The remains of 27 unidentified bodies recovered in the battle zone in Marawi are finally buried in a mass burial
So far we humans have done such a sweeping job of causing other species to vanish
Yang Qingpei murdered his parents when they refused to give him money, the Qujing City Intermediate People's Court says on its official microblog account. Fearing he would be discovered, Yang then killed 17 of his neighbors and fled.
At least 80 mass graves have now been identified in the region that has seen a major spike in violence between security forces and a tribal militia since September
The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council is eyeing an online portal to handle processing of all needed documents for mass housing projects
Investigators say the 45-year-old man returned with a hunting rifle following a domestic dispute between the guests
Set to be completed in August 2018, the two additional stations are designed to accommodate 80,000 more passengers daily during the first 5 years of operations
The government will be enacting a law requiring models to provide a doctor's note certifying their BMI is not too low, while a second law will mandate disclaimers on altered models' photos
The club will serve as a memorial and museum to help comfort those who lost someone in the attack, and promote tolerance
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If the International Criminal Court starts an investigation in allegations of mass killing against Philippine Presidentn Duterte, it would 'encourage governments to take measures against him, such as imposing tariffs on Philippine goods'
Jude Sabio’s 'complaint' has to prove the supposed unwillingness or inability of the Philippine government to prosecute President Duterte for the crimes he allegedly committed
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Poor families look forward to moving to their government-subsidized homes, only to realize it's a burden
(UPDATED) Pyongyang is believed to have up to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons, including the VX nerve agent allegedly used to kill Kim Jong-Nam
'Instead of pressuring your husbands to buy this or that, pressure your husbands to become a good policeman,' says PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
But before the Philippines builds its first subway, the operator of Tokyo's 9 subway lines says the country should fix the congested MRT3 first
Australian Ambassador Amanda Gorely hails the mainstream media's 'very important role' in a democracy, 'in this era of so-called fake news'
From highly anticipated sequels to awesome, new franchises, gamers will have their hands full this year. Here are our top picks!
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle leads the baptism of 400 children from the slums of Manila
'Ituro kung papa'no si Hesus tumanggap sa iba't ibang tao, lalo na sa mga hindi minamahal ng lipunan,' Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says
(UPDATED) Madam Claudia, an anonymous page known to be critical of Duterte and his staunch supporters, is taken down by Facebook more than once
(UPDATED) The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics says he hopes for 'peace to those who have lost a person dear to them as a result of brutal acts of terrorism'
The Mass is livestreamed straight from St. Peter's Basiica on midnight Vatican time (4 am Manila time)
'No to Marcos burial is just one issue. No to what kills the human spirit, the democratic spirit to speak, assert and express oneself, this we must fight for,' says an activist priest at the start of the 9-day Christmas season mass
(UPDATED) The bodies were found in 17 of 20 pits that were dug up by investigators. No other remains were found but soldiers are scouring the region for any other hidden graves.
The bill, which covers all branches of government, seeks to mandate the disclosure of public documents on government websites
Cities – home to more than half of humanity – account for nearly 3/4 of all heat-trapping greenhouse gases
(3rd UPDATE) The suspect is identified as Arcan Cetin, a 20-year-old resident of the town of Oak Harbor, Washington
An award-winning investigative report by students reveals that the UP administration illegally tailor-fitted the procurement documents of eUP Project’s contract to favor a certain corporation
The Ubisoft title has unsheathed its nasty predilection for melee battles. Along with Metal Gear Survive, Resident Evil 7 and the proposed Mass Effect remake, the game was a star in the recently concluded gaming expo.
This would have been the most expensive public-private partnership (PPP) deal implemented under former president Benigno Aquino III's administration
Police fire an electric stun gun to arrest the 19-year-old man, adding that while they are focusing their inquiry on his mental health, counter-terrorism officers are supporting the murder probe
A Brazilian priest officiates Mass inside the Philippine quarters located at Building 2 of the Athletes Village
The decision of the judges does not bear any practical effect on those accused as it is not a criminal court but it is a bi for survivors and families of victims who have not been compensated.
The risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, and cancer 'are all increased' in persons who are overweight or obese
'This administration will not do what the last administration did,' Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says
A $100-million deal results in San Miguel owning 100% of the company which will design, construct, and complete the MRT7
How feasible is the proposal of the incoming transportation chief to put up a cable car system?
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Lawmakers failed to cross the aisle and compromise on one of the most sensitive hot-button issues in America
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the conversations between Omar Mateen and police negotiators include Mateen's pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS) group, and his views of US policy
More burials are expected over the weekend as the resort city struggles to recover from the shooting by lone gunman Omar Mateen
Lawmakers are trying to determine if there are ways for intelligence and law enforcement communities to monitor social media platforms like Facebook 'so that we can prevent these tragedies'
(UPDATED) Four days after the worst mass shooting in US history, Obama makes a solemn pilgrimage to meet staff at the Pulse nightclub, emergency responders and some of the dozens of families shattered by gunman Omar Mateen
'We are born who we are, loving who we do, fabulous and beautiful the way we were meant to. We mind our own business yet it becomes our problem when our nature stirs in you a desire to see us die.'
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Disagreement with sexual preferences ‘can never justify’ murder, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines says