Candidates’ ads on Facebook have so far remained small relative to their total ad spending. The popular social media platform’s ad monitoring tool does not include payments to influencers tapped to endorse candidates, however. 

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As tension increases in the South China Sea and the drafting of the Asean-China Code of Conduct goes ‘nowhere,’ half of Asean’s 10 member-states should unite and craft a framework that will manage tensions in the disputed waters, analysts say.

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It underscores the difficulty of monitoring campaign spending on the internet, which campaign finance reform advocates said would become a big challenge in the 2022 elections. 

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IBP President Burt Estrada, who assumed his post in July 2021, speaks to the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism about digitalizing lawyers’ registration and providing them medical insurance and loans. He breaks down the organization’s stand on national issues and its role in the 2022 elections.

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The transition to clean energy is pressuring mineral-rich countries like the Philippines and nickel mines like Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corp. to dig even more.

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As tension increases in the South China Sea and the drafting of the Asean-China Code of Conduct goes ‘nowhere,’ half of Asean’s 10 member-states should unite and craft a framework that will manage tensions in the disputed waters, analysts say.

It underscores the difficulty of monitoring campaign spending on the internet, which campaign finance reform advocates said would become a big challenge in the 2022 elections. 

IBP President Burt Estrada, who assumed his post in July 2021, speaks to the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism about digitalizing lawyers’ registration and providing them medical insurance and loans. He breaks down the organization’s stand on national issues and its role in the 2022 elections.

The transition to clean energy is pressuring mineral-rich countries like the Philippines and nickel mines like Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corp. to dig even more.

What was once a natural source of water has become a place that Palaweños stay away from. Residents worry that a nickel mine’s plan to expand would contaminate other waterways.