MB Daily News Update

Published November 25, 2021, 7:30 AM

by Manila Bulletin

Malacanang maintains that the International Criminal Court (ICC) no longer has jurisdiction over the Philippines, specifically the drug war being waged by the Duterte administration.

In a development that could further boost confidence in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines, the Food and Drug administration reported that there have only been 580 reports of children experiencing adverse reaction after inoculation – and that most of these were mild.

Popular shopping membership S&R reported to the National Privacy Commission (NPC) that the records of 22,000 of its members may have been compromised in a recent cyber attack.

These are among the top stories this Thursday morning, November 25, 2021.


RED WEDNESDAY – The facade of Sto. Domingo Church on Quezon Avenue in Quezon City is lit up in bright red Wednesday night, November 24, 2021, as Catholic churches marked Red Wednesday, which is a campaign of Aid to the Church in Need (CAN) to pay tribute to persecuted Christians and the suffering of the church. (Noel B. Pabalate)
 
 
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