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Reymund D. Titong

Reymund D. Titong is 21, a student leader at the Central Philippines State University main campus in Kabankalan City.

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Reymund D. Titong is 21, a student leader at the Central Philippines State University main campus in Kabankalan City.

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Heat, Lakers, one win away from NBA Finals

The Miami Heat edge closer to the NBA Finals after defeating the Denver Nuggets 112-109.

UNESCO: Cases related to Ampatuan massacre will remain “ongoing/unresolved”

BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines - The United Nations Economic, Social and Cultural Office (UNESCO) has assured journalist and civil society groups that the cases related to Ampatuan massacre will be maintained as "ongoing/unresolved" in the UNESCO Observatory of killed journalists as well as in the upcoming "Director-General's Report on Safety of Journalists and the Danger of Impunity."

PlayStation and Chill: A Gamer’s Life

For some gamers, gaming affords them the opportunity at role-playing, at being World War 1 soldier assigned in the trenches in Africa, for instance, or a Paladin beating the hell out of Baal, or a mercenary on a rescue mission.

DNX, iFM initiate COVID data project

Top news and music station iFM of the Radyo Mindanao Network and pioneer digital-first newspaper Digital News Exchange or DNX have teamed up for a first-ever data journalism project that seeks to make sense of the figures related to CoViD in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental province.

From sidewalk to digital highway: How a street vendor went online and helped his fellow transients

Amelia Street in Bacolod City used to be like the Wild West in the post-Marcos era.

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