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The government has chosen a provisional winner in the selection process for the country's third major telco with the hope of giving better and cheaper cellphone, Internet and other related services.

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Senator Antonio Trillanes returns to the Senate and spends another night in his office after posting bail at the Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 150. The court issued an arrest order and a hold departure order against the senator on Tuesday, September 25 - weeks after the President nullified the amnesty granted to him in 2011.