• Hot summer day in the metropolis
    A young girl combs her hair after a dip in Manila Bay on Friday. Manila residents tried to find comfort in various ways as temperature soared to 35.9 degrees Celsius, making it the hottest day on record in the metropolis so far this year, according to weather bureau PAGASA.

  • China builds airstrip in the Spratlys
    A satellite image provided by DigitalGlobe and released by the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative department at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSSI) shows what is believed to be an under-construction Chinese airstrip at Fiery Cross Reef (Kagitingan Reef) in the Spratly Islands in the disputed West Philippine Sea.

  • Canada told to take back its waste
    Members of various environmental groups band together to call on Canada to take back its waste in a gathering in Quezon City on Friday. The groups decried shipments of garbage from Canada that have been languishing at a Philippine port for more than a year now.

  • New classrooms built under private-public partnership
    President Aquino, accompanied by Education Secretray Armin Luistro (2nd right), inspects the facilities of a classroom building built under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) during the ceremonial turnover on Friday at the Malolos Integrated School in Barangay Sto. Rosario, Malolos, Bulacan on Friday.

  • Protest against China reclamation
    Members of Bayan Muna hold a picket in front of Chinese consulate in Makati on Friday April 17 to protest against China's reclamation activities in Panganiban Reef, part of the disputed areas in the West Philippine Sea. Recent satellite pictures showed the Chinese constructing facilities in the area.

AFP has more proof of 'aggressive' China reclamation

MANILA - The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) has more proof of the “aggressive” Chinese reclamation in the disputed areas in the South China Sea, a move that it said should worry not just claimant-states but the entire world.
AFP has more proof of 'aggressive' China reclamation

US-PH wargames to start under China's shadow

MANILA -- Thousands of American and Filipino soldiers on Monday will kick off expanded wargames, showcasing a deepening defense alliance as alarm bells ring over China.
US-PH wargames to start under China's shadow

Bar ban for US troops in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines - The US Pacific Command has banned its troops in the Philippines from bars and nightclubs, a spokesman said Saturday, with the trial under way of a US Marine accused of murdering a transgender Filipina he met in a bar.
Bar ban for US troops in Philippines


'Stem cell doc' faces estafa, illegal practice of medicine

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Erap's b-day wish: Grant house arrest for GMA

MANILA - On his birthday, Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada said he wishes that former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo would be granted house arrest.
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LOOK: James, Kris greet Bimby on birthday

Proud parents Kris Aquino and James Yap took to Instagram to share to their followers how much they treasure their son, Bimby, who is celebrating his 8th birthday on Sunday.
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Paul Lee loses tooth as Rain or Shine wins

Paul Lee may have lost a front tooth but Rain or Shine still managed to eke out a 109-97 win against Talk 'N Text to take Game 3 and a crucial 2-1 lead at the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals on Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum.
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Hotter days ahead, warns PAGASA

State weather bureau PAGASA warns of hotter days ahead after the temperature in Metro Manila reached 36.2°C on Saturday – the highest recorded so far in 2015.
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Plight of Pinay on death row raised to UN

MANILA -- The plight of Mary Jane Veloso, the Filipina who is on death row in Indonesia for drug trafficking, has been raised to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).  
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Milk tea poisoning victim laid to rest

MANILA - Suzaine Dagohoy, the woman who died after drinking poisoned milk tea in Manila, has been laid to rest.


700 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean shipwreck

Seven hundred people are feared to have drowned when a fishing boat smuggling migrants to Europe capsized off Libya, the UN's refugee agency said Sunday, in what could be the deadliest Mediterranean migrant disaster yet.

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Bosnia claims second world's largest stew

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Hercegovina - A dozen Bosnian chefs claimed Friday they set a new record for the world's largest stew, outperforming their fellow countrymen's 2014 achievement.

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