Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte reacts strongly to Vice President Leni Robredo’s remarks about the COVID-19 surge in Davao City. She says Monday, June 14, the remarks are an ‘attack’ on her mayorship and the city’s medical community.
The 1Sambayan coalition defends its list of nominees to serve as the opposition’s presidential and vice presidential candidates in the 2022 elections. It says Sunday, June 13, it had ‘no expectations of firm decisions’ just yet from politicians who were named.
The curfew in Metro Manila will be from midnight to 4 am starting Tuesday, June 15. MMDA Chairman Benhur Abalos says Monday, June 14, all NCR mayors agreed to ease curfew hours.
A sex-crazed ‘aswang’ in a learning module horrifies lawmakers on Monday, June 14, as they investigated errors in billions of pesos worth of student readings.
US President Joe Biden says Britain’s Queen Elizabeth reminds him of his mother. The two heads of state had tea at Windsor Castle on Sunday, June 13, after the leaders of the Group of Seven nations held a three-day summit. – Rappler.com