"BBL economic provisions just enough", says GPH peace panel member

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MANILA, Aug. 28 — The Government of the Philippines (GPH) peace panel defended the forrmula for the annual financial grant for the proposed Bangsamoro government mandated by the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).

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Japan mulls troop dispatch to EU international missions for 1st time

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TOKYO, March 4 — Japan is considering sending Self-Defense Forces personnel for the first time to international missions of European Union troops, with an eye to doing so under an envisioned permanent law on the SDF dispatches overseas, a Japanese government source said Tuesday.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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(Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan

October 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on (Roundup) Death toll rises to 48 as rescue missions continue on volatile volcano in Japan 

TOKYO, Oct. 1 — Search and rescue workers comprising more than 1,000 police officers, firefighters and Self-Defense Forces personnel on Wednesday resumed works as well as recovery operations from Mount Ontake in central Japan, following a deadly eruption Saturday that took hundreds of hikers by surprise and left 48 people dead, said local media.

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