Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died. He was 95.
President Aquino yesterday lauded visiting Myanmar President U Thein Sein for introducing democratic reforms in his country, which is gradually opening to the world after decades of near isolation under a military junta.
Giving no ground, Chinese President Xi Jinping and US Vice President Joe Biden traded strong arguments on Wednesday over China‘s contentious new air defense identification zone (ADIZ), with no indication of progress toward...
Policemen are warned against soliciting gifts and goods from business establishments this Yuletide season, Philippine National Police spokesperson Senior Superintendent Reuben Theodore Sindac said yesterday.
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Budget Sec. Florencio Abad is lying through his teeth. He says the Supreme Court has barred him from fulfilling his promise to disclose the projects under the prickly Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP). To defy its order would be to disrespect the SC, he adds.
A LAW EACH DAY (KEEPS TROUBLE AWAY) By Jose C. Sison
December 6, 2013 - 12:00am
It is really so unfortunate that media personalities, particularly a highly esteemed journalist, is using the document “Evangelii Gaudium” (Joy of the Gospel) issued by Pope Francis to attack “what has largely become of the Catholic Church today.” Just because the Pope allegedly said that “there...
The resignation of Customs commissioner Rozzano Rufino “Ruffy” Biazon may have come unexpectedly last Monday. Biazon officially steps down effective today, or four days after he announced his irrevocable resignation.
After two weeks recuperating in Manila, “Pastor Eugene” was excited to get back to Tacloban City. He made it a point to be at NAIA 3 two hours before check-in just in case the PAL flight would be full. Then he waited for the usual boarding call for PR-971.
I get the feeling P-Noy is starting to feel the need to produce some concrete legacy before 2016. I hope, for our country’s sake, I am wrong but it is probably too late to even think it is possible to accomplish that.
“Tinuod kana,” ni sister Veronica pa. “Wa gyud ko mag-expect nga moanhi ka karon, Rey. Mao bitaw nga sa dihang gipahibalo ako sa among madre superyor nga may bisita ako, naglibog ko kun kinsa ang maong tawo kay wala man ako’y gipaabot nga bisita karon.”