Thursday, June 02, 2005

Inquirer Stories


OFW gets death for slay of Pakistani taxi driver
Gov't sees peace at hand in Mindanao after meet
P1.1-B gov't education aid released
Sandigan orders detention of Garcia at Camp Crame
Meralco seeks rate hike of P0.1476/kWh
Cooperate in probe, bishop urges President
Lomibao admits PNP can't stop 'jueteng'
More firms willing to fight corruption


Negros Oriental allots P1M for scholarship grants
Governor threatens to shoot vice governor in Zambales
Baguio council ethics members implicated in several scams
Doctors stop working in gov't hospitals
Kids will no longer clean schools, says DepEd
12 colleges in Ilocos hike fees by up to 57%
Tarlac vice mayor, scribe feud over jueteng turns ugly
Wind blows three-way in Albay cave
P6M worth of lumber seized
Greenpeace reports toxic emissions
Vietnamese poachers get 6-month prison term
Palparan: Deaths small sacrifices


Musharraf says Pakistan to deport top Al-Qaeda suspect to US
Wife of detained journalist asked HK's Tsang to intervene
Nepalese climber scales Mount Everest for record 15th time
Chinese dissidents harassed, ordered out of Beijing
Indonesia condemns embassy staff intimidation in Australia
Thai court acquits four JI suspects on weak evidence

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