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Animal cruelty video angers netizens

A disturbing video showing cruelty to an animal enrages netizens. But no one knows who the maker of the video is.

A disturbing video showing cruelty to an animal enrages netizens. But no one knows who ...

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Animal cruelty video angers netizens

A new book from the UST publishing house takes a look into the pre-Spanish era of trade ...

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Unearthing the golden days of Ilocos Sur

The Brigada Eskwela is proof that an effective partnership between the government and ...

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What we can learn from Brigada Eskwela

A group of volunteers use art as a tool for healing the trauma of Typhoon Haiyan

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Healing the wounds of Haiyan through art

In Malapascua, Cebu donated solar lamps are helping a community affected by Typhoon ...

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Giving the gift of light to typhoon-struck Malapascua

Soldiers help an orphaned child finish his high school education and learn about caring ...

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In the company of mentors

The everyday challenge of enduring lengthy lines and sanitation measures in the main ...

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Life is hard for displaced Zamboanga residents

With no SK elections this year, the youth need to know how money meant for them will be ...

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Filipino youth: Safeguard your ‘patrimoney’!

The UNDP's cash for work program is helping families affected by Haiyan rebuild their ...

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The rise of Santa Fe

The senior high school graduates from the Higher School ng UMak are the first and the ...

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Makati produces first senior high school graduates