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Lalaking nag-'Spiderman', nagdulot ng perwisyo sa Antipolo

Tila nag-'Spiderman' ang isang lalaki sa Antipolo na tumawid sa kable.

China's government to 'manage' public dancing

A spate of noisy disputes between middle-aged women and nearby residents has prompted China's communist leaders to step in and regulate dancing in public places, state media said Monday.

WATCH: Meteor lights up Bangkok skies

Thais were left stunned Monday after a suspected meteor streaked through the daytime skies in a phenomena that also quickly lit up social media.

Migrants still heading for beach where toddler drowned

Days after the world's conscience was shocked by the image of a dead toddler washed up on a Turkish beach, the only thing holding back more Syrian refugees from attempting the same crossing was a media frenzy of journalists crowding the shore.

Japan hands out toilet awards

A total of 28 municipalities and businesses received the government's first toilet awards Friday for promoting clean, safe and comfortable public toilets, leading to uplift the lives of women through improving sanitation facilities.

Old man offers cash to find job for 'desperate' son

A Spanish pensioner has placed a newspaper advertisement offering 5,000 euros (USD 5,600) to any employer who would hire his 39-year-old son, a "desperate" unemployed father of one.

LOOK: Taiwanese reporter wants to be Romeo's 'Juliet'

Gilas Pilipinas guard Terrence Romeo have caught Taiwanese basketball fans' fancy through his brilliant crossover moves and scoring prowess in the ongoing William Jones Cup.

Pope slips out of Vatican to buy new eyeglasses

Pope Francis slipped out of the Vatican on Thursday evening to make a surprise visit to a Rome optician's shop to get a new pair of eyeglasses, insisting that his old frames be re-used and that he would pay for them.

Meet Kermit's new girlfriend

A new piggy is in town, and this time her name is Denise.

Newest China flight disturbance: fighting pilots

BEIJING - After a series of flight disruptions by angry or unruly passengers, Chinese media on Tuesday revealed a new menace to air travel in the country: fighting pilots.