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Philippine capital may go underwater in 10 years, says Greenpeace report

A Greenpeace report says up to 1.54 million people out of the city’s population of 1.78 million will be most affected by rising water levels

Philippines to ease COVID curbs in capital as daily cases decline

President Duterte appealed to the public to "tone down" any religious gatherings and to stay mindful of the current situation

Shrine of Santo Niño in Tondo in Manila to mark ‘feast’...

The “feast” of the Santo Niño in Tondo is known to have the biggest participation in Manila because of the many stories of “miracles”

Manila paints boulevard with rainbow to recognize city’s LGBTQ+ community

Mayor Domagoso said the "rainbow lanes" are Manila's way of recognizing the contribution of the LGBTQ+ community to the city

Manila bishop welcomes gov’t offer of free COVID-19 tests

Free COVID-19 testing will be available for employees of malls, hotels, restaurants, markets, and drivers of public transports

SPOTLIGHT: Church program helps poor meet food needs during pandemic

Program gives more purchasing power to poor families while helping to protect them from COVID-19

Faith-based group urges church people to volunteer as bike marshals in...

It is an opportunity to promote ecological conversion by supporting the campaign for a safe road for cyclists and the commuting public

Philippine capital relaxes quarantine measures even as number of COVID-19 cases...

At least 862 new infections were registered on May 31, according to the Health department, taking the total number of cases to 18,086

Metro Manila mayors proposed easing of lockdown measures

Metro Manila is under "modified enhanced community quarantine." A more relaxed quarantine will allow more businesses to operate.

Philippines records 208 new coronavirus cases

The Philippines' Department of Health reported 208 more cases of new coronavirus in the country on May 17, bringing the total number of coronavirus infections to 12,513.

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