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The frail but flamboyant 92-year-old matriarch has been the driving force in the family's comeback from exile to the peak of power
As India and Pakistan struggled to cope with soaring temperatures this month, experts warn lack of access to cooling tech will cost lives

Filipinos brace for early onset of rainy season caused by climate...

La Niña, a weather pattern that drives more rains, is in effect, resulting in the increased likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions

America loses its only Trappist brewery, amid competitive beer market

The brewery was launched in 2014 to help provide a new source of revenue for the monks

Prayer that Catholics are asked to say for the Church in...

This year, Pope Francis has asked Catholics to join him in praying for the faithful in China

Philippine ‘truth-tellers’ race against time versus disinformation

“We know the risks, we know the threats, we just can’t allow the fear to erase our works that tell history” - Maria Ceres Doyo

Pandemic creates new billionaires as more countries log higher poverty rates

573 people became new billionaires during the pandemic, at the rate of one every 30 hours

Displaced residents of Marawi settle in new homes as UN’s rebuilding...

On May 30, the UN-Habitat will wrap up its Marawi Resettlement Site projects in the devastated city

Extreme temperatures compound poverty in Pakistan’s hottest city

People in Jacobabad live in acute poverty, with water shortages and power cuts compromising their ability to beat the heat

Sri Lanka’s Tamils struggle even in honoring their missing, dead on...

Every year, on May 18, Sri Lankan Tamils mark Mullaivaikkal Memorial Day commemorating those who died in the civil war that ended in 2009

Child’s tooth in Laos could offer clues to ancient human relative

Researchers believe the discovery proves that Denisovans -- a now-extinct branch of humanity -- lived in the warm tropics of southeast Asia

Philippines’ outgoing vice president gives new face to volunteer movement

Supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo said they will continue to be part of her initiatives to help communities in the peripheries

Photos: Leni Robredo thanks supporters for sacrifice

Hundreds of supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo hold a Thanksgiving Rally inside the Ateneo de Manila University on May 13, 2022

Pariah to president: Marcos returns family to Philippines supremacy

Despite his own father's concerns about his "carefree and lazy" nature, Marcos Jr, 64, made it to the ultimate post

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