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The Philippine National Police has yet to receive a revised sworn statement from Peter Joemel Advincula, the man also known as Bikoy
Malacañang says the Chief Executive delegated the task of handing out diplomas to 'reserve his energy' for the rest of the graduation rites
In a European Parliament elections in which Britain was never meant to vote, anti-EU populist Nigel Farage's Brexit Party triumph while the ruling Conservatives endure a historic blow
Isang surot si Cardema na nagsasamantala sa marupok na sistema ng eleksiyon
(UPDATED) Donald Trump's palace visit in the morning, followed by a royal banquet in the evening, is the main event in a feel-good trip
The Japanese Ishitsubo-Shiba pair captures the women’s gold while the Thai Kangkon-Nakprakhong duo tops the men’s side
Japan-flagged cargo ships Senshomaru and Sumihomaru collide around 2:10 am Sunday in Pacific waters off Chiba prefecture, says the Japanese Coast Guard
The European Union elections are marked by successes for the far right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent
The Barangay Ginebra coach says the beloved import can 'change a team'
Isko Moreno's journey to Manila City Hall is not just an overnight fairy tale
There is no immediate claim of responsibility but police said they suspect involvement of a Maoist splinter group whose pamphlets were found in a house where one of the explosions took place
The Los Angeles Police Department say that Keya Morgan 'will go before a judge and eventually (be) extradited to Los Angeles to face charges'
Authorities call on armed paramilitary forces to bring the situation under control
The Gin Kings find redemption from a shock conference-opening loss by storming back from 15 points down to deck the Bolts
The Warriors seek to become the fourth franchise in NBA history to complete a three-peat, while the Raptors eye their first title
Mired at the bottom last conference, the Elite get off to a hot start for a surprise early lead in the Commissioner's Cup
"I would like to assure you that every effort will be made to maintain the impartial stance that is expected of the United Nations," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says
Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors rally past the No. 1 Bucks to reach their first NBA finals
Imports fuel PetroGazz’s charge as Creamline suffers a major blow with the injury of MVP Alyssa Valdez
(UPDATED) Most of the people who tested positive for HIV in Rato Dero, Pakistan, are children 2 to 12 years old
State auditors urge the National Anti-Poverty Commission and the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation to extend the validity of their original agreement to properly use the funding
The Sandiganbayan says law enforcers should explain the non-arrest of 4 people implicated in the P4.1-billion plunder case of former president Joseph Estrada
The 3 sentenced are among 12 French citizens who were caught in Syria and transferred to Iraqi custody in February 2019
Some 3,000 military personnel are deployed in and around the capital as well as other key towns for cordon-and-search activities
Six-year-old Mahsa Ahmadi was snatched off a Kabul street in March 2019 and was killed after her parents were unable to pay a ransom of $300,000
The spotless, red-eyed animal is photographed while trekking through the forest in Sichuan province
Alex Stepheson and Ray Parks deliver the one-two punch as the Elite claim an early lead in the standings
Habib al-Adly was sentenced in April 2017 to 7 years in prison for embezzling about $122 million
The Land Bank of the Philippines eyes more farmer-beneficiaries after its loans for small farmers and fisherfolk went up to P13 billion in the first 3 months of 2019
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin says 'we will never submit, will never lower our gaze and will never react to anti-Semitism with defeatism – and expect and demand our allies act in the same way'
Some 3,000 prisoners across different prisons are on hunger strike in solidarity with one of the party's lawmakers
The group's vehicle hit a mine on the road while on their way to an army outpost
He gets an invite from his sister and kept it a secret – until his partner find out. What's Dan to do?
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi pleads for the 'stability of the region and the upholding of the nuclear deal,' referring to a 2015 agreement between Iran and major powers
President Rodrigo Duterte hands out diplomas to only two of 261 Philippine Military Academy cadets during their graduation
(4th UPDATE) Some injuries are reported, roads are blocked, and a bridge is damaged, according to a preliminary assessment cited by Peru's President Martin Vizcarra
Dionne Mae Umalla, 21, delivers a heartfelt valedictory speech, as she recounts the sacrifices of her mother, a retired teacher in Ilocos Sur
Peter O'Neill, who had been in power since 2011, hands over the reins to veteran politician Julius Chan, who has twice been prime minister
After a finals series to remember, Ateneo star Thirdy Ravena snags this season’s Collegiate Player of the Year honor
'That doesn't seem like the Jimmy I once knew'
The beauty queens talk about their beauty essentials and the causes they believe in
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tells the Raptors to ‘bring that championship to Canada’
'Thank you for being my dream guy and my reality guy at the same time'
While Abe and Trump are at the golf course, their wives Melania and Akie enjoy a display of 'digital art' at an exhibition that has been a smash hit in Tokyo
President Rodrigo Duterte jokes that underclassmen of the Philippine Military Academy committed rape. This is not the first time the President has joked about the serious crime.
Some 82% of voters cast their ballots in favor of removing a provision requiring couples to live separately for 4 out of the previous 5 years before dissolving their marriage
The Philippines ends its campaign as the women’s team bows to the Aussies in the quarterfinals
Some Huawei employees express fears for their future amid the dispute with the United States