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'Viruses know no borders; this is a global problem that will only be solved by global action,' insists ICRC president Peter Maurer
The Department of Health is also looking into the possibility of transforming evacuation centers in schools into quarantine facilities for persons under monitoring and those probed for the coronavirus
Leading the San Beda Red Cubs to the NCAA title and winning Finals MVP honors propel Rhayyan Amsali to the top
'To be an activist does not require one to be physically present in rallies and street protests. It can be done through the formidable power of the written word.'
'Using Lorraine’s logic, practically any organization critical of the government and the status quo can be considered a terrorist front'
'It was disturbing how the army made the extreme argument that when you criticize your government, you are against it'
The Ateneo Blue Eagles limit the San Beda Red Lions to a measly 5 points in the final quarter to capture the PCCL championship
Calvin Oftana and San Beda set up a PCCL finals date with Ateneo
(3rd UPDATE) The Department of Health has raised the COVID-19 alert system to Code Red-Sublevel 1 as a 'a signal to all concerned agencies, local governments, health care providers to be ready to for planned response measures'
The UE Red Warriors pick up their first win of the season behind Lloyd Josafat's 32-point explosion
Activists want to be reassured that their physical, emotional, and mental well-being also matters
The FEU Tamaraws get off to a strong start in their bid for a UAAP Finals return
'I realized being an activist never really dies even when you leave the movement'
President Rodrigo Duterte's Administrative Order No. 23 compels national government agencies to report how they are cutting red tape
'You know it’s right to junk rice liberalization when you've encountered a farmer who won't eat with you, for fear that she might get used to eating 3 times a day'
Ibon Foundation says the red-tagging by the Duterte government is the 'first step in a much larger and more sinister agenda'
Police Major Jerry Haduca of the Mountain Province Police office extends the apology to members of people's organizations after a dialogue at the Sagada Municipal Hall also attended by local officials, military officers, and civic leaders
M Bakery's vanilla pudding is mixed with cream cheese icing, vanilla wafers, freshly-baked red velvet cake, and bananas!
University of the East reigns in all 4 divisions of fencing action in UAAP Season 82
Former NU mentor Jamike Jarin moves to the UE Red Warriors camp as Jack Santiago's deputy
Hubei Red Cross Vice President Zhang Qin was fired for 'dereliction of duty while receiving and distributing donated funds and goods'
Ibon Foundation, a policy research group formed in 1978, says 'the public deserves the truth and to be informed about the issues that matter to them the most'
'In a situation like this, even if we're resilient, we will need the help of our countrymen because recovery can't happen quickly. It will take time,' says Leonardo Ebajo, Philippine Red Cross Director for Disaster Management Service
It's Throwback Thursday at Rappler HQ with UMD and Manoeuvres!
A new mode gives players a glimpse of the humanitarian activities carried out by Red Cross workers
Months after losing the NCAA crown to Letran, the San Beda Red Lions might also lose a key cog in Evan Nelle
Some 47% of respondents to the poll of 16,000 young people also believe it was more likely than not that there would be a third world war in their lifetime
The commissioner's report tags former Astros bench coach Alex Cora as the ring-leader of an illegal sign-stealing scheme
Red Velvet's agency SM Entertainment cancels the girl group's performance at the music festival following the incident
'The attempt on my life did not succeed, nor has it scared me off, as was the intention'
U2's frontman Bono recognizes Red Cross volunteers and journalists before launching into a cover of the David Bowie classic
The label has recently gone independent, but the young team behind it seems more motivated than ever to make waves in the music industry
(UPDATED) Zipline, of which U2 frontman Bono is a board member, will partner with the Philippine Red Cross to deliver blood and medical products by drone in the Philippines by 2020
Browder published 'Red Notice' in February 2015 – an account of his experience in Russia and his ongoing fight for justice for his former lawyer Sergei Magnitsky
The first Philippine-made Netflix original has interesting things to say about Filipino youth
It's the first Philippines-based series for HBO Asia
After ruling a title series to remember, the Letran Knights go all out to party in Intramuros tonight
In part 2 of our conversation with Mikhail Red, we ask how Philippine cinema will stay local while adapting to this age of streaming and Marvel
Behind Jerrick Balanza, the Letran Knights spoil the San Beda Red Lions' bid for a fourth straight crown to rule NCAA Season 95 men's basketball
Threats and intimidation against progressives continue to exist. The state's guns are still trained on social activists.
Expect the San Beda Red Lions and the Letran Knights to come out swinging as the two fierce rivals fight for the NCAA crown in the do-or-die Game 3
Letran sees its chance to pull off a stunning finals sweep against San Beda figuratively and literally slip away as the ball slides off Bonbon Batiller's hands
In Part 1 of our two-parter interview, Hustle talks to Mikhail Red about growing up in a family of filmmakers, video games, and how "filmmaking is suffering"
Even in the face of riotous cheering and booing, Calvin Oftana knocks in the game’s biggest shot to lead San Beda’s Game 2 escape versus Letran
'We will soon formally file a report to appropriate bodies,' says Balay Mindanaw's Kaloy Manlupig days after policemen barged into their compound and 'illegally' checked guests' belongings
The Red Lions keep their title defense alive after fending off the Knights' huge challenge
The military deny that they are cracking down on progressive groups, whom they call 'communist terrorists' and whose offices they have raided in recent weeks
As the Letran Knights go for an unlikely NCAA championship, the shell-shocked San Beda Red Lions hope to keep their four-peat bid alive