It’s now the turn of Philippine investigators to go to Taiwan to gather evidence for their probe on the fatal shooting of a suspected Taiwanese poacher last May 9, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said yesterday.
Pope Francis’ fascination with the devil took on remarkable new twists Tuesday, with a well-known exorcist insisting Francis helped “liberate” a Mexican man possessed by four different demons despite the Vatican’s insistence that...
Ignoring warnings and the six-kilometer permanent danger zone imposed around the crater of the volcano, a Russian tourist attempted to climb Mayon by himself last Sunday but had to be rescued after he broke his leg.
Nine days after the elections, there are still 18,499 precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines that have yet to transmit results, the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) reported yesterday.
About 40 percent of global assets belong to the richest one percent of the world’s population, with the bottom half clinging to just one percent, according to a study commissioned by the United Nations.
NBI off to Taiwan for shooting probe
US tornado: Phl extends sympathies
Pope Francis helped liberate demon-possessed man, says exorcist
Nancy Binay: My father is healthy
Russian climber rescued from Mayon
Phl won’t confront China ships
NPA poll extortion nets P26 M – AFP
‘No results yet from 18,499 PCOS machines’
Senators bare detailed business interests
UN: 40% of global assets belong to 1% of population
BIT BY BIT: Another Philippine area has been taken over by the Chinese. After occupying our Panatag (Scarborough) shoal off Zambales, China has also added Ayungin reef near Palawan to its growing control list of Philippine isles and fishing grounds.
A former US Governor-General of the Philippines, Leonard Wood is famous — perhaps infamous — for saying that “the Filipino woman is the best ‘man’ in the Philippines”. The 1921 statement, in which he described women as “the great creative force” could have been a rallying cry for women.
Last Monday’s editorial in the Philippine STAR was quite telling when it pointed out correctly and we quote, “The glitches involved thousands of PCOS machines, and the number is not something to sneeze at.
Now that the PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs are done, the Shakey’s V-League will take over the local sports spotlight and is expected to bring in record crowds as defending back-to-back first conference champion Ateneo battles National University in the best-of-three Finals starting today at...