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    “Letting emotion get into it isn't part of my game. Letting animosity or a rivalry come into it, that's all for the show.”
    —Michael Chandler

    “When language fails, violence becomes a language; I never had that feeling.”

    —Elie Wiesel

    Malacañang on Sunday urged residents near the vicinity of Taal Volcano to remain vigilant after its latest activity triggered Alert Level 3 status. In a press statement, acting presidential spokesperson Martin Andanar said the executive department is “closely monitoring” the situation in areas near Taal Volcano.

    The Alert Level 3 (magmatic unrest) still prevails over Taal Volcano after the phreatomagmatic eruption of the main crater on Saturday morning and subsequent twin phreatomagmatic events early Sunday morning.

    Malacañang on Saturday guaranteed that the government would double its efforts to address hunger incidence in the country. This, after the Social Weather Stations (SWS), in its Dec. 12 to 16, 2021 survey, found that 11.8 percent of Filipino families or an estimated three million experienced “involuntary” hunger from October to December 2021 due to lack of food.