• Ondoy victims seek relocation
    Victims of storm Ondoy from Bgy. Silangan in Quezon City protest in front of the Quezon City Hall on Friday. The group urged Mayor Herbert Bautista to give them a permanent relocation place after they were threatened again by floods last week.

  • Obando landfill under fire
    Environmentalists march on Friday to express their grief over a ruling allowing the resumption of operations of the Obando sanitary landfill. The group said the landfill's operation affects not only the town but also nearby municipalities and Manila Bay.

  • March for LGBT rights
    Students and rights groups parade a rainbow streamer during a Pride March at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City on Friday. The march seeks to promote the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.

  • No four-day workweek here
    A construction worker pauses from work at a road construction site in Manila on Friday. Despite the 4-day workweek for government offices approved by the Civil Service Commission, workers in most government infrastructure projects will not be affected because the projects are subcontracted to private companies.

  • SEALs show capabilities
    A member of the Philippine Navy SEALs participates in a capability demonstration on Friday at the navy's headquarters in Sangley Point in Cavite. The navy's elite unit is known for its demanding training program aimed at preparing SEALs for counter-terror operations.

La Salle forces do-or-die vs FEU

MANILA, – Jeron Teng scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half to lead defending champion De La Salle University (DLSU) past Far Eastern University (FEU) on Saturday and forge a do-or-die battle in the Final Four of the UAAP men’s basketball.
La Salle forces do-or-die vs FEU

PNoy recalls 'Frozen' moments in Boston

BOSTON – A blizzard of winter memories swirled around President Benigno Aquino III as he stepped foot inside the house that he left 31 years ago.
PNoy recalls 'Frozen' moments in Boston

30 DAP projects worth P29. 6 billion in limbo

When the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) was conceptualized, Budget Secretary Abad said, its main purpose was to “speed up public expenditure and catalyze economic growth.”
30 DAP projects worth P29. 6 billion in limbo

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PH may help US fight Islamic State

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines and the United States are discussing the details of possible assistance that Manila can provide in fighting the extremist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) that is reportedly recruiting members in this country, Malacañang said yesterday.
Posted 23 hours ago

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Why Philippines is on track in shift to e-payments

SINGAPORE - The Philippines is on the right track to becoming more digitized in its financial transactions, the president of MasterCard in Southeast Asia, Matthew Driver, said on Thursday.
Posted 54 min ago

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Gilas loses 'must-win' game to South Korea

MANILA (2nd UPDATE) – Gilas Pilipinas lost their do-or-die game against the accurate-shooting South Koreans in the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea on Saturday.
Posted 18 hours ago

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LTFRB slaps 30-day suspension on Victory Liner buses

MANILA - The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has suspended for 30 days 16 buses of Victory Liner after a unit figured in a fatal road accident.
Posted 18 hours ago


Ex-town mayor of Misamis Oriental stabbed dead

MANILA - A former mayor of Claveria town in Misamis Oriental was stabbed dead in Cagayan de Oro City, police said.


US-led strikes hit IS oil targets as coalition grows

LONDON - Three more European countries on Friday promised warplanes to join the US-led air armada battering Islamic State targets in Iraq, as coalition forces seek to destroy the jihadists' oil business.  

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Canadian nabbed with 51 turtles in his pants

OTTAWA - A Canadian has been caught at the US-Canada border with 51 live turtles stuffed in his pants in what American authorities claimed was an elaborate reptile smuggling operation.

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SOCO: Corpses of father, daughter found in Bulacan woods

ANGAT, BULACAN - Roy Villarama was worried. On the morning of July 24, 2014, his wife Michel left home early to work at her parents' farm in Barangay Niyugan. It was already past 7:00 p.m. and she had not come back.

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