The hotel-casino presents its security plans and passes a Pagcor inspection, leading to the lifting of the suspension order issued against it after the deadly June 2 attack
The House ends its probe into the deadly attack on the hotel-casino, with findings and recommendations expected to be out by next week
Armeen Gomez tells lawmakers he was named Armenio, but gives a vague explanation before invoking his right against self-incrimination
David Chua, chairman of Travellers International Hotel Group that owns and operates Resorts World, has been subpoenaed to appear on Wednesday, June 21
Testimonies from police officials and hotel security reveal a lack of coordination among those deployed to pursue gunman Jessie Carlos
Resorts World Manila COO Stephen Reilly says this shows 'there [was] a degree of confusion' among security forces on the ground during the attack
Resorts World Manila president Kingson Sian says victims who were hiding – and eventually died of suffocation – likely thought there was more than one gunman
The House committees invite the Resorts World security team who were supposed to man the CCTV surveillance room, but who left their posts during the attack on June 2
Lawmakers want to clip Pagcor's powers to grant licenses to casinos after Resorts World Manila management admitted security lapses in the June 2 incident
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Resorts World also vows to pay P1 million each to the victims' families and P500,000 to those injured during the attack
Stephen Reilly: 'When we played the first videos, I pointed out there should have been security personnel posted on certain points and they were not present'
Police are still trying to identify the lone gunman who attacked Resorts World Manila on June 2
(UPDATED) Management says the cause of deaths is likely suffocation and that protocol dictated security personnel cannot have firearms
It is a stunning fall from grace for Bill O'Reilly, one of the biggest US media names who count President Donald Trump among his personal supporters
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