TODAY'S HEADLINES

JESSICA ZAFRA | Drinking too much water can also kill you 26-May-15, 12:37 AM | JESSICA ZAFRA

Mary Jane's kin reject most of alleged recruiters' claims 25-May-15, 8:38 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com

Ayala-Metro Pacific tandem pushes back introduction of common ticket for LRT2 25-May-15, 10:23 PM | Cassandra Lee, InterAksyon.com

Duterte could be liable for links to death squads, says de Lima 25-May-15, 4:53 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com

DepEd clears 1,246 private schools for increased tuition 25-May-15, 9:03 PM | Clara Masinag, InterAksyon.com

PNoy: Mar Roxas on top of list of presidential bets for 2016 elections 25-May-15, 11:50 AM | InterAksyon.com | Roices Naguit, News5 | With a report from PNA (UPDATE3, 6:55 p.m.) President Benigno Aquino III on Monday said Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel 'Mar' Roxas II is on the top of the list of possible presidential candidates in next year's elections.

'WAR IS INEVITABLE' | China state media warns US on South China Sea tensions 25-May-15, 3:48 PM | Reuters A Chinese state-owned newspaper, the 'Global Times', said on Monday that 'war is inevitable' between China and the United States over the South China Sea unless Washington stops demanding Beijing halt the building of artificial islands.

Aquino says 2 NSC clusters enough to tackle West Philippine Sea tensions 25-May-15, 2:38 PM | InterAksyon.com | With Roices Naguit, News5 President Aquino on Monday brushed aside fresh calls to convene the National Security Council, which he hasn't done in five years, saying he will continue to have the legal and security clusters of the advisory body meeting as often as needed amid rising tension in the West Philippine Sea.

Another female OFW sentenced to death, this time in UAE - DFA 25-May-15, 11:00 AM | InterAksyon.com (UPDATE, 11:05 a.m.) Even as the death penalty case of Mary Jane Veloso in Indonesia still hangs in the balance, another female overseas Filipino worker has been sentenced to death, this time by a United Arab Emirates (UAE) court after being convicted of killing her employer last December.

VIDEO | JV: No let-up in P3.8-B license plates probe; more delays seen as COA review pends 25-May-15, 8:27 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com | Video report by Maeanne Los Banos, News5 UPDATE 11:15 P.M.- Senator JV Ejercito vowed to get to the bottom of the controversy regarding the Land Transportation Office's delayed issuance of car license plates, even as Senate probers questioned the capacity of the supplier.

Marcos chides OPAPP for failing to consult stakeholders on BBL 25-May-15, 7:55 PM| Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr., chided the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process for its apparent failure to consult relevant stakeholders in apparent haste to obtain approval of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law.

WHAT'S NEXT IN DISPUTE WITH CHINA? Let's start with assessment of current situation, Part 1 of 3 25-May-15, 10:24 AM| Jose Antonio A. Custodio, Special to InterAksyon.com China continues with the reclamation in disputed reefs, while the Philippines' case at the international tribunal is still pending. What can the Philippines do in the meantime? Security and defense expert Jose Antonio A. Custodio begins with an assessment of the current situation.

MMDA set to conduct West Valley Fault earthquake simulations 25-May-15, 4:39 PM| Clara Masinag, InterAksyon.com Starting this week, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will be conducting community-level exercises involving a simulated 7.2 magnitude earthquake at 72 barangays situated at or near the West Valley Fault.

Philippines more than doubles volume of rice imports subject to lower tariffs 25-May-15, 7:09 AM| Orti Despuez, InterAksyon.com From 350,000 previously, the new MAV would cover 805,200 metric tons of rice.

Gov't completes report on who to blame for record spike in power rates during Malampaya shutdown 25-May-15, 4:08 PM| Michelle Orosa-Ople, News5 The ERC is reviewing the report before making it public.

Malaysia finds 139 graves in 'cruel' jungle trafficking camps 25-May-15, 10:47 PM| Praveen Menon, Reuters Malaysia has found 139 graves, and signs of torture, in more than two dozen squalid human trafficking camps suspected to have been used by gangs smuggling migrants across the border with Thailand, the country's police chief said on Monday.

 
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