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Diaz took top billing in an ecstatic nation's newspapers above reports on a major speech by her president
Activists from various political persuasions march in Manila on July 26 as President Duterte delivers his last State of the Nation Address

‘My Amanda’ at ang posibilidad ng buhay

Maraming posibilidad ang buhay at huwag nating hayaang nakakandado ang mga utak natin sa mga bagay o gawi na "pinaniniwalaan"

She overcame adversity with faith and is heading to the Paralympics...

In the world event, the young athlete will represent Argentina, entrusting herself to God and wearing a "bracelet with a cross”

Photos: Priests in Borongan diocese hold ‘penitential walk’ for end to...

Priests in the Diocese of Borongan hold a three-kilometer “penitential walk” on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, to pray for an end to the pandemic

Photos: Muslim Filipinos mark ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ amid pandemic

Despite threats of infections from COVID-19, Filipino Muslims offered prayers as they mark the Islamic "Festival of the Sacrifice"

SOS: Stranded and shattered seafarers threaten global supply lines

About 100,000 seafarers are stranded at sea beyond their regular stints of typically 3-9 months

Photos: ‘Bakwit’ children finish school far from home

The children of the “Bakwit” School finished Grade 12 on July 17, 2021, at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City

Photos: Pope Francis reappears after surgery on hospital balcony

Pope Francis appeared in public on Sunday for the first time since undergoing intestinal surgery a week ago

Mommy issues

Sana, sa nangyaring pandemya ay matauhan na ang marami sa atin .... Huwag na tayong magpadala pa sa mabubulaklak na salita ng mga kandidato

Five years after South China Sea ruling, China’s presence around Philippines...

The government has done little to press its claim under Duterte, who has said the relationship with China is part of his foreign policy

Photos: Families of victims of Philippines’ ‘war on drugs’ pick up...

Expired burial contracts mean that the remains would be dug up and thrown into a common pit for poor and forgotten people

Two popes, same hospital, different styles of medical privacy

The late Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis have different styles of dealing with health, privacy and communication

Spotlight: A nun’s trip to a devastated Indonesian island

Taking her mission to the fringe of Asia, Sr. Laurentina SDP took a 17-hour journey to witness the suffering of the islanders

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