Children in poor villages have become 'easy targets' of communist recruiters
The military campaign leaves hundreds of Rohingya dead and forced some 75,000 to flee across the border to Bangladesh, bringing harrowing accounts of rape, torture and mass killings by soldiers
TRIP outlines over 4,000 infrastructure projects worth P3.6 trillion to be completed by 2020
The school building, which doubles as an evacuation center, is among the community infrastructure projects being undertaken by Philippine and US soldiers in line with the 33rd Balikatan
EU leaders say talks on a future trade deal with Britain can only start once London agrees divorce terms on citizens' rights, its exit bill and Northern Ireland
Two Northern Mindanao athletes also win individual awards: Julrey Morales for best pitcher and Kim Adam for the most number of stolen bases
The National Capital Region continues to pad its lead for the overall championship title as they added 12 gold medals in the official third day of competition of the 60th Palarong Pambansa 2017
The game between Northern Mindanao and NCR is postponed until Wednesday morning, April 25
Local officials, with the help of non-governmental organizations, turn Marabut town's biggest cave into an emergency shelter in times of disaster
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The magnitude 5.4 quake, with an epicenter underneath the Philippine Sea, was felt in parts of Bicol and Eastern Visayas
A young humanitarian shares her experience that reminded her how so much more needs to be done to put an end to the armed conflicts in the Philippines and to improve the quality of life of Filipinos
'What is most unfortunate about 'Northern Lights' is that the film actually tries to define romantic relationships in a way that is not entirely escapist. The milieu has actual promise'
Piolo Pascual is back on the big screen with a new leading lady
After 3 weeks of negotiations to form a power-sharing executive in the province, the Irish Republican party Sinn Fein says that no deal has been reached
Learning from its experience during Super Typhoon Yolanda, the town of Sto Nino now wants its residents prepared for the next big disaster
The complainants ask where the remaining P2 million has gone
Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister and one-time IRA commander Martin McGuinness has died aged 66, his party Sinn Fein says
Piolo thanks Mother Lily for giving him the chance to work with Regal again, plus he meets TV host and columnist Lolit Solis, with whom he had issues in the past
All the 56 barangay captains and department heads of Laoang town participate in the training conducted by MovePH
Where else can you see a century-old lighthouse? Or find golden beaches with no tourists?
Doctors Mixie Baduria and Alfonso Regala could have gone to any specialization they wanted after graduation. Instead they are serving in a 2nd class municipality in Northern Samar.
The chief of the Northern Police District dismisses murder and criminal complaints filed against his men in an alleged extrajudicial killing
(3rd UPDATE) After speculation that she would start the withdrawal process this week, Theresa May says she would fulfill her promise to do it by the end of March
(UPDATED) First Minister Sturgeon says the new independence referendum could be held between late 2018 and early 2019, once the outline of the Brexit agreement becomes clear but before Britain actually leaves the EU
This comes as political parties in Northern Ireland start a 3-week countdown to form a power-sharing executive following Thursday's (March 2) election
In a historic shake-up, unionist parties lost their absolute majority in Northern Ireland's legislature for the first time since the province's creation in 1921
The two main parties both claim they want a fresh power-sharing government installed as soon as possible, but the enmity between them seems entrenched, with neither side prepared to give ground
(UPDATED) The military is still investigating the incident, but a spokesman assured the public that the camp was not attacked
Two homes and a warehouse – all belonging to San Jorge town Mayor Joseph Grey – are attacked
'We are very much concerned about these killings and they seem to be increasing again as the barangay election approaches,' says Calbayog City Mayor Ronaldo Aquino
(4th UPDATE) Majority of the 11 Supreme Court judges agree that the national parliament has to be consulted, but lawmakers in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales have no say
(UPDATED) Around 963 families or 4,536 persons are displaced in Eastern Visayas and Northern Mindanao, all of which are staying in 28 evacuation centers
If, after the elections, the largest Protestant British Unionist and Catholic Irish nationalist parties cannot agree to form a new executive, the province could end up being governed from London
(UPDATED) Forced evacuation has been ordered in several flood- and landslide-prone barangays. Some parts of the city are in neck-deep water.
Mayor Celso Regencia, who is on his second term, has been behind bars for the alleged ambush on the convoy of former Iligan congressman Vicente Belmonte
Fancy a trip to Iceland? Gameplan's Mara Lopez shares her encounter with the Northern Lights and tells us how traveling changes her perspective.
Communist guerrillas in Northern Mindanao celebrate the CPP's 48th anniversary in Medina, Misamis Oriental
Around 3,682 passengers are stranded in various ports in Bicol region as of 8AM Saturday, according to the Philippine Coast Guard
The civilians, including 8 children, are killed as Turkish air strikes on the flashpoint town of Al-Bab
The US-Japan agreement covers about 4,000 hectares of the 7,500-hectare Camp Gonsalves jungle warfare training center, also known as the Northern Training Area
Expect longer nights ahead, too, with 'the onset of winter in the Northern Hemisphere and summer in the Southern Hemisphere'
'What more do you ask of us? Maubusan ako ng baraha niyan kung release ako ng release,' says President Rodrigo Duterte, referring to the release of political prisoners being sought by the CPP
(UPDATED) Theresa May will call on the devolved administrations to commit to working fully with the British government in a bid to enhance prosperity and security, Downing Street says in a statement
As the Philippines mulls shifting to federalism, global experts gather in a forum in Makati to share the challenges of federalism in their countries
The first time public servant says, 'I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t believe this administration is our best chance at changing the country'
According to Calbayog Police in Samar, 6 barangay officials and Liberal Party leaders were shot to death last week by members of private armed groups
Classes are suspended in Cagayan and Batanes provinces, while the Philippine Coast Guard monitors coastal areas for possible storm surges