Duterte warns of Facebook shutdown in the Philippines | Evening wRap

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President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to stop Facebook in the Philippines, after it took down a network linked to the police and the military.

Metro Manila will remain under general community quarantine or GCQ until October 31, and more updates from Cebu City, Baguio, and Batanes.

The World Bank on Tuesday, September 29, says the Philippines’s economic recovery will be much slower than other countries in East Asia and the Pacific.

The House Minority bloc demands the head of Presidential Communications Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy over her ‘relentless’ and ‘malicious’ red-tagging of progressive Makabayan lawmakers.

Several posts allege 0% to 2% service fees will be charged for GCash transactions using Send Money. Posts also claim there will be a P84 to P125 charge for all bank transfers and fees will be deducted from the receiver. These claims are FALSE. – Rappler.com