While this annual rate is already staggering, the United Nations agency says the problem of occupational hazard may be worse, raising the possibility of underreporting
'Getting to know the ASEAN is a must for all of us,' National Youth Commission chair Aiza Seguerra tells youth leaders of ASEAN
The vaccine, also known as Mosquirix, is developed by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in partnership with the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative. The large-scale three-country pilot will test it on children aged 5 to 17 months.
Keuskupan Agung Semarang menyampaikan di bulan Juli Paus Fransiskus sudah dijadwalkan berkunjung ke India.
The phone call comes as the two leaders discussed the death on Sunday of an American monitor with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, who hit a landmine while on patrol in eastern Ukraine
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All roads lead to Antique as more than 12,000 delegates gather for the biggest youth sports event of the country on Sunday, April 23
On Earth Day, we discussed what Filipinos can do beyond the ratification of the agreement that seeks to curb global warming
This is a turnaround of the US President's earlier pronouncement hailing Britain's decision to leave the European Union
The kids who live in the middle of the university belt do not know how to write or count. Dara Tuazon, a University of the East student, hopes to change that.
84% of Filipino millennials believe social and political conditions in the country will improve in the next 12 months
Kagay-anon youth leader Ernesto Neri believes in the importance of enabling the youth to engage in local governance and nation-building
The floating Olympic-size pool is inspired by a similar project unveiled in Panabo City in Davao del Norte during the 2015 Palarong Pambansa
Dina Ali Lasloom, reportedly returned to Saudi Arabia from the Manila airport, intended to flee to Australia to 'escape a forced marriage,' says a Canadian witness
Hundreds of thousands of people die each year because they are forced to drink contaminated water, the World Health Organization says, urging large investments to help provide universal access to safe drinking water
The latest count is its highest record since October 2015
'That, I think, is a society that will harbor increasing rates of depression – 'yung dinededma natin 'yung ating mga kasama,' says Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial on World Health Day
(UPDATED) 'Autopsies were carried out on 3 of the bodies after they were brought from Idlib. The results of the autopsy confirms that chemical weapons were used,' Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag says
A study reveals that global smoking deaths are up by 5% since 1990, and shows that the percentage of smokers in Indonesia and the Philippines have not dropped since then.
Ambassador Nikki Haley: 'When the United Nations consistently fails in its duty to act collectively, there are times in the life of states that we are compelled to take our own action'
(4th UPDATE) The incident brings swift international condemnation, with France and Britain demanding an emergency UN Security Council meeting and President Francois Hollande denouncing a 'massacre'
The President's supporters accuse the Vice President of shaming the country for criticizing its drug war, to which thousands of deaths have been linked
Student organization Enactus UPLB helps the housewives of Bayan ni Juan in Calauan, Laguna with running small-scale businesses
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By 2015, the number of people globally living with depression, according to a revised definition, had reached 322 million, up 18.4% since 2005, the UN agency says
Francis Edward Obiena, a Grade 11 student of Chiang Kai Shek College, edges out his Singaporean counterpart
OPEC and non-OPEC producers are studying whether to extend the cuts for another 6-month period
Candon Youth Movement engages Ilocos Sur youth for projects on public health, agriculture, and education
The entire Cagayan Valley region is on heightened alert as close to a thousand delegates are expected to arrive for two international athletics competitions
'We consider it urgent for priority to be given to releasing political prisoners, recognizing the legitimacy of decisions by the National Assembly...and establishing an electoral calendar that includes postponed elections'
'We focus on entrepreneurship because we need to, in order to develop our country,' Senator Bam Aquino tells students at the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp
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Bishop Joel Baylon says young Filipinos must be 'online missionaries of God'
The UN organization vows to add the country's Wood Buffalo National Park to its 'list of world heritage in danger' if corrective measures are not taken quickly
80% of the respondents agree that it is 'acceptable for women to work at paid jobs outside the home'
Harmful exposure can start in the mother's womb, increasing the risk of premature birth, which can lead to life-long health problems
The UP Genetic Researchers and Agricultural Innovators Society strives to uphold awareness on the ways, means, and science behind agricultural biotechnology to help students and farmers alike
In just a little over a week, more than 45,000 are displaced in Iraq and over 26,000 are forced to flee in Syria
'The researchers estimate that 1,200 people in Europe will die early, each losing as much as a decade of their life, as a result of excess emissions generated,' the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which took part in the study, explains
The US decision is a clear break from precedent and could threaten the viability of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB), where major trade conflicts have been adjudicated
Mapping Antarctica’s extremes is essential for understanding weather patterns, and teasing out natural climate variability from human-induced climate change, the WMO said in a statement
Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency has left at least 20,000 people dead in northeast Nigeria since it began in 2009 and has displaced more than 2.6 million others
British Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said information on the February 13 attack at Kuala Lumpur airport that killed Kim Jong-Nam should be sent to the Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
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For the first time, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a list of bacteria threatening to turn once easily-treatable infections into serial killers
'Jim Paredes, look at me,' says Solicitor General Jose Calida, 'Huwag mong patulan itong mga bata. Look for a person your age. Sinabihan mo silang duwag, try and tell me I'm duwag.'
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos