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Suspended by FIBA for more than a year, the 25-year-old guard grows into a 'stronger, wiser, and better person'
Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List since 2015. Local officials say its potential inscription will add 'another layer of protection' to the area.
BTS World – set to release on June 26 – is a role-playing game where the user is the band manager, recruiting and training the musicians and guiding the group in their quest for stardom
According to Yeng Guiao, Scottie Thompson wants to improve first before he returns to the national team
Sidelined for more than a year, the 25-year-old guard tries to make up for lost time as he is set to take over the point guard role left by Jayson Castro
Keith Thurman claims he will 'crucify' Manny Pacquiao in their welterweight unification bout
Jayson Castro will not be seeing action in the 2019 FIBA World Cup, and Yeng Guiao expects a familiar face in Kiefer Ravena to help fill that void
Yeng Guiao says he doesn't discount the possibility of Robert Bolick and CJ Perez cracking the Magic 12 for the global hoops showdown
Southeast Asian nations hope to bring for the first time in the region football's biggest spectacle by launching a joint bid to host the 2034 World Cup
At a small workshop in western Japan, Hiroyoshi Chinzei, a fourth-generation traditional paper maker, creates washi with a unique purpose that may help revive interest – both at home and abroad
Protesters attack properties of the World Food Program and aid agency World Vision
The Gilas Pilipinas veteran – twice named as the best point guard in Asia – reveals he wants to dedicate his time to his family
The tallest Gilas Youth team sizes up to lofty expectations in the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup
Ray Parks denies that he turned down the offer to join Gilas Pilipinas' pool due to 'other priorities,' as what Yeng Guiao said
The defeat marks the second time Aston Palicte fell short of his bid to become a world champion
Ray Parks has donned the national colors in the past a myriad times, helping the Philippines win 3 SEA Games and 1 SEABA gold medals
The rescue boat Sea-Watch 3 remains stuck in the Mediterranean since rescuing 53 migrants drifting in an inflatable raft off the coast of Libya on June 12
The World Bank says the effects of disasters in low- and middle-income nations are worsened by poor management of bridges, roads, and electricity grids
The United Nation Human Rights Office for Southeast Asia says it is time to abandon a narrative founded on prejudice and fear when dealing and protecting the rights of all refugees
The World Bank says China's Belt and Road Initiative has the potential to boost trade and investment, but only if China and other nations make policy reforms
How do you address the needs of 900,000 Rohingya refugees, who are vulnerable to serious health risks like infections, outbreaks, and psychiatric conditions?
It will be the first time the South provides food aid to the North since 2010, when it sent 5,000 tons of rice across the border
A third (33%) of French people do not agree that immunization is safe, according to the poll of more than 140,000 people across 144 countries.
WWE is set to hold another show in the Philippines after 3 years
The study paints a picture of a future in which a handful of countries see their populaces surge as life expectancy lengthens while the global growth rate slows amid declining fertility rates
Norway edges out South Korea for a spot in the last 16 of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
Kiefer Ravena, whose suspension from FIBA ends in August, can make it just in time for the global hoops showdown
The Philippines will have its work cut out for it in the global hoops showdown as it faces heavyweights Argentina, host country Greece and Russia in the first round
Aston Palicte has his sights set on the WBO super flyweight belt vacated by fellow countryman Donnie Nietes
Yeng Guiao says Jayson Castro has begged off from national team duties due to 'personal priorities'
Carli Lloyd now holds the distinction as the first player to score in 6 consecutive women's FIFA World Cup matches
After leading the Raptors to an NBA title as a rookie coach, Nick Nurse will test his mettle in the international scene
The RP Blu Boys will test their mettle against defending champion New Zealand and Asian champion Japan
The current Ebola crisis, which began in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo last August, has recorded more than 2,000 cases, including 1,411 deaths
Want to participate in World Blood Donor Day? Here's a running list of activities.
Team USA records the biggest win in Women's World Cup history as Alex Morgan scores 5 goals in a 13-0 demolition of hapless Thailand
The World Health Organization confirms that Uganda has now recorded 3 cases of Ebola, in the first spread across the country's porous western border with the Democratic Republic of Congo
'We've got an excellent cross-section of veteran USA Basketball and NBA players,' says Team USA coach Gregg Popovich
China's firepower prove too strong for the Philippine 3x3 girls team
The World Health Organization says in a fresh report that every day globally there are more than one million new cases of treatable sexually transmitted diseases or infections
Tens of thousands of French and foreign visitors, many donning WWII uniforms or driving vintage military vehicles, have converged on Normandy to honor the veterans
Bent on a solid World Cup run, host China's basketball team swaps its training court for army barracks
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde describes the United States and China's tit-for-tat tariffs as 'self-inflicted wounds that must be avoided'
After absorbing a record loss, the Gilas girls bounce back big to march on to the World Cup quarterfinals
The Battle of Normandy on June 6, 1944, famously known as D-Day, led to the liberation of Europe and helped bring about the end of World War II the following year
'The most effective way to reduce human consumption of microplastics will likely be to reduce the production and use of plastics,' authors of a recent study say
Meggie Ochoa misses a shot at a gold after getting disqualified due to a technicality
(UPDATED) The Battle of Normandy on June 6, 1944 led to the liberation of Europe and helped bring about the end of World War II the following year
In celebration of World Environment Day, groups opposing the construction of Kaliwa Dam start their campaign to convince President Duterte to revoke the contract to build