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Part 1: Massive errors in record-keeping and ill-prepared facilities keep thousands in jail for months, and kill at least 4 convict returnees. They regret heeding the President's call.
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Japan's local media put the death toll at 50, with dozens more missing and the number of fatalities expected to rise further
The Manila Police District initially said that they did not monitor or record fatalities from the popular religious event
MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm, hopes that the social impact of these efforts it initiated or supported in 2017 will fuel sustained action that will transform courage into action in 2018
The agency's operation center will continue to monitor the tail-end of a cold front that is expected to bring moderate to heavy rain to Bicol, Quezon, and Northern Samar
Bohol Governor Edgar Chatto says the province 'is not very badly affected' by Tropical Depression Agaton, which brought to Bohol torrential rains that lasted for more than 24 hours
(UPDATED) The town of Tugaya in Lanao del Sur reported landslides and massive flooding
Inspector Edwin Placido was among the first to sacrifice his life to defend Marawi from local terrorists. His remains were only recovered on September 15, and identified through the nameplate attached to the policeman's uniform.
Troops recover 22 bodies in a former enemy stronghold. DNA tests are conducted to see if leaders of the attack are among the cadavers.
There are also 4 others injured due to Maring, says the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
The death toll reaches the 3 digit mark a day after troops scored a major triumph in the battlefield They gain control of Mapandi Bridge
Corporal Ronald Supnad Jr was killed while fighting the Maute terrorists in Marawi City
DILG undersecretary Austere Panadero says it is crucial to bring preparation down to the community and family levels
Phivolcs geologist Charmaine Villamin says that the strength of the Big One will not be far in magnitude from the earthquake that hit Leyte
2nd UPDATE Rescuers have pulled out a total of 13 people from a collapsed commercial building in Kananga town near the epicenter of the quake
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UPDATED Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella says the Scene of the Crime Operatives corrected an earlier report on the number of cadavers recovered by government troops
Abdillah was a young boy a Maranao a Moro and a pious Muslim in that order He was buried on the same day his life was taken away from him
Cost of damage to the Japanese owned firm is estimated to be between P12 billion to P15 billion
HTI workers in critical condition will be transferred to Philippine General Hospital for further treatment once they are stable
All 3 189 workers on shift when the fire broke have been accounted for but authorities are not ruling out finding dead bodies when they finally inspect the HTI facility on Saturday February 4
Seven people are now reported dead in Zamboanga del Norte with one person reported missing
The attack happens after days of military offensives that have killed at least 14 ASG members
Most fatalities are in Metro Manila and Cebu; Pasay stands out in terms of salvage victims
Two suspected drug suspects are killed while the police chief of the City of San Fernando is injured when police tried to implement a search warrant in Calulut village
The 11 year old boy had slipped off a cliff hit his head and landed in the water says Cebu s top disaster management official
It was not immediately clear what caused the accident Weather conditions were reported to be normal at the time
The United Nations mission in Afghanistan says 161 children were killed and 449 others injured in the first quarter of 2016 alone
A cum laude graduate slain lieutenant Remigio Licena was a teacher for two years in Isabela province before joining the military
Joseph Evangelista says SWAT forces only reacted after they saw protestors mauling cops who had been caught in the melee If the police hadn’t used maximum tolerance they wouldn’t have been pinned down
Roughly 1 500 protesters remain inside the UMC compound in Kidapawan Police manning checkpoints had been pulled out
While politicians and various government and non governmental organizations granted the families of the dead SAF troopers cash and scholarships the widows in Mamasapano have barely enough to survive
The provincial board and the provincial disaster management council have issued resolution in support of relieved DILG Isabela Director Elpidio Durwin
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The barangay captain of this village in Pangasinan says the boats help ensure zero casualty during flash floods
Got questions about the metro wide quake drill? MMDA General Manager Corazon Jimenez will answer all your questions on Saturday July 25 from 10:00 11:00am
Authorities have yet to identify two of the casualties: a woman and a 10 year old boy
UPDATED Forty five of the 61 confirmed dead were from Pilar Tudela and San Francisco towns that form part of the Camotes Island Group
MovePH s Project Agos to conduct training on the use of social media in disaster information management on June 18 to 19 in Cagayan de Oro City
Philippine police will have to test and match the DNA of 69 workers who died in the factory fire and their relatives