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Arroyo: 'Nobody in my family or among my kin are above the law'
President Arroyo on Wednesday ordered the Department of Justice to look into fresh allegations that his son, Pampanga Rep. Juan Miguel Arroyo, and brother-in-law, Rep. Ignacio "Iggy" Arroyo, received P500,000 monthly in jueteng payoffs.
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'I am Gary,' says aide of Iggy Arroyo
The chief of staff of Rep. Ignacio "Iggy" Arroyo of Negros Occidental, the President's brother-in-law, said Wednesday that the voice of the man identified as "Gary" in the compact discs containing supposed conversations between President Arroyo and an elections commissioner sounded very much like his own.
 
Gary is still a mystery man, as far as MalacaƱang is concerned
MalacaƱang remains guarded in confirming or denying the identity of "Gary," the man President Arroyo allegedly discussed election fraud with in conversations taped during last year's election.
 
Jinggoy prefers mass action to impeachment
Sen. Jinggoy Estrada said on Wednesday that he prefers mass action to impeachment as a way of ousting President Arroyo.
 
One-witness hearing on jueteng turns farcical
Only one of the 52 suspected jueteng operators summoned to the House of Representatives' hearing on the illegal numbers game turned up Wednesday. And the lone witness was more entertaining than informative.
 
Indonesian 'terrorists' spotted in Mindanao
Two suspected Indonesian terrorists blamed for the deadly 2002 Bali bombings are plotting fresh attacks in Mindanao where one was spotted a few days ago, a top security official said Wednesday.
Bigger Clark airport planned
The Manila International Airport Authority will expand the operations of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (formerly Clark International Airport) to enable it to handle more passengers.
 
CA confirms Reyes, Defensor
The Commission on Appointments on Wednesday confirmed the ad interim appointments of the Interior and Local Government Secretary Angelo Reyes, Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Michael Defensor, the Armed Forces chief of staff, Efren Abu, and 57 other military officers in what is believed to be the bicameral body's longest session in memory.
10 killed, 20 wounded in Agusan encounter
BUTUAN CITY - At least 10 people were killed while 20 others were wounded and a civilian was taken hostage by withdrawing communist guerillas who attacked an Army patrol base in the hinterland village of Nueva Gracia in Loreto, Agusan del Sur, some 130 kilometers southeast of this city Wednesday morning, military reports said.
COMELEC cash crunch derails automation of ARMM polls
ZAMBOANGA CITY - The automation of the elections in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao may be derailed after Congress allocated only a little more than a third of the funds the Commission on Elections needs to automate the polls set for August 8.
 
Carriers told to 'plug leaks' in cell phones
The National Telecommunications Commission said on Wednesday it will compel local carriers to strengthen security measures to avert interception of mobile-phone conversations.
 

Only one of the 52 suspected jueteng operators summoned to the House of Representatives' hearing on the illegal numbers game turned up Wednesday. And the lone witness was more entertaining than informative.

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