• Playing among the dead
    Children who live inside the cemetery play among the graves at a public cemetery in Manila on Friday. Millions across the Philippines will visit cemeteries to pay their respects to their dead, in an annual tradition in this predominantly Catholic nation.

  • Halloween in Tacloban
    Members of the All Hands Volunteers group take a break from their work and dress in scary outfits as they visit a bar on Halloween on Friday in Tacloban City. The young volunteers from the United States have been helping in post-Yolanda Leyte since early this year.

  • Yolanda survivors remember dead kin
    Relatives of some who perished during typhoon Yolanda in November last year float candles and flowers in remembrance of their departed loved ones on the eve of All Saints' Day at Mahusay Beach in San Jose, Tacloban City on Friday.

  • PNoy checks holiday travelers
    President Aquino greets departing passengers during an inspection of security arrangements and facilities at the North Port Passenger Terminal Complex at Manila North Harbor on Friday. Filipinos trooped to their home provinces ahead of All Saints' Day.

  • Visiting the departed
    A boy is dwarfed by a stack of graves as he visits the Navotas municipal cemetery on Friday. Relatives started visiting their departed loved ones across cemeteries nationwide to avoid the usual rush of people on All Saints' Day on Saturday.

Binay bought seaside property in Aurora: Mercado

MANILA - Aside from his property in Batangas, Vice President Jejomar Binay also bought seaside property in Dingalan, Aurora when he was still mayor of Makati, his former ally said Friday.
Binay bought seaside property in Aurora: Mercado

Binay cries foul over daughter's inclusion in Senate probe

MANILA - Vice President Jejomar Binay on Friday cried foul over the inclusion of his youngest daughter in the investigation being conducted by the Senate blue ribbon sub-committee.
Binay cries foul over daughter's inclusion in Senate probe

Ombudsman urged: Probe 'gifts' to Purisima

MANILA - The Senate committee on public order is urging the Office of the Ombudsman to look further into corruption allegations against Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Alan Purisima, including the supposed favors he received while in position and the disparity between his income and the properties he listed in his wealth statement.
Ombudsman urged: Probe 'gifts' to Purisima

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Nov 1 deportation for Sueselbeck

MANILA - The German fiance of slain transgender Jennifer Laude will leave the country tomorrow after his request for voluntary deportation was granted by the Bureau of Immigration.
Posted 21 hours ago

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Sarah, Piolo to be paired in Valentine's movie

Pop star Sarah Geronimo and primetime heartthrob Piolo Pascual will be paired on the big screen for the first time via a Valentine's Day offering next year, according to the actor.
Posted 10 hours ago

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Alaska blasts Meralco with 41-point blowout

MANILA, Philippines – Alaska truly looked frightening on Halloween night as it dealt Meralco with a humiliating 41-point blowout at the PBA Philippine Cup on Friday.
Posted 17 hours ago

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Passenger bus catches fire along EDSA

MANILA – A passenger bus from Baclaran caught fire on the northbound lane of EDSA in Pasay City on Saturday morning.
Posted 3 hours ago

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Why Pinoy priest wants to stay in Ebola-hit Sierra Leone

Will you choose your own safety over others? For this Pinoy priest in Sierra Leone, the answer is a resounding "no."
Posted 19 hours ago

Issued at 5:00 a.m., 1 November 2014

At 4:00 AM today, Tropical Storm "PAENG" was estimated based on all available data at 1,102 km east of legazpi city (13.1°n, 133.9°e), with maximum sustained winds of 75 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 90 kph. It is forecast to move west northwest at 15 kph. Northeast Monsoon affecting Northern Luzon.


WATCH: NPA shows 2 abducted soldiers anew

The communist New People's Army (NPA) has released another video of two government soldiers the rebels abducted two months ago.


WHO revises Ebola toll

GENEVA - The World Health Organization Friday revised its figures showing more people killed by the deadly Ebola virus, but the number of cases of the disease was slightly lower.

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'Plastic' Halloween skulls found in Connecticut are human remains

MILFORD, Connecticut - A pair of Connecticut junk haulers was stunned to learn on Friday that two skulls picked up at the cluttered home of a deceased man on the day before Halloween were human remains, not made of plastic as they had thought.

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Man accused of killing wife in Mandaluyong home

Rodelo 'Rudy' Ramirez and his wife, Maria Luisa, met in 2000. At that time, they already had children from their previous partners, but it didn't stop them from nurturing their own relationship.

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