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'I think it would help the Vice President if she really looks and listens in the right places,' Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says
The attack, which left 3 others wounded, occurs in Laghman province on Sunday
The ICRC has not specified who was behind the abduction
Following a dramatic car chase, Thai police finds 3.4 million meth tablets and 20 kilograms of "ice" – a purer form of methamphetamine – in the truck of one arrested Thai national
'Children are once again the main victims of these indiscriminate and illegal weapons,' the UN's deputy special representative in Afghanistan says
From 40 nursery scholars, Project PEARLS now supports 500 elementary and high school students from Tondo, Manila
In the last 48 hours, New People's Army guerrillas burn to the ground trucks and heavy equipment being used in government road projects in various parts of the country
National Housing Authority General Manager Marcelino Escalada Jr says they are offering beneficiaries houses for P120,000, payable in 30 years
Addicts in the southern province of Long An force their way out of a treatment center on Sunday afternoon, January 29. Around 74 patients have since been recaptured or persuaded to return.
The injured are taken to Kalinga Provincial Hospital for treatment
The police chief of Santa Ana town says the consultant, Oscar Oñate, was dead on the spot when two unidentified motorcycle-riding assailants shot him
Verzosa, a private individual, faces the graft case alone after his co-accused died before the case was filed
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The attack occurs during a meeting of the municipal party committee and high-level city government cadres at the Panzhihua convention and exhibition center
The Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor issues a moratorium on demolitions around the country until January 2017
The Sandiganbayan says the two accused gave 'unwarranted benefit' to Double A Gravel and Sand by not conducting a public bidding for the P2.5-million project
(UPDATED) More than 70 people are admitted to hospital after the crash in the northern province of Semnan on the main line between the capital Tehran and second city Mashhad, Mohammad Reza Khabbaz tells state television
The #NotOnMyWatch anti-corruption caravan heads to Iloilo City
Of the P8.5 billion in damages, the overall damage to agriculture is pegged at over P5.7 billion, with the rest going to infrastructure damage, though not including housing damage
Kalinga, Apayao, and Mountain Province are all under a state of calamity due to Super Typhoon Lawin (Haima)
How can we use technology to fight corruption? Find out by joining the #NotOnMyWatch caravan in Cebu City on October 14 to 15!
The workers' union said they were angry about differences in bonus payments given to them and an engineering team at the site
(UPDATED) S&P maintains its stable outlook for the Philippines, but highlights a range of 'weaknesses' under the Duterte administration
The province does not have power, and communication lines are cut in the towns of Basco, Itbayat, and Mahatao
Wednesday's inquest at Pattani's court finds 'the men died from shooting by military personnel and policemen during a raid,' according to Abdulha Awaerputae, a lawyer from the Muslim Attorney's Center
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says now is the best time to adjust fuel excise taxes when crude oil prices are low and impact on inflation is almost negligible
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reports at least 15 people are missing
(UPDATED) The 11-minute video shows girls with veils sitting on the ground and standing in the background
The officials were suspended for 'dereliction of duty' and will be further investigated, the Hebei province's Communist Party committee says
King Unite, son of Ballesteros town Mayor Vincent and Vice Mayor Violeta Unite, yields to authorities as a 'drug user'
(UPDATED) Most are killed in air raids likely carried out by either President Bashar al-Assad's regime or its Russian ally, the Observatory says
The Vice President, who is also the new housing chief, says this will allow families to afford houses while private firms also earn
The provincial government aims to launch community-based treatment programs across the province
‘Habagat’ rains after Typhoon Butchoy damage sections of two major roads, while landslides hit Kennon Road
A former media relations officer writes about his first boss, the former vice president Jejomar Binay
Five NAPC officials urge the new lead convenor of the anti-poverty body to defend the integrity of the agency amid attacks by her colleagues in the Left
State weather bureau PAGASA issues a yellow alert, or heavy rainfall warning, over 8 cities and towns in Cebu
Here are emergency contact numbers for Metro Cebu and Cebu province
President Rodrigo Duterte was supposed to have dinner in Delpan but his first Cabinet meeting finished late
It is the latest incident to highlight the lax storage of hazardous chemicals in China, often close to people's homes
The incident is the latest flare-up of anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar, which has seen sporadic bouts of religious bloodshed since 2012
Photos of the scene show dazed residents near homes reduced to rubble amid tangled telephone wires, splintered wood and toppled poles
Among all the presidents after Martial Law, it was Aquino who vetoed the most number of bills, followed by President Fidel Ramos
The number of enrollees in senior high is almost double the number of Grade 10 completers in the city. Many of the enrollees come from neighboring provinces.
'As we commemorate Independence Day 2016, it might be worth our while to reflect on the singular possibilities of a Leni Robredo vice-presidency'
The numbers cited by alleged election operators don't add up
The results of the latest Social Weather Stations survey reflect an improvement in self-rated poverty in all regions except in Mindanao, the lowest in over 4 years
For now, Standard and Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch all keep the country’s credit rating at investment grade as the country prepares for a Duterte presidency