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Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih has also urged world powers to cooperate on keeping shipping lanes open for oil and other energy supplies
The mystery incident comes amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over tanker attacks in May
Celine Dion is back, set to release new music and perform her first tour in more than a decade
What you and I can do is be brave. Stand. Have courage. Only then can we hope to prevent the destruction of your generation's future.
Jeb Bayawon used to live in a landfill in Cagayan de Oro City until he got help to return to school 10 years ago. This year, he marches with fellow graduates of the Mindanao State University – Naawan, bringing him closer to his dream of becoming an educator.
Nadine Gadia Casiño, founder of Modern Nanays of Mindanao, advocates for natural child care and supporting other mothers
At this juncture in our history, we are called once again to exercise our moral courage as a people: to show brave behavior in the face of risks and threats, despite all the costs. It means the ability to do the right thing in the right way in the face of one’s fears.
Amid the vitriol-fueled posts, we have seen several stories of resilience and courage online – stories that go against the narrative of division and hatred dominating our online landscape
ILO Convention 151 protects government workers rights to organize and negotiate employment conditions
Facebook says it will seek to educate charities and other organizations on how to fight hate speech in the wake of recent terror attacks in Belgium Britain and France
Despite having no legs Warlito Tumpap works tirelessly at a vulcanizing shop to make ends meet for his family and send his children to school
Courage constitutes a predisposition to do the right thing no matter – especially no matter – if doing the right thing does not redound to one’s benefit or credit
It is tempered rage inspired idealism and a firm anchor that sustain journalists through the toughest and most trying of times
Whatever environment the threats take place – under a dictatorship or a polarized environment high on impunity – this virtue remains
What have you learned about yourself from taking on intimidating challenges?
Caitlin Soleil Lucas or Courageous Caitie dies at the age of 3 after suffering from a rare form of leukemia
A Facebook page set up to update Caitlin Soleil Lucas online well wishers offers a glimpse into a family which remains optimistic that they will overcome the odds
No matter how bad things get we need to fight the toxicity of cynicism and outrage because in the end when the outrage is done it leaves nothing but a black hole
Gov t workers also ask the Supreme Court to raise the P30 000 ceiling of 13th month taxable pay which was set in 1997 to accommodate economic inflation over the years
Rank and file employees of the judiciary assail a revenue regulation taxing even their fringe benefits which they argue are not part of their compensation income
Team Patay US presidents back to life and rekindling the EDSA 1 spirit: all that and more on this week s Photo wRap
Sports reporter James Velasquez recalls a special moment with Manny Pacquiao His biggest takeaway was how to be brave
It s the 7th petition to be filed against the Cybercrime Prevention Act
GRACE NOTE 6 Whatever it may be we can survive it and come December we can celebrate not just Christmas but everything we went through in the year our triumphs big and small and everything we survived