TODAY'S HEADLINES

IS terror could 'spillover' to PH unless Mindanao conflict solved, security exec warns 05-Mar-15, 1:41 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com

Your share of the national debt in January: P62,290 05-Mar-15, 3:12 PM | Rain Castro, InterAksyon.com

Angara: BBL's P75B not a big deal, considering ARMM's P62B 05-Mar-15, 3:33 PM | Lira Fernandez, InterAksyon.com

BOI report on Mamasapano out Friday or Monday 'at the latest' - Roxas 05-Mar-15, 12:46 PM | Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com

Disease begins stalking Maguindanao evacuees 05-Mar-15, 9:18 AM | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com Worries over the plight of civilians displaced by the continuing 'all-out' military offensive against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Maguindanao increased after health officials in the province monitored diseases in evacuation centers.

REVIEW | Full text and frequently asked questions about the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law 05-Mar-15, 10:26 AM | InterAksyon.com In the wake of the Mamasapano incident, the Mindanao peace process again hangs in the balance. Crucial to the process is the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law, which Congress now seeks to amend before passage. To help inform the ongoing debates we invite everyone to review the measure.

IS terror could 'spillover' to PH unless Mindanao conflict solved, security exec warns 05-Mar-15, 1:41 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Unless the internal conflict in Mindanao ends, the country could see a spillover of violence from followers of the Islamic State, a ranking security official warned on Thursday.

KASI DOON MAY PERA KAHIT MAY GYERA | 4,000 Filipinos still in Libya despite growing danger 05-Mar-15, 7:55 PM | Agence France-Presse Around 4,000 Filipinos remain in Libya despite the North African country's perilous security situation, staying put for higher salaries in spite of the risks presented by rival armed groups to migrant workers, the Philippines said Thursday.

NEGOTIATE ANEW? | Miriam wants BBL scrapped, talks reopened 05-Mar-15, 5:38 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Senator Santiago says it is better to rework the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law now rather than for its constitutional infirmities to reach the Supreme Court to be ruled on with finality.

PA'NO SI GMA, OTHER AGING DETAINEES? | Miriam nixes JPE house arrest, which he doesn't like, either 05-Mar-15, 6:08 PM| InterAksyon.com with reports from Jove Francisco, News5 Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile's arch-nemesis on Thursday opposed mounting calls to have the 91-year-old lawmaker placed under house arrest, which Enrile also does not like.

Australian accused of sexually assaulting Filipino babies, children faces criminal raps 05-Mar-15, 7:24 PM| Agence France-Presse Philippine prosecutors said Thursday they would file human trafficking, statutory rape and murder charges against an Australian man who allegedly sexually assaulted babies and children as part of a booming cyber-sex trade.

5 YEARS OLD PA LANG MAGALING NA | Unbeaten Mayweather 'biggest challenge of my life' - Pacman coach 05-Mar-15, 9:06 PM| Daniel Hicks, Agence France-Presse "Floyd's undefeated. He's talented, He's unique. Here's a guy I first saw when he was five years old in the gym. And he was a good fighter then," Freddie Roach said.

BOI report on Mamasapano out Friday or Monday 'at the latest' - Roxas 05-Mar-15, 12:46 PM| Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com The report of the PNP board of inquiry on the January 25 Mamasapano incident will be released Friday or Monday 'at the latest,' Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II said.

GOOD NEWS | WHO names Fabella Hospital a Western Pacific 'role mode' for newborn care 05-Mar-15, 8:59 AM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com The government-run Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Sta. Cruz, Manila has been recognized as a role mode of the World Health Organization-Western Pacific Region Office for its essential newborn care programs, which have been proven to reduce infant morbidity and mortality.

LONG OVERDUE | HRW welcomes murder raps vs ex-Tagum mayor but says more needs to be done 05-Mar-15, 8:04 AM| InterAksyon.com The murder charges filed against former Tagum City mayor Rey Uy and 28 other persons for allegedly operating a 'death squad' are 'a long-overdue blow against the country's epidemic of unsolved extrajudicial killings,' but 'there's more to be done,' a human rights watchdog said Thursday.

 
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