• Explosion rocks Zamboanga City
    A bomb expert clears the area near a bus terminal in Guiwan, Zamboanga City Friday. An explosion left one person dead and injured at least 37 people, police said.

  • Zamboanga blast victim gets help
    Red Cross volunteers help a victim injured in an explosion near a bus terminal in Guiwan, Zamboanga City on Friday. The explosion left one person dead and injured at least 37 people.

  • Japan prays for Islamic State captives
    Muslims in Japan pray for the release of two Japanese citizens being held captive by Islamic State militants, during Friday prayers at a mosque in Tokyo. Japan is trying to secure the the two victims' release, a government spokesman said Friday.

  • North Triangle demolition protest
    Residents of Sitio San Roque, Barangay North Triangle in Quezon City stage a protest against the demolition of their homes. The site is being cleared as part of the Quezon City Central Business District development project.

  • Justice sought for Guiguinto tragedy victims
    Militant labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno form a human chain outside the Department of Labor in Intramuros, Manila on Friday calling for justice for victims of the Guiguinto tragedy. Eleven people died when a 8-foot-high wall collapsed in Barangay Ilang-Ilang, Guiguinto, Bulacan Monday.

PNoy comforts blast victims, vows justice

ZAMBOANGA - President Benigno Aquino flew on Sunday to a southern city hit by a deadly bombing to comfort dozens of casualties and vow to bring those responsible to justice, a spokesman said.
PNoy comforts blast victims, vows justice

Child blessed by Pope Francis passes away

MANILA -- Brandon Lao, one of the babies blessed by Pope Francis during his apostolic visit to the Philippines, passed away Friday night.
Child blessed by Pope Francis passes away

Binay blasts Mercado's new corruption raps: All lies

MANILA - Vice President Jejomar Binay on Saturday criticized former Makati Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado anew for allegedly lying time and again before the Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee investigating corruption allegations against the vice president.
Binay blasts Mercado's new corruption raps: All lies


Pope Francis warns of terror attacks
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Malolos: Sublime in time
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Palace: Nothing clear yet on Hollywood stars' visit in PH

MANILA - Malacanang is still mum on the reported visit of Hollywood stars and other world leaders, who will supposedly tag alongside French President Francois Hollande.
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How this ex-maid became a top make-up artist

This Bicolana revealed how she worked her way from being a house helper to becoming a top make-up artist.
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LOOK: James, Nadine go on concert date

Popular onscreen partners James Reid and Nadine Lustre went on a date night on Saturday, sending their supporters abuzz.
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Ateneo stakes clean sheet against NU, former coach

MANILA -- National University (NU) coach Roger Gorayeb and Ateneo meet for the first time since the multi-titled mentor led the Lady Eagles to a bridesmaid finish in Season 75.
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We were hidden from Pope Francis, street family says

MANILA - A street family who was among those brought to a resort in Nasugbu, Batangas during the 5-day visit of Pope Francis claimed they were deliberately hidden by the government from the Supreme Pontiff.
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OFWs urged not to take out loans in UAE

MANILA – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) issued a reminder to Filipino workers based in the United Arab Emirates against taking out loans and using credit cards.
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AFP eyes 3 possible groups behind Zambo blast

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is not ruling out the possibility of other groups' involvement in the fatal bombing near a bus terminal in Zamboanga City last Friday.


Japan condemns apparent Islamic State execution

TOKYO - Japan early on Sunday condemned a recording purporting to announce the execution of a Japanese citizen held by Islamic State militants and demanded the immediate release of another captive depicted as appearing on the image.

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Titanic survivor letter sells for nearly $12,000

WASHINGTON, United States - An indignant letter from a British aristocrat who survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912 has sold for $11,875, an auction house in New England said Friday.

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SOCO: Woman's body found inside suitcase

Dennis was worried. His girlfriend, Bueno Sol Arro, didn't show up for work the night before and never answered his text messages and calls.

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