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China hits Trump aide for sowing ‘chaos’ in Asia | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:

China accuses United States National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien of fueling tensions in the region.

Leftist leaders and activists challenge security officials to support their claims of red-tagging with ‘credible proof’ that can stand in court, rather than just relying on mere witness statements.

The Philippines aims to come up with P73.2 billion to pay for the COVID-19 vaccinations of 60 million Filipinos.

United States President Donald Trump finally agrees for president-elect Joe Biden’s transition team to proceed, but is not yet conceding.

Former broadcaster Jay Sonza's claim that the Philippines was at the top of a list of the most peaceful countries is false. – Rappler.com