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Two killed in Philippines air crash, another plane missing
An investigation to determine the cause of the "mishap" is under way, air force spokesperson Colonel Consuelo Castillo told reporters
Philippines’ feast of Child Jesus a reminder of the gift of...
Human life should be seen not just as a fundamental human right but as a gift from the Creator
If not videoed, ‘destroyed’ contraband can be recycled
Something’s missing in the picture. What happened to the onions?
China, Philippines vow ‘friendly’ handling of maritime spats
Marcos and Xi Jinping both called for "friendly consultation to appropriately resolve maritime issues" at a meeting on Wednesday
Philippines, China move to avoid ‘miscalculation’ in disputed sea
The deal will be signed next week during President Marcos's visit to Beijing where he will meet with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping
Photos: Filipinos get ready to greet New Year with fireworks
Although a total firecracker ban might be an ideal solution to prevent injuries, it would spell the end of the livelihood of many people
Update: Death toll due to torrential rains, floods rises to 13
The flooding dampened Christmas celebrations on the mainly Catholic nation's most important holiday
Recovering defiant hope (A Christmas reflection)
Christmas is not about gifts or our noche buena tables — even if many families are worried there would be less that they can buy this time
92 percent of Filipinos welcome new year ‘with hope’ — Pulse...
The survey also found that 43 percent of Filipino adults will have "a more prosperous holiday celebration this year"
Invest on human rights, Philippine government urged
“Investing in human rights means using all the energies and resources of the government to address the true problems of our country”