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'Adoption on the Catwalk' in the central-west state of Mato Grosso is designed to 'give visibility to children and adolescents who are eligible for adoption,' according to an official statement
Out of 600 entries, winners Jaye Atienza from Pampanga and Dennis Radaza from Rizal were hand-picked by 'Guardians of the Galaxy' producer James Gunn himself
Rafael Nadal chases a 12th title in Paris as Roger Federer returns to the tournament for the first time since 2015
The launch is originally scheduled for last week but is postponed, first due to high winds and then due to the need for a software update
The Bureau of Customs is working on having the containers shipped back to their points of origin
Former Akbayan representative Walden Bello weighs on the lessons learned from the 2019 elections
'The only timetable is to make sure the aircraft is safe to fly,' Daniel Elwell, acting head of the US Federal Aviation Administration, says at the conclusion of a day-long meeting in Texas
'I want to go back to play in the Premier League. I feel it’s where I belong,' says Etheridge
Police Colonel Nelson Aganon suffers head injuries after encountering an accident during a motorcycle riding course in Camp Edilberto Evangelista
The messages come just hours after Pakistan said it had tested a surface-to-surface ballistic missile capable of carrying conventional and nuclear warheads
Some of Zelensky's first staffing decisions raise eyebrows, sparking fear that he might be beholden to tycoon Igor Kolomoisky despite repeated denials.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali has been accused of sexual assault by several women
Peter Joemel Advincula apparently experienced high blood pressure, says top cop General Oscar Albayalde
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine confirms that Artemis 1 will be an uncrewed mission around the Moon planned for 2020
The Raptors move within a win of an NBA Finals stint as the Bucks lose 3 straight for the first time this season
With the President removing the questionable 'pork barrel' allocations from the 2019 budget, it turns out that Davao Region is the biggest loser
Around the continent, where most EU member states vote on Sunday, May 26, pro-European leaders are scrambling to mobilize their supporters to resist the populist surge
He argues that breaking up the company might mean fewer resources to curb harmful online content and election interference and improve privacy and the portability of personal data
While Facebook says it has identified more fake accounts than in previous quarters, there are about 120 million which have evaded discovery
Senator Bam Aquino, a member of the Philippine Science High School board, says he will vote in favor of the recommendation not to allow the students to graduate
The Warriors remain hopeful that injured superstar Kevin Durant can return 'at some point' during the NBA championship series
LeBron James misses out on the All-NBA First Team for the first time since 2007 as Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo and Rockets' James Harden lead the picks
(UPDATED) WikiLeaks denounces the charges as 'an unprecedented attack on the global free press' and an 'extraterritorial application of US law'
The weddings place Taiwan at the vanguard of the burgeoning gay rights movement in Asia
(UPDATED) Donald Trump has ordered the US intelligence community to 'fully cooperate' with an investigation into what he has termed 'spying' on his 2016 election campaign
President Donald Trump says there is a 'good possibility' Washington will reach an agreement with Beijing to end the escalating trade conflict, and that 'it's possible that Huawei would be included in a trade deal'
Each year, nearly 3 million people are bitten by poisonous snakes, with an estimated 81,000-138,000 deaths
The Yemeni rebels' Al-Masirah TV says the attack has targeted a Patriot air defense system
The actor who produced the documentary has once again teamed up with director Leila Conners, who he worked with in the climate documentary 'The 11th Hour'
(UPDATED) Keyvan Khosravi, spokesman of the Supreme National Security Council, says there has been an uptick in official delegations travelling to Tehran from various capitals, although 'most of them are coming on behalf of America'
'Consumers in the US and China are unequivocally the losers from trade tensions,' Gita Gopinath, the International Monetary Fund's chief economist, says in a blog post
The fact that he also used his position as NYC chair to campaign for Duterte Youth and other Duterte-endorsed candidates is also a possible election offense
Elizaldy Co and Misibis Bay management are seeking P1.1 billion in damages
India's main opposition Congress party has held Amethi in Uttar Pradesh state since 1967 except for one 3-year stint in 1977-80 and a separate one-year period in 1998-99
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'This is a brazen use of power, and an affront to our right to think, write, create, and talk freely about the state of the nation'
Gilas Pilipinas falls short despite stringing up two wins as Perlas advances to the main draw with a 3-0 slate
The future BRP Jose Rizal is transferred to the water for the first time during a launching ceremony at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea
The petition urges the Philippine Science High School Board of Trustees to review its decision allowing 6 male students to graduate despite sharing lewd photos of their fellow female students online
International Alert reports that most of the violent incidents in Mindanao during the 2019 midterm elections involved explosives and brawls, not guns
A librarian has the responsibility to guide their patrons to the truth. Nowadays, such a responsibility is greatly needed.
At least 19 groups consider the 18th Congress as their first foray into the House of Representatives. But not all are completely new to government service.
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The United Nations has warned that an all-out offensive on the Idlib region would lead to a humanitarian catastrophe for its nearly 3 million residents
HarperCollins confirms the author's death due to 'a short illness'
Britain joins the Netherlands in kicking off 4 days of voting across the continent
Election results data show that Gutoc received votes in all clustered precincts in Mandaluyong City
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas slashes the amount small banks need to hold in their reserves – a move that is expected to free up some P20 billion in the economy
'If there’s one thing that this election produced, it’s the new and stronger leaders of the opposition, in the likes of Chel, Samira, and Florin'