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Frustrated Marawi evacuees still can’t go home 2 years after siege

It is two years ago since the siege that killed more than a thousand. At least 50,000 remain displaced, and the once-bustling center of trade and commerce is still buried in rubble.

It is two years ago since the siege that killed more than a thousand. At least 50,000 ...

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Frustrated Marawi evacuees still can’t go home 2 years after siege

'While making mistakes is part of our being human, we should not lose hope,' says a ...

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How Santo Entierro unites Albay families in Good Friday procession

(UPDATED) John Steward Buenavista Alberto gets a rating of 91.10% in the March 2019 ...

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Medtech board exam topnotcher a ‘happy-go-lucky’ online gamer

Concerned groups are bent on exposing what they call the 'ill intentions' behind the ...

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Is it too late to debate breaking up Palawan into 3 provinces?

Only 1 of 10 Filipinos aged 18 years and above borrows books from libraries, according to ...

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Filipinos barely know if there are libraries near their homes

The Philippine Eagle Foundation receives this year's Eduardo Aboitiz Award for ...

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How do you save the Philippine eagles? First, empower the communities

The missionary doctor from Davao City, this year's recipient of the Ramon Aboitiz Award ...

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Benedict Edward Valdez: The smile surgeon of Mindanao

Thirteen Filipino World War II veterans are awarded the U.S. Congressional Medal on ...

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100-year-old Filipino WWII veteran tears up receiving U.S. medal

Does the blast indicate the Abu Sayyaf has now trained local suicide bombers in Basilan?

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Basilan car blast: Furuji Indama unleashes terror even in hiding

Thirty-one years after the Cordillera Administrative Region was created, the region has ...

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Federalism is the spoiler of the Cordillera autonomy party