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The Cory Aquino administration decided not to open the $2.3-billion project due to safety and corruption concerns. A court ruling in 2012 also ordered the project broker to return $50 million in ill-gotten wealth.
The women whose graduation photos are used are not the subjects of the news report embedded in the blog post. They also deny being raped.
Paolo Duterte has indeed posted a list containing names involved in an alleged ouster plot against the President but Defense Secretary Lorenzana has since dismissed it as 'fake news'
The post also claims that the Vice President said there are only a few Duterte supporters left, but there are no records of her saying this
In his screenshot, maritime law expert Jay Batongbacal also uses a layer from the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suit which captures satellite images on Earth in real time
Vice President Leni Robredo never said the water crisis could be solved by widening water pipes
The World Bank approved a loan for Yolanda victims in 2013 but the Aquino administration did not hide this information
The decommissioning process first starts in 2015 as part of the agreement between the MILF and the Philippine government
There is no evidence that Einstein took an IQ test, and if Hawking did, he did not publicize his results
Overseas Filipino workers do not receive cash at the airport upon their departure and arrival
Local and international news outlets reported about China using water cannons to drive away Filipino fishermen from Panatag Shoal in 2014
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority show that the number of overseas Filipino workers rose even before 1986
The former health secretary said they spotted fraudulent schemes way back in 2006. Hontiveros was not yet part of PhilHealth then
Panelo does not say that in any of his press briefings and interviews after the sinking incident. However, after President Duterte downplays what happened as a 'maritime incident,' Panelo shifts gears.
Duterte's shutdown order against Kapa still stands
The alleged slipper company 'You Foot' is non-existent. The Department of Trade and Industry and Securities and Exchange Commission do not have a record of the company.
It's not true that Bayan and Gabriela released a statement about Kapa or the alleged protests against its shutdown
While the figures used are based on a published article, the infographic itself does not come from Rappler
The record for most children delivered at a single birth to survive is held by Nadya Suleman, who gave birth to 8 babies in 2009
(UPDATED) The veteran actor died after sustaining a fracture on his cervical spine
It's a manipulated photo. A Google reverse image search yields a photo of Trump instead holding a signed executive order on the US' withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
The Venezuelan government has replaced the devalued Bolivar Fuerte with Bolivar Soberano, not microchips
The photos are miscaptioned – they were actually taken during the shooting of ABS-CBN's 'Ang Probinsyano'
COA only flags the administration for an undrawn 99.6% of foreign aid
The Presidential Electoral Tribunal has not made any confirmation or pronouncement on supposed cheating in the 2016 polls
Communist rebels claimed responsibility for bombing the statue in 2002
The photo is actually a 15-year-old photo from AFP of Chinese police officers escorting a group of hardcore convicts at a sentencing rally in Wenzhou, China on April 7, 2004
Sr Mary John Mananzan has been a staunch critic of the Duterte administration, but she hasn't called for the ouster of Duterte and his replacement by Robredo
The photo is a manipulated version of Pinoyweekly's 2015 photo showing Kabataan Representative Sarah Elago and other members of the party protesting tuition hikes
GMA Network disputes the claim and says that veteran broadcast journalist Jessica Soho remains with them
Election results data show that Gutoc received votes in all clustered precincts in Mandaluyong City
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines says the claim is 'fake news and propaganda'
The Philippines signed the Basel Convention on March 22, 1989 and the treaty was ratified by Congress in October 1993
This is a rehashed claim. BDO certified that the bank account number indicated in the check does not exist and that San Miguel has no bank account in its Tandang Sora branch.
The death penalty in the Philippines was abolished in 2006. The bill seeking to reimpose the death penalty is still pending in the Senate.
(UPDATED) The claim is rehashed. It has been proven that the woman in the photo is not Abigail Valte, but Jo Christine Napoles, the daughter of alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles.
The claim originated from a website that's known for spreading misleading information
Under a Comelec resolution, 10 accredited major national parties will receive copies of election returns. The Liberal Party is among these parties.
The Gorriceta camp says they abide by the 'honorable agreement' they made to support Biron
Amado 'Pogi' Espino III and Jumel Espino remain as candidates in Pangasinan
Rappler sought the comment of Comelec Spokesperson James Jimenez about this matter. Jimenez said the claim is "fake news"
There are VCMs deployed in Singapore, but only Comelec-designated officials are allowed to feed ballots into the counting machines
Exequiel Javier says there is 'no truth' to the claim being spread online that he has withdrawn his candidacy for Antique congressman
(UPDATED) The ballot used in the video does not have a QR code, which official ballots have. Further, the vote counting machines can only read opaque marks, not UV marks.
The Philippines is one of 14 countries in Asia that have abolished the death penalty
The video in the Facebook post is CNN’s 2014 report about Typhoon Ruby that year
Labor groups are calling out President Duterte not because contractualization exists, but because he failed to deliver on his promise to end it in one week
Human rights lawyer Theodore Te says, Panelo is 'basically admitting there is no basis for the matrix' implicating journalists and lawyers 'because they can't even come up with a prima facie case'
(UPDATED) A quick search shows that various news groups in the Philippines wrote about Marawi's temporary shelters