Children of Marawi refugees in Iligan line up for their Mingo meals*
The Bank of the Philippine Islands shut down online transactions and cash machines yesterday after money went missing from accounts, triggering fears it had been hacked even as company officials said it was an internal computer error.
At 10:30 last night BPI announced that it had rectified the mis-postings related to its internal systems problem and access to ATMs had also been restored.
2 life terms for drugs
BY CARLA GOMEZ
A 23-year-old man nabbed in Bacolod City for the sale and possession of shabu two years ago was sentenced yesterday to life imprisonment on two counts.
Executive Judge Raymond Joseph Javier, Bacolod Regional Trial Court Branch 52, found Abdul Rahim Malawi Tocalo guilty beyond reasonable doubt for the sale of 1.407 grams of shabu for P1,000 in a buy bust operation, in violation of Section 5, Article II of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002.
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More Marawi evacuees
arrive in Dumaguete
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE
More evacuees arrived in Dumaguete City from Marawi City yesterday on board an inter-island vessel, with no plans of going back to the troubled zone.
Twenty-two of the evacuees will be hosted by the family of Connie Rashid in Barangay Bajumpandan, whose son, Kag Ismail Rashid, is expected to sign an undertaking along with barangay captain Orlando Enquig.