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DepEd: MOA for P2.4B outdated laptops defective | Evening wRap

Nina Liu
DepEd: MOA for P2.4B outdated laptops defective | Evening wRap
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An official from the Department of Education (DepEd) says the procurement of P2.4-billion worth of “overpriced and outdated” laptops was defective because it happened without the prerequisite documents.

Novaya Gazeta, one of Russia’s few remaining independent news outlets, is stripped of its last media license on Thursday, September 15.

Presidents, prime ministers and monarchs from around the world will travel to London over the weekend to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II and attend a reception at Buckingham Palace to be hosted by King Charles the day before her funeral.

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Nina Liu

Nina Liu is a multimedia producer for Rappler.