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As health crisis continued evidence suggests systems of control were reinforced, says report
The focus of the research will be the impact of quarry operations on the environment and communities in the province
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Cambodians consider life after death for comrade Duch

Notorious former director of Khmer Rouge prison converted to Christianity and sought forgiveness for his crimes against humanity

New Delhi’s poisonous air a perennial crisis of its own making

For a sprawling metropolis of 18 million, there are only 40 field staff to enforce environment standards

Green groups decry mining operations in typhoon-hit areas in northern Philippines

Fuel tankers escorted by at least 30 policemen and 50 private security personnel overran a barricade set up by the people of Kasibu town

Pope Francis remembers fellow Argentine Maradona affectionately, praying for him

Maradona met the pope several times at the Vatican after Pope Francis was elected in 2013

Child rights group welcomes approval of bill raising age of statutory...

The House of Representatives passed on second reading a bill that will amend the law on the protection of children against abuse

Catholic bishop of Baguio, Bishop Victor Bendico, ‘red-tagged’

The Diocese of Baguio condemned the social media post, saying the prelate has never supported any “right-wing of left-wing group”

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