NEWS: PALACE JUSTIFIES DELAY IN BURIAL OF ‘YOLANDA’ VICTIMS
Malacañang on Thursday attributed the delay in burying some 1,400 bodies of Typhoon Yolanda victims in Tacloban City to the complicated process of identifying them. Quoting a statement from Rehabilitation Czar Panfilo Lacson, Presidential Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said … Read more »
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