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Jose Calida resigns as chairperson of the Commission on Audit. Meantime, lawyer and former blogger Trixie Cruz-Angeles, head of Malacañang’s press and communications office, is also out.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. receives flak for his trip to Singapore to watch the Formula 1 race Sunday, October 2.
Radio broadcaster Percival Mabasa, or Percy Lapid, was shot dead in Las Piñas City. Mabasa was gunned down at around 8:30 pm on Monday night, October 3 along Aria Street, Barangay Talon Dos.
Nuclear-armed North Korea fires a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time in five years. The Japanese government warns citizens Tuesday, October 4, to take cover as the missile flew past its territory before falling into the Pacific Ocean.
Two powerful allies of Russian President Vladimir Putin publicly ridicule Russia’s top generals. This comes after Russian forces withdrew from a strategically important town in eastern Ukraine.
Dozens of Indonesian police are under investigation over a stampede at a football match that killed 125 people.
YG Entertainment says it will sue those responsible for distributing personal images of BLACKPINK member Jennie. — Rappler.com
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