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HOAX: Angat Buhay houses in Marawi have no water and power supply

(UPDATED) Photos sent to Rappler by the program's lead coordinator show that there is both water and power supply

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HOAX: Angat Buhay houses in Marawi have no water and power supply

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HOAX: 'New MRT3 trains from Japan' besides Dalian trains

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HOAX: Trump ‘supports’ Sara Duterte for ‘2022 presidential run’

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MISLEADING: Photo of Duterte 'monitoring' Typhoon Rosita

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HOAX: ‘Yolanda rehabilitation funds used by dilawans - UN’

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HOAX: Photo of Marawi housing projects

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