70 AYALA, JAYSON QUINTO
71 AYAP, MARY GRACE BAGON
72 AYOP, EVELYN BACAN
73 AZARCON, JOANNE MAE GARRIDO
74 AZUL, MICHAEL MACALALAD
75 AZUL, RAYMOND BALASAN
76 BABILONDO, JASTIN HORLADOR
77 BACATAN, MARLY ALBARRACIN
78 BACAY, WISDOM GASPAN
79 BACOSA, SR MA DULCE CORAZON OP OLAM
80 BADEO, RHEMA MARIE PALATTAO
81 BADIVAL, SHERYLYN JOY PAGAD
82 BADIVAL, WINA ASIONG
83 BADUA, KIEZEL ARGEL
84 BAGOL, CECILIA GERAL
85 BAGTANGAN, THERESA CAWA-ING
86 BALA, SALIHA BARAONTONG
87 BALABA, JENNIFER DELIGERO
88 BALAG, IVY PULINNEK
89 BALAMIENTO, CARLA MANGAHAS
90 BALANQUIT, LOIUE STIHL LIPATA
91 BALATICO, ELVIRA ABELLA
92 BALMES, CHRISTINE GARCIA
93 BALTERO, JUVIE ANNE ELIGIO
94 BANAAG, JHONNA LIZA SALAVERIA
95 BANGGAT, SHENES CERVANTES
96 BANO, IRENE PEROCILLO
97 BANUELOS, JOHANNA PAULINE BELEN
98 BANZUELA, MA KHRISTINE EBRADA
99 BARAJAS, KAYCEE LODANA
100 BARCOSO, LORHEN VILLOTA
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101 BARTE, CATALINA SAMOY
102 BARTOLABA, RICKY MORENO
103 BASADRE, MARICHO PALASOL
104 BASE, MYLA ADDAG
105 BASILAN, CHRISTY UBALDO
106 BASTIAN, MAY ANN OSTING
107 BATOON, JECEL PEREZ
108 BATUA, BAINOR MAMALAGON
109 BATUA, MIKAHLOU PIDO
110 BAUTISTA, CLAIRE LAGURA
111 BAUTISTA, JANYL CAMIÑA
112 BAUZON, MICHELLE AGUIRRE
113 BAY-OS, CHRISTINE WAPAN
114 BAYANGOS, PRINCESS CONEL
115 BAYANI, KRISTINE ANGELA BINALAY
116 BAYLON, JULIE ANN CASANE
117 BELMONTE, MARIA DOMINICA DIAZ
118 BENABENTE, MARILYN PIA
119 BENEYAT, MARYJUL TICA-A
120 BENTER, CLAIRE PACIS
121 BENTICAN, CARLYN WATCHORNA
122 BERING, BERNAN LOU BATE
123 BERNAL, AIREEN FRANZELLE LAPERA
124 BERNALES, REDGYNN ARELLANO
125 BISALO, JAIDE RICABLANCA
126 BLANCO, PHOEMELA PONTE
127 BOLASCO, MARIA LUISA OLAYON
128 BOMBALES, ROSA SALVACION REPOMANTA
129 BON, JANICE SUMMER RAQUITICO
130 BONGABONG, JENELIE INAC
131 BONIEL, ELLI SANTIAGO
132 BONIFACIO, CHELSEA ANNE QUIAMBAO
133 BORJA, RONINE RAMOS
134 BRIMBUELA, JECEL BUELLA
135 BRIONES, GOLDIE MOYWELA
136 BROCA, LOVELY ROSE CAMBARIJAN
137 BUCAGO, AMY FELICE PASCUA
138 BUENAFE, CHRISTI FRANC VON REBUTA
139 BUENVIAJE, WINNA MIA VICTORIA DUMLAO
140 BUGNOSEN, MARIANNE GARCIA
141 BULATAO, APRIL IRENE FRANCISCO
142 BUNAGAN, JANE XANDRA CALIMAG
143 BUNDALIAN, JORGE BALAIROS
144 BUNDANG, LOREEN DAPHNEE PARANADA
145 BUNDOC, ROSANNA MONIÑO
146 BUSCATO, CRISTINA JEAN IDA
147 BUTAL, MELYROSE NAMBATAC
148 BUYAY, DIANE OIDE
149 BUYOK, HONNEY JEAN ARNADO
150 CABABAT, JOYCE ANN RAFLORES
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151 CABALAN, JOELYN BARIN
152 CABER, DANNA PAMELA NARANJO
153 CABRERA, SARAH JANE SOMBILON
154 CABREROS, FEBELYN MINOR
155 CABULAY, JAYSON MARK RIVERA
156 CACHO, MICHELLE MAE MARCOS
157 CADIOG, LIEZL LABRADOR
158 CALAMBA, MERSHA PALERMO
159 CALAOAGAN, KENNETH GANITANO

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160 CALDERON, DYESSA JANE PAGCALIWAGAN
161 CALDERON, JOHN MICHAEL FELIZARDO
162 CALDERON, MADONNA FERNANDEZ
163 CALINGLING, GLENDA COGA-AY
164 CALIPJO, KEN MERVIN TOMAS
165 CALIXTRO, SHEENA CATHERINE BALAGAPO
166 CALMA, VINCENT DE PAUL SAN GABRIEL
167 CAMERO, ESTHER JANE GAUDIA
168 CAMINONG, CICILLE CAHINGCOY
169 CAMPO, JOVELYN SEBUGERO
170 CAMSO, LEAH EGSAN
171 CANLAS, INHA ANSHERINA CERRADO
172 CANTARA, MA RAIZZA MESIERRA
173 CAPILI, JOANA VICTORIA DAGUIO
174 CAPOQUIAN, BEVERLY ESPONILLA
175 CARANDANG, DEIL MARTIN TUCIT
176 CARANGIAN, JULIUS JAVIER
177 CAROLINO, DARREN SACUROM
178 CARPO, SHAIRA-LYN BERNABE
179 CARREON, ALEC ANDREI DINO
180 CARREON, FEBE BALINGAN
181 CARRO, MARY JOYCE INOC
182 CASALA, ANNA CECILIA ROBLES
183 CASAUL, JELYN ENRIQUEZ
184 CASIMIRO, JOY BELO
185 CASLANGEN, MICAH CONSALAN
186 CASTILLA, GINA ROSE VIGEN
187 CASTILLO, LINETH DELA CRUZ
188 CASTILLO, LYZETTE RELOS
189 CASTRO, JUDY ANNE NIETO
190 CATACUTAN, ANGELYN MANUEL
191 CATALAN, MARIA KRIZELDA FELICIDARIO
192 CATANGHAL, AUBREY RENZ MALVEDA
193 CATAPANG, NOBIE UY
194 CATAROJA, CHARLENE FAE ALAMBRA
195 CATEQUISTA, MAE GELLYN AGANG
196 CATUBAY, REBECCA GAJARDO
197 CAUILAN, BOBBY DE LA ROSA
198 CAÑETE, ANTHONY PORFERIO
199 CERBITO, SALVADOR DIAZ
200 CERVERA, JOAN AUSMOLO
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201 CHAKITON, XYNOUS LIGLIGEN
202 CHU, CLARIZZA MERZ ABELARDO
203 CHUA, EUNICE ANN YUTUC
204 CHUA, KRISTEL GIZELA PAMISAN
205 CIGARAL, KIM PATRICIA TUBAY
206 CINCO, CAROLINA FLORES
207 CLARIÑO, SARAH LOUISE JUATCO
208 COMALING, FERLYN MARRE SARSA
209 CORDERO, JOY LOU MARIE MANATAD
210 CORDOVA, VANESSA GEM TABIENDO
211 CORUÑA, NICA ALFANTA
212 COSICO, MARIA ARISSA VEQUILLA
213 COTINGUEY, GERALDINE TUGUINAY
214 CRISOSTOMO, SHELLY KEENE ESPLANA
215 CRUZ, ARNOLD PATRICK PANLAQUE
216 CRUZ, CHRISTIAN PATAOTAO
217 CRUZ, ELAINE BARBARA MAGLAQUE
218 CRUZ, ELIJA MARIE TOLEDO
219 CRUZ, JOHN ALLEN BENAVICE
220 CRUZ, MA CHRISTINA RUTH RIVERA
221 CUYUGAN, WENDY JOY NOGUERAS
222 DABBAY, JENNELYN CABAÑES
223 DABODABO, MEIBEL DEBALOY
224 DACEAN, AGNES PANGANIBAN
225 DAEN, DIANA JOY NIEVARES
226 DAGUIOAN, REGIE BITOL
227 DALUPANG, DANIELLE AN ALICUM
228 DAMASO, MA ELIZABETH LOPEZ
229 DANGCOGAN, SITTIE WANIFAH CASAN
230 DATUCALI, MILA LABAGANI
231 DAULAT, GRACE RUTH TANTEO
232 DAWAL, ANNE MARGARUETTE HIPOLITO
233 DAWAWONG, CHRISTINE SORIANO
234 DAWIDEO, NATALIA PAYOKET
235 DAÑEZ, MERCY CARMELA ULIT
236 DE CASTRO, AB GIDEON NALLONAR
237 DE CASTRO, EDRALYN TANGONAN
238 DE GUZMAN, RUBEN FONTANILLA
239 DE JESUS, CHENNIE MONTENEGRO
240 DE JESUS, JAMES KEVIN ROQUE
241 DE JOSE, EMERIE AÑONUEVO
242 DE LA ROSA, LORIELYN GARCIA
243 DE LEON, MONICA CASTRO
244 DE LIMOS, ERICKSON ABATA
245 DE LOS NIEVES, CUALECCA BERSAMEN
246 DE LOS SANTOS, PAULENE LIBRELLA
247 DE PEDRO, JUNNIE PALINO
248 DE VILLA, ANANIAS JR III AGATO
249 DECATORIA, ELENA CABANLIT
250 DEGAY, RASHELLE ANNE BAWING
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251 DEIPARINE, SUNSHINE GIANNE TUBIGON
252 DEL MUNDO, ALEXIA TORRES
253 DEL MUNDO, MARK ANGELO BORBON
254 DELA CRUZ, GIZELLE DEL ROSARIO
255 DELA CRUZ, KEVIN DHALE SOTTO
256 DELA CRUZ, MA ANNIELA BARTOLOME
257 DELA CRUZ, MYRRH RAQUEL JOY FAUSTO
258 DELOLA, APRIL MAE BADILLA
259 DELOS REYES, MARIA SHERLIE BUNYI
260 DESIDERIO, IRISH MARTINEZ
261 DIAZ, JAZEL JOY INTONG
262 DIAZ, REX NOEL OCHEA
263 DIGNOS, MERIAM PACIFICA CASIL
264 DILAO, JANNA AYESHMA MAGLAQUE
265 DILAO, ROSHYL ABADIANO
266 DINGIL, JANETTE MANANGAN
267 DINGLASA, VILMA NAZARENO
268 DIONALDO, AMABELLE RACHELLE GLER
269 DIOSO, MARYGOLD VALLERMOSA
270 DIZON, WINDELEN BALUCAN
271 DOMINGO, CHERELIE ANN MAGAYON
272 DOMINGO, EDELYN RIOS
273 DOMINGO, GRETCHEN PEREZ
274 DOMINGO, LOVE JOY CAMPOY
275 DOMINGO, RIZZA CRISTOBAL
276 DOROJA, DOMINICA JAE ABUSTAN
277 DULATRE, GELLI MANGAOANG
278 DUMECQUIAS, VERNA NAGSINGAN
279 DUYO, JAN MARIEL ARCAYAN
280 DUYOT, CLARRIE KAE ESTOE
281 EBINA, CHRISTY JOYCE RABACIA
282 EBLACAS, MARY GRACE CRUZ
283 EBOÑA, CHRISTIAN JORDY BORLONGAN
284 ECLARIN, ELMA SORIANO
285 EDRES, BENGBENG JUBAIRAH NAGA
286 EGOS, NOREEN GRACE NUDALO
287 ELEJORDE, ROWENA COMANDANTE
288 ELIGAN, EILEEN ANDREA MAE ALMADEN
289 ELOPRE, ANDREA SEGUI
290 ENARSAO, MYRNA BURGOS
291 ENRIQUEZ, NEIL MARK OCOL
292 ENRIQUEZ, THEODORE WALDO GONZALES
293 ENTOL, JIKIRI MANTAWIL
294 ESCOBAR, CYBIL HANNAH ZITA
295 ESGUERRA, PRINCES JOY BOLOS
296 ESPINOSA, LOUISSE TANAGON
297 ESTEFANIA, CHRISTINE ROSAL
298 ESTOQUE, MA ELLEN NEOL MIADO
299 ESTRELLA, ARON PAUL BONOS
300 EUGENIO, KRISTINE JULIAN
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301 EUGENIO, MA LEVITA BUENSUCESO
302 EULE, MARY JANE VILLANUEVA
303 EVANGELISTA, LEONOR ALMARES
304 FABIAN, KIMBERLY MERCADO
305 FABILA, NADIE JOY GADO
306 FABILLAR, NELDITA CAÑETE
307 FADRIQUELA, INGRID MARIE THERESE PEREZ
308 FALLER, ARNEL ZAIDE
309 FALOGME, LOURANE AMAR
310 FARAMIL, JAN RAE ROXAS
311 FAYO, AMPHY MAE IBAÑEZ
312 FEDELIN, SARAH JEAN SAMINADO
313 FELIX, CINDY GRACE DOLLENTE
314 FERNANDEZ, ANA MARIE DELA CRUZ
315 FEROL, SAMANTHA GARCIA
316 FERRER, DECEM SASING
317 FETALVERO, DANNA GLEN GABIA
318 FLORENDO, KRISTYL MAE GUMANA
319 FLORES, ANNA CECILIA BASCO
320 FLORES, ROANA MARIE LUCENA
321 FORTU, LALYNE MARQUEZ
322 FRANCISCO, PIERRE ANGELA AGIDO
323 FURIGAY, JOHN CARLO SIMANGAN
324 GABBUAT, JOANNE MERCURIO
325 GACA, ANN ROZELLE CAYUBIT
326 GADIA, EVA CARLA FERRAREN
327 GAGARIN, JHUNE CUNANAN
328 GALARIO, GEGIE GAMUYAO
329 GALIMBA, JASPHER NATIVIDAD
330 GALIT, ANTHONY DOBLE
331 GALLAMOS, MELANIE LAUREL
332 GANGPAO, RUTH GAIL MANZANO
333 GAPAN, ANDREA DENISE SANTOS
334 GARCIA, ANDREA ANGELA ORODIO
335 GARCIA, JAYVEE DELA PEÑA
336 GARCIA, JENNIFER BAYANAY
337 GATCHALIAN, FE SUSANA CABILAN
338 GEALON, JESSAH MAE MADELO
339 GELANGRE, JONAHBELLE OJERIO
340 GENTILES, MARICHU DORIA
341 GERALDE, MISAERENCE JANE MAABA
342 GERONIMO, MARCELIANO JR BUENAVENTURA
343 GIMO, LEONCIA BONIDA
344 GIRON, NICOLE GERONIMO
345 GOC-ONG, CHARLES NIEVEN JANE BANSAG
346 GOMEZ, JOHN ANGELO BRIZ
347 GOMEZ, MARY ANN CATHERINE VILLACORTE
348 GONGON, REINA FATIMA BUENCAMINO
349 GONZAGA, SUNSHINE GERON
350 GONZALES, JESSA SAN JOSE
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351 GONZALES, LEANNA MARIE DE GUZMAN
352 GONZALES, MARK EDZEL REYES
353 GONZALEZ, CHARLES JOSEPH GARCIA
354 GOZUM, AIRELL TYRON BATERINA
355 GREGORIO, NERHIZA GRACE DULATRE
356 GUALVEZ, CARLO ZEBEDEE REYES
357 GUAZON, ANGELICA RAE PASTOR
358 GUBATEN, NOROLAIN ALI
359 GUCE, ANGELIQUE LAVARRO
360 GUERRERO, RONNIE MANGGA
361 GUIAYA, JOANNA MAE YAP
362 GUILLEN, NEIL DAVID BALGOS
363 GUMACAL, DAVE FUENTEBELLA
364 GUMAWA, MA CARMEN SEMINIO
365 GUSTILO, JULIA IMME SILVA
366 GUTIERREZ, ERIKA JOY APON
367 GUTIERREZ, VERIANNE GEL PELAYO
368 GUZMAN, CALVIN PERDIGON
369 H MONER, ALIAH MACASACUM
370 HERIDA, CHARISH JANE PACALDO
371 HERNANDEZ, HYACINTH NICOLE PACSON
372 HIFARVA, LEDILYN JAGONASE
373 HINAMPAS, ETEL ELLA MAE FAJADA
374 HUELAR, HONIE ROSE PABRO
375 HUET, ELOISA EBIO
376 HUMADAS, CYRNE JOY SOTOLO
377 HUPA, DIANNE RUTH ORBETA
378 HURTADA, JO ANNA MAE LEGASPINO
379 IB-IB, JOENELLE DOBLADO
380 ILUSTRISIMO, MARY ELEANOR CRISOLO
381 INOCANDO, ANNA CHRISTINE CABADING
382 INSIGNE, AMARIE BACTOL
383 IRAL, RAISSA RIA RAMOS
384 ISIP, JONATHAN DE GUZMAN
385 ITAO, GICKRONEMAE GALABIN
386 JANDOC, JUDY ANN PRIMO
387 JARLEGO, BERNADETTE ALOQUIN
388 JAROMAMAY, KRISTINE JOY CALPE
389 JAVA, RIZALYN VARONA
390 JAVIER, RAVE ANN EULDAN
391 JIMENEZ, SHELLA MARIZ PADILLA
392 JORDAN, IVY YU
393 JOSE, ANDREA CAMILLE BERMUDEZ
394 JOVER, PATRICK JOMAR MARASIGAN
395 JULIAN, MAY FLOR CABALTICA
396 JULIAN, ROMER SABLAY
397 KIGANGAN, VENER ABAG
398 KILLASE, RENELYN DANGPAS
399 KILLIP, ALICIA MAE SUMILONG
400 KINNUD, ALETHE JOY HANGDAAN
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401 LABRADOR, ROZEN ABSALON
402 LACAMBRA, MARIEL ENCOMIO
403 LACHICA, JEAN CLYDEE FERMANEZ
404 LAGAMAYO, NATHAN LORENZO DIAZ
405 LAGAO, SYMON
406 LAGAYADA, KIMBERLY ANCHETA
407 LAGO, ANGELICA GUIWO
408 LAGRADA, RUBIE JANE BOJERES
409 LAGUARTILLA, MAIKA ESMAS
410 LAGUMBAY, JOSEPHINE SIANOSA
411 LAGUROS, MARICHU DIEZ
412 LALICA, KARLA LEAL
413 LALUCES, KIAN XAVIER UBALDO
414 LAMSEN, LUZVIMINDA VELORIA
415 LANGERAS, ALGEN LEPARTO
416 LAO, KHOLYN KAYE VICTORIA
417 LARANJO, REY ANN JUMAO-AS
418 LARRACAS, MA CELINE MODAR
419 LARRACAS, WYNDEL JAMES SORIA
420 LASTIMA, MARJORIE PERPIÑAN
421 LAUDE, ANNA ISOLDE GALUPO
422 LAURENTE, MARK ANTHONY DELA ROSA
423 LAXA, JAKE TOLENTINO
424 LAYCO, ANN NICOLE JABONETE
425 LEDESMA, MA ZOSIE LHOU CARPIO
426 LENA, MAYLYN ACUPINPIN
427 LEON, LENIE BIERNES
428 LIBAG, JAN FRANCIS MIGUEL
429 LIBAT, KRISTINE KAYNNE LEYESA
430 LIBO-ON, FRANCES PAULA PAMINTUAN
431 LIM, ANGEL JEAN BORCILLO
432 LIM, ROSE MARIE MONUNGOLH
433 LIMBO, KARINA JOYCE ESMERALDA
434 LIMIC, JELLY ANN ALSINO
435 LIMJUCO, JANNINE JAEN
436 LIMOSNERO, AXEL BAS
437 LINTONGAN, ZULHARAMIYAH BUTUAN
438 LIWAG, MARIJOY GONZALO
439 LIZARONDO, CAMILLE NATIVIDAD
440 LLORITO, OVID EXEQUIEL DAING
441 LOBIDO, CHERRY LLANDA
442 LOBO, EVANGELINE ARABEJO
443 LOCQUIAO, MAUREEN NICOLE NITURA
444 LOMABAO, ALIYAH RUFAYDAH BACARAMAN
445 LOMBOY, MANELYN MUNAR
446 LOPEZ, EDFE ANGELO ANDAYA
447 LOPEZ, ROWENA BARAQUIA
448 LU, JAN ALEXIS LEE
449 LUBONG, NOVA FELICIANO
450 LUGO, REMBERLY GRACILLA
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451 LUMABAS, DOREEN ANNE SANTOS
452 LUMBA, MARK JOVINS MALAZA
453 MABAYAO, EMELYN ANSAP
454 MABUTI, JOHN PATRICK ANGELES
455 MACAPODI, ALEJA ALYSSA MARMAY
456 MACARAEG, MYRA BELTRAN
457 MACLID, MARINELL MAI DELOS REYES
458 MACROHON, DENISE MARIE OCAMPO
459 MADALANG, SELLY BALIANG
460 MAGAYON, JUDY ANN LU
461 MAGCULANG, JANA CHRISTINE PRINCIPE
462 MAGDOBOY, MAY ANN JOY BANDIGAN
463 MAGGOD, RACQUEL PULIGON
464 MAGSAYO, LIZA BAHIAN
465 MAGSAYO, RENANTE TUMLAD
466 MAHENDRAN, JAYA BRABHA AGUDONG DO
467 MAJADAS, JONALYN BOLIMA
468 MALANA, ANTONETTEMARIE DECENA
469 MAMINTAL, ABDULJAFFAR LUMAMPA
470 MANABAT, MA MERCEDES PAEZ
471 MANALO, MICHELLE ANN GARAIS
472 MANDANE, ABBY JOY BOBILES
473 MANDAS, MARY ROSE BERAY
474 MANTALA, MARIA RAQUEL PAGTALUNAN
475 MARARAC, CAREN CYEL GUTIERREZ
476 MARCELO, JENNILYNE PAYDO-AN
477 MARIANO, ALLYSSA ARA PAGLINAWAN
478 MARIANO, MARLA ANN MAPUE
479 MAROHOMSALIC, NORHANIFAH LARGO
480 MARQUEZ, JANICE LARACAS
481 MARQUEZ, LEOFRAN JOSHUA SANTIAGO
482 MARQUEZ, NICA NERI CLARIÑO
483 MARTE, GIA NENE KARLA CALOOY
484 MARTIN, JEREMIE DANIELLE RAMOS
485 MASANGCAY, EDMALYN SIBULAN
486 MATEO, DOMESIA PAGNAS
487 MATURAN, RAAM PAUL MITRA
488 MAUNTE, NORHANNAH MALA
489 MAURICIO, JUDEMAE NATENG
490 MAYRENA, MARK KEVIN BADIVAL
491 MAYUBBA, SHEILA MARIE MILLARE
492 MEADOWS, PRINCESS MAY BERCERO
493 MEDINA, JEANNE PAULINE FRANCISCO
494 MEDINA, MARIE LOISE JARUMAYAN
495 MELANIO, MYRENE MAINIT
496 MENDOZA, HANNAH BENIELLE BORJA
497 MENDOZA, PRINCESS PAULINE JOYCE ALINAS
498 MENIL, ANDRHEA ESPINOSA
499 MERAÑA, JERLHEEN ROSE RONGO
500 MERAÑA, KYM MYLIE ORTILLANO
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501 MERCADO, NATHANIEL JHON SALVADOR
502 MIADO, THERESE MARIAE ANG
503 MICLAT, JOHN EZEKIEL DOBLE
504 MILLARE, JOHAYLI BARRIENTOS
505 MINDALANO, NOSAIFAH MINDALANO
506 MINGMING, CHARES PARCASIO
507 MIRA, ROE JENN GALVE
508 MOLINA, DAISY GRACE LACIA
509 MOMOG, CAMELLE SAPOPO
510 MONAKIL, EARL MARVIN VELASCO
511 MONDEJAR, LIAFEIL CORAY
512 MONTE DE RAMOS, ANN MARIE
513 MONTEJO, REYNAFE FAJARDO
514 MONTEMAYOR, TEDDY ROSE ALTOVEROS
515 MONTES, MERSELLE FIGUEROA
516 MORDIDO, JINKY MANALILI
517 MOSO, CHERRY JEAN GIAN
518 MOSUELA, CHRISTEL JOYCE SEVILLA
519 MUDAT, ROBELLE BALADAD
520 NAGALLO, DONA LIZA GALLEGO
521 NALUZ, MICAH MAY VICMUDO
522 NARAJA, JAN TAMMY CALVEZ
523 NAVAJA, FELIPA SASAM
524 NEBRES, MARBILYN TUDLONG
525 NOCOS, MARJUN MAHINAY
526 NORBERTE, JESSA MAE ORAZA
527 OBAL, MANILYN REQUEJO
528 OBALAN, SHERIE ANN CABUHOC
529 OLID, JERWIN JOSHUA RIOS
530 OLIVAR, RODYLIN IBAÑEZ
531 ONIOT, JOSEPH DAHUNAN
532 ORBASIDO, GERALDINE SOLAYAO
533 ORCULLO, MA DANICA ANDEO
534 ORPILLA, YOLANDA APIOTEN
535 ORSAL, MA ADORA ANALA
536 ORTEGO, SHAUNTEL PEREZ
537 OSANO, IRENE YORO
538 OZAMIZ, KYEN TEJANO
539 PABULARIO, BLISELLE JOYCE INOC
540 PABULARIO, CRISLYN MARIZ INOC
541 PACATAN, PAMELA JANE MEJARES
542 PACULLA, HAZEL BALDING
543 PADLAN, MARY JANE BIAZON
544 PAGALAN, PAMELA
545 PAGKATOTOHAN, ERIKA JOYCE ADLAWAN
546 PALAD, KAREEN ALCALA
547 PALAYA, AIZA MAY VIOLATA
548 PALERMO, ELESIO JR RAVANILLA
549 PANAGUITON, JOCELYN BAUTISTA
550 PANDAY, MYRA SALUDES
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551 PANGILAMUN, SONAYA BACARAMAN
552 PANIERGO, FELIN MEMBRIDO
553 PANO, CHARISMA VALLE
554 PAQUIA, AIZEL CAPISONDA
555 PASCUAL, REI EMMANUEL SALONGA
556 PASION, LEVITA SINO CRUZ
557 PASTOR, JENELEE CERIALES
558 PASTORIL, HONEYLENE DAPAR
559 PELOVELLO, MANUELA BABARAN
560 PEREZ, PAUL JASON VISAYA
561 PERONA, KETHLEY JOYCE LOGANG-A
562 PESIGAN, GENIE ROSE REYES
563 PESTAÑO, CARMINA GUINTO
564 PEÑA, ROXANNE MARIE GARCIA
565 PEÑAFIEL, HELEN ALITAO
566 PEÑALOSA, JONATHAN OCUAMAN
567 PILAN, MARIA LINDA CULIAO
568 PINEDA, ROMY DELGADO
569 PINPIN, ROCHELLE MAYE DELA CRUZ
570 PIODO, CLAIRE ANN LUMIJAC
571 PISTULA, PRECIOUS LUCINARIO
572 PITLONGAY, JANELLE TONGALOG
573 POLO, GIO LOUIZ GREGORIO
574 POLONIO, JORIZ JANE NACHORPIG
575 POQUIZ, DARREN POQUIZ
576 PORRAS, ILUMINADA JUAREZ
577 PORSUELO, TERESA DIONESIO
578 PORTALES, KEITH ALEXANDRIA PUJALTE
579 PRINCIPE, CHARLENE REMEDIO
580 PRUDENCIO, JOHNY ALBOR
581 PULAYAN, MINETTE PALMA
582 QUIAQUE, PETCHE PADUYOS
583 QUINATADCAN, ROSALIE REYES
584 QUINTE, LORINA BOÑON
585 QUINTE, RUTCHEL TABLON
586 QUINTOS, NORIE MAY SOBERANO
587 QUIROL, MIRAFLOR TASIC
588 QUIZADA, ANGELYN MAGNO
589 RAFOLS, AIREEN REY MACALLING
590 RAMOS, ANTHONY
591 RAPSING, MARY JOANN JALON
592 RAVALO, RICHARD ALPHEGE ALCANCE
593 RAZAL, JOHANNAH MAE OLID
594 REALINO, DEMI SHANE MAABA
595 RECILE, HANNAH COYUPAN
596 RED, CHARO GUEVARA
597 REDILLAS, RENZ LESTER FAJILAN
598 REDONDO, RULE PADERANGA
599 RENDON, AILLEN BANCALE
600 REQUIMIN, GLADYS MARTINEZ
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601 REQUINALA, ABEL REVATORIS
602 RESURRECCION, JAMES ANGELO PABILICO
603 RETOLADO, JEREMIAH SALARDA
604 REYES, ALMA KAY ABAN
605 REYES, DRIDGE PAUL AQUINO
606 REYES, MARY ROSE MANALO
607 REYES, RICHEL PERONCE
608 REYES, ROLANDO BEBITA
609 REYES, YENDY DELA CRUZ
610 RICAFORT, EVANGELINE GOMEZ
611 RIO, KRYSTEL VAIL MARIE DALAGAN
612 RODRIGUEZ, ERICKA MAY ALFONSO
613 RODRIGUEZ, MICHELLE ROSE CANOY
614 ROJAS, CHERRY MAE VELASCO
615 ROMO, JULIET MESIAS
616 ROMULO, KHASIAN EUNICE MERENCILLO
617 RONAN, MARGARITA SECOPITO
618 RONDA, DYNA ATHENA RODEO
619 RONDERO, ANA FE VASAYLAJE
620 ROXAS, JERRILYN MANGULABNAN
621 RUAR, LETTY BAK-INGAN
622 RUIZ, KARL EMMANUEL VILLANUEVA
623 RUIZ, ROWENESSIE MAE ALTOVEROS
624 SAB-IT, REU CONTES
625 SABIANO, DESIREE PONASEN
626 SABLAYAN, MYLA ESTRADA
627 SABROSO, JAN VINCENT MUNAR
628 SACLA, JAYFORD KILONGAN
629 SACPA, MARILUZ DAYAO
630 SAGRANADA, JEAN SARNO
631 SALAK, FLORDELIZA ABANSI
632 SALAMILLAS, GIAN CARLO BARDELOSA
633 SALAS, JANINE ALFONSO
634 SALCEDO, MIRIAM CHARMIGRACE QUANICO
635 SALULUKAN, JIMMY SILAY
636 SALVACION, MA CZARINAH MEDINA
637 SAMO, SITTIE JALALIA PANANGGILAAN
638 SAMPAYAN, ZONAINA AGUIL
639 SAN PEDRO, VIEN CAMILLE VELEÑA
640 SANCHEZ, MARTINE THERESE MANLANSING
641 SANTIAGO, JENNIFER MACARAEG
642 SANTILLAN, MYRNYLL RHOIDZ VALENTE
643 SANTOS, ANNIE BONGABONG
644 SANTOS, NESTOR VELASQUEZ
645 SARANGANI, AMER HASSAN UMPA
646 SATOYA, MARY GRACE ORTEGA
647 SAYCON, JAMILAH CAMILLE GUEVARRA
648 SEBIAL, ANGELIZA LLANDA
649 SEBIGAN, LEONIE PASINAG
650 SEMPIO, CHRISTIANNE GEORGETTE VISITACION
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651 SERVIDOR, ANA MARIE FLORES
652 SESE, KIMBERLY MAE MENDIOLA
653 SILVA, RENEE ROSE ROMAGUERA
654 SIMON, BRIAN JAMES FELIPE
655 SIMON, JEHN MARIE ALEJO
656 SINDOL, JANE BRIONES
657 SINSUAN, PAULEEN ESPINOSA
658 SIROT, KIMA NARVAIZ
659 SISON, JOHN REINIER SANTIAGO
660 SISON, LOEN MARBEN FERNANDEZ
661 SITON, GIRLIE MAMBALING
662 SOLSOLOY, GARRY DAVE SAPLOR
663 SOREÑO, ED NARCISO
664 SORIANO, MARK IGNATIUS GRANETA
665 SORIANO, RICHARD MENDOZA
666 SOSTINO, MARVIE JOY RABAÑO
667 SUANA, QUEENNIE RODRIGUEZ
668 SUBIAGA, MAY ANN CASTILLANO
669 SUBONG, RODOLFO MAGON
670 SUDARIO, PRINCESS ASUNCION
671 SUKIL-AP, JHEMA BAGTANGAN
672 SUMUOB, RODRIGO JR BASACA
673 SUNDAYON, EVE ROSE LIRADO
674 SUNGGOD, JANESSAH AVENIDO
675 SUPERAL, SHIRESLYNGRACE ACANA
676 SURIO, LEO MICHAEL GARCIA
677 TAA, LOVELY JOY ANDALIS
678 TABLAC, JUSTINE TABIEROS
679 TAD-O, FAIRY MAE KENCHAO
680 TADEO, AIRRA ASUR
681 TAGAN, FATIMA JUNE ACHACOSO
682 TAGLE, LORDINCEL ANN DOCOG
683 TALLUD, AVEL PERSEUS GUDOY
684 TALORONG, AIDA LUCASAN
685 TAN, IRIS JOY LOPEZ
686 TAN, JOHN PAUL ADRIAN GONZALES
687 TAN, LEONARD
688 TANATE, RACHELLE JOY CALLANGA
689 TANSIONGCO, KEVIN CONRAD TARROBAL
690 TANTIANGCO, ALYSSA RIANNA BAUTO
691 TAPLIN, MARY JANE SANG-IT
692 TAÑGONAN, CLOIE SOBERANO
693 TEJERO, GEMMA SUPNET
694 TEODORO, HACELLE DUEÑAS
695 TEOPE, ANDRIA RENEE ABELARDO
696 TERANTE, DAVID CASTOR
697 TERTE, MARIE CHRISTINE PILAPIL
698 TIMATIM, MARIE JOY COLLANTES
699 TINGZON, CYNTHIA VILLAPAÑA
700 TION, MERALUNA PABELLON
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701 TISTON, ERIKA VIVIENE ADVINCULA
702 TOMAS, JEAZEL SALBINO
703 TORDILLOS, DIANNE DELA CRUZ
704 TORILLOS, NINA ALEXANDRA TEVES
705 TOVERADA, GERALD NEIL VALISNO
706 TRINIDAD, CHRISTINE BAJADO
707 TRINIDAD, DARYLL OLIVA
708 TUASON, MELITA ELOI DAVID
709 TUGADE, DANOLEENE MARIE PASICOLAN
710 TUMANDA, CHERRY MARIE RAMA
711 TUMLOS, JESSICA MANULAT
712 TUVILLEJA, JAHLEN MONTELOYOLA
713 URGELLES, JHANA MAE MARTINEZ
714 UYAMI, JERICK LOZANO
715 VALDELEON, JEREMY SAN DIEGO
716 VALDEZ, PEARL NECY DAMILIG
717 VELASCO, JENNIFER RAMOS
718 VELASCO, RUTH ANN BUCSIT
719 VELASQUEZ, ALLAIZA ROCHELLE PELAYO
720 VELASQUEZ, PATRICIA MARIEL REJANO
721 VERGARA, CAMELLE RUBY SABAYAN
722 VICENTE, MARY ROSE PEREZ
723 VICMUDO, ANN LOUISSE CENTENO
724 VICTORIO, LOBELYN ALATANG
725 VIERNES, REGINE HETIROZA
726 VILLACAMPA, MARIE LOUISE PATING
727 VILLACURA, DIANE MEJIA
728 VILLAMONTE, RANESSA MHAE SANTOS
729 VILLANUEVA, GLAZE AUBREY ALOJADO
730 VILLANUEVA, MAY VIRTUDAZO
731 VILLARIN, BETHANY PEREZ
732 VILLEGAS, CARLO ENRICO AYATE
733 VINZON, ESMERALDA REYES
734 VISAYA, MARY GRACE SECULLES
735 YAGUE, CLIFFORD AGCAOILI
736 YBAÑEZ, JEAN MENDOZA
737 YOHANON, STEPHANIE KATE LIPA
738 ZAMORA, EDRICK KRISTOFFER JAVIER
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Duterte questions "God Existence"
Manila, Philippines - During a briefing in Malacanang, President Rodrigo Duterte questioned those who are opposing death penalty and asked them if their stand would be the same if God did not exist.

Speaking to the members of the Malacañang Press Corps after the oath-taking of Palace journalists' groups, Duterte first lamented that Filipinos no longer believe in the law because of the absence of fear. He then defended the reimposition of death penalty, saying the Catholics would say there used to be death penalty in ancient times but it did not work.

According to National Statistics Office data from 2010, around 80 percent of Filipinos identify as Roman Catholic.

The president explained death penalty is not working because it was never imposed and the faithful are impeding its implementation with the issue of morality. He said critics of death penalty may point to convicted rapist Leo Echagaray’s execution via lethal injection in 1999 as an example of capital punishment that was not able to eradicate crime.

“Then, I can simply say hindi tumalab ‘yung death penalty noon kasi hindi in-impose. Every president along the way would just say, one, because of the Catholic Church. Second, the bleeding hearts, because only God can kill. Ang problema niyan I ask you, what if there's no God?” he said.

Duterte questioned the combination of morality and the judicial system and continued to doubt the presence of God amid criminality, violence and other sufferings. He said the people allow criminality with the knowledge that there is God but asked what if there is no God. 

So, where is ... God when a one-year-old baby... 18-months... year-old baby is taken from the mother's arms brought under a jeep and raped and killed. So where is God?" Duterte asked, citing rape and killings, as well as women and children victims in atrocities in Syria and rape victims of  Islamic State Group.

"So where is God? My God, where are you? I believe in God but that is my perpetual question to him. Where were you when we needed you?” the president added.

Duterte told Catholics that it is not enough to say God will come to judge the living and the dead when there are heartaches, sorrow and agony inflicted upon human.

The president has been pushing for a reimposition of the death penalty, a move that House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez included in his list of priority legislation when he was elected to lead the House of Representatives in July.

Prior to the presidential campaign, several Catholics slammed Duterte for cursing Pope Francis when he narrated his ordeal during the papal visit when several roads were closed. He has since apologized for his remarks to the pontiff. Philstar

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Hillary Clinton Vs. Donald Trump US Presidential Debate 2016, Live Stream,Live Blog
MANILA, Philippines – The two leading candidates for the presidency of the United States are set to face off on Monday, September 26 (Tuesday, September 27), during the 2016 election season's first presidential debate.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the standard bearer of the Democratic Party, will face reality television star and businessman Donald Trump, representing the Republican Party. This will be the first time the two candidates will share the same stage, and it is expected to be one of the most scrutinized live event so far in the race for the White House.


Moderated by NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, the first presidential debate of the season will last 90 minutes, commercial-free, starting 9 pm US Eastern Standard Time (9 am Philippine time).

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San Miguel Vs Ginebra Game 1 - September 26, 2016 LIVE, Replay,Live Update
Get the latest PBA news, updates & highlights of the PBA Commissioner's Cup 2016. Sports 5 (www.Sports5.ph) is the online sports hub of TV5. It is the first official local sports website to livestream PBA, NCAA games and other sporting events. Users can also watch PBA Free Live Stream broadcast on Sports5 Official Youtube Account and on Sports5.ph. You can follow the official Twitter account of the PBA broadcast team at @PBAonTV5.

Follow the official PBA Twitter account, the official PBA Facebook account and the official PBA Instagram account for more updates. Catch the games live on TV5, Live AUDIO Stream - www.pba.inquirer.net/pba-live-radio-stream, live AV stream - www.sports5.ph, 92.3FM, Cignal 198HD.

For photos and other news, visit the PBA's Official Website at www.pba.ph. For latest PBA team standings visit pba.inquirer.net/standings and for the full schedule of the PBA visit pba.inquirer.net/schedules.

PBA Governors' Cup 2016 Schedule, Results & Stats (PBA Season 41)
(sources: PBA.ph, @pbaconnect, Sports5, TV5 & fibalivestats.com)

September 26 (Monday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 1 (Best-of-5)
7:00pm - San Miguel vs. Brgy. Ginebra [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

September 27 (Tuesday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 1 (Best-of-5)
7:00pm - Meralco vs. TNT KaTropa [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

September 28 (Wednesday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 2 (Best-of-5)
7:00pm - San Miguel vs. Brgy. Ginebra [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

September 29 (Thursday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 2 (Best-of-5)
7:00pm - Meralco vs. TNT KaTropa [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

September 30 (Friday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 3 (Best-of-5)
7:00pm - San Miguel vs. Brgy. Ginebra [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

October 1 (Saturday) Smart Araneta Colisuem
SEMIS GAME 3 (Best-of-5)
5:00pm - Meralco vs. TNT KaTropa [LIVE STREAM 1] | [LIVE STREAM 2]

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DND to hold Defense Exhibition 2016 at World Trade Center
Manila, Philippines - The Department of National Defense(DND) will hold the 2nd edition of ADAS, Defense, Security,and Crisis Management Exhibit which will take place from September 28 to 30 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City. ADAS 2016 is the only defense and security exhibit in the Philippines which is again fully endorsed and supported by the DND, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and other related government agencies.

Over 140 exhibitors from 25 countries will showcase the latest cutting edge equipment and technologies.

Among them are bellwether companies such as Airbus Defense and Space, ASELSAN, Bell Helicopter,Brahmos Aerospace, DuPont,ELBIT, Israel Aerospace Industry, Kia Motors, KAI, Leonardo, MBDA, MKU,RAFAEL, SAAB and HARRIS, and many more.

A major feature of the show will be the seven national and group country pavilions from Germany, Indonesia,Israel,Korea, Philippines, Singapore and the USA, with the Israeli and Korean pavilions requiring impressive exhibition areas for this year.

Given the extensive global industry participation, ADAS 2016 will again attract a large gathering of procurement specialists, system integrator s, suppliers, and elevators.

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Teachers Board Exam ,LET Result - September 2016
For those who wait for the LET (Licensure Examination for Teacher) September 25,2016,you can find the full list of passers here, top 10 (topnotchers), top performing schools and performance of schools as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) released official results in 9 to 11 weeks (39-52 working days) after the exam.

The PRC administered the LET board exam to more than 100,000 takers in at least 22 test locations nationwide: Manila, Antique, Bacolod, Baguio, Catarman, Cebu, Davao, General Santos City, Iloilo, Laoag, Legazpi, Lucena, Marinduque, Masbate, Mindoro, Pagadian, Palawan, Romblon, Rosales, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

The BPT who gave the licensure exam is composed of Dr. Rosita L. Navarro, Chairman; Dr. Paz I. Lucido, Dr. Paraluman R. Giron and Dr. Nora M. Uy, Members.

Here's the complete list of results for September 2016 LET (Links will be activated once officially released online):

    September 2016 LET Results: Alphabetical List of Passers Elementary Level
    September 2016 LET Results: Alphabetical List of Passers Secondary Level
    September 2016 LET Elementary Top 10 (Topnotchers)
    September 2016 LET Secondary Top 10 (Topnotchers)
    September 2016 LET Top Performing, Performance of Schools
    September 2016 LET passers registration, verification of ratings and oathtaking schedule, venue

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
L.E.T. - ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY - All Regions
Held on SEPTEMBER 25, 2016
Released on NOVEMBER 2016

Updating for the list of passers...

Coverage of Exam and Passing Percentage

The second licensure examination for teachers this 2016 covered two (2) parts for Elementary - General Education (40%) and Professional Education (60%) and three (3) parts for Secondary - General Education (20%), Professional Education (40%) and Specialization (40%).

The test covered the major areas of General Education (English, Filipino, Mathematics, Science and Social Sciences), Professional Education (teaching profession, social dimensions of education, principles of teaching, education technology, curriculum development, facilitating learning, child and adolescent development, assessment of student learning, developmental reading, field study and practice teaching). The 10 specializations for Secondary Teacher with exam coverage depends on the chosen course: English, Filipino, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Social Studies or Social Sciences, Values Education, MAPEH, Agriculture and Fishery Arts and TLE (Technology and Livelihood Education.

In order to pass September 2016 LET, an examinee must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests, PRC said.

Note that passing the teacher licensure exam and having valid professional license from the Commission are necessary before the practice of teaching profession in the Philippines. Otherwise, those who will violate may face fine and imprisonment based on penal provisions.

Probable release date of LET Results

PRC Board News, our partner website for PRC exam results said that the probable release date of September 2016 LET exam is between November 21 to December 9, 2016

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Gunman kills 5 at Macy's store in Washington State
A manhunt operation was conducted in a gunman which is still at large after five people was shot dead in a shopping mall. A gunman opened fire in the makeup department of a Macy's store in a shopping center north of Seattle, killing five people.

The Washington State Patrol said the five were shot on Friday night at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, about 105km north of Seattle.

Sergeant Mark Francis said authorities were searching for a "Hispanic male wearing grey" who was last seen walking towards a highway from the shopping center.


Authorities released a photo of a man they said was the shooter, saying he prowled the mall armed with a rifle.

"Here is the shooter. We believe just one shooter. ... Armed with rifle," Francis tweeted. A manhunt is underway as police work on a few leads.

Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson told CNN they got reports that the suspect was behind some buildings headed to the freeway.

"They're canvassing the area right now, and ... (he) has not been located at this time," Johnson said early Saturday.

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