Number of COVID-19 cases in PH to reach up to 480,000 by end of November, says UP

The number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines will continue to increase, reaching almost 500,000 by the end of next month, a member of the University of the Philippines OCTA Research team said today. “Right now, the rough estimate is between 450,000 to 480,000 by end of November, that’s the total number of cases. We ...

Cameroonian-Canadian businessman shot dead in Pasay City

Cameroonian-Canadian businessman shot dead in Pasay City

A Cameroonian-Canadian business owner was shot dead by an unidentified gunman while walking on the streets of Pasay City last night. Victim Divine Njua Komfum, 47, was found with...

Caught on Cam: Filipino diplomat in Brazil recalled for assaulting domestic worker

Caught on Cam: Filipino diplomat in Brazil recalled for assaulting domestic worker

The Philippine ambassador to Brazil has been recalled after a video was released that showed her assaulting her domestic worker. Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr....

Parlade strikes again, says Colmenares, Makabayan lawmakers are communists

Parlade strikes again, says Colmenares, Makabayan lawmakers are communists

Former congressman and human rights lawyer Neri Colmenares and the members of the Makabayan bloc in the House of Representatives are communists, Armed Forces’ Southern Luzon...

1 missing, 7 rescued after boat sinks off Batangas

1 missing, 7 rescued after boat sinks off Batangas

A yacht with eight people sunk off the coast of Bauan, Batangas after it faced strong waves and winds brought by typhoon Molave, authorities announced today. The Philippine Coast...

Pinoys wowed by photographer’s creative fashion shoots using everyday objects

Pinoys wowed by photographer’s creative fashion shoots using everyday objects

A 21-year-old aspiring photographer has inspired Filipinos with his DIY home fashion shoots, where he used cheap and easily available props. Alfred Acenas, a college student from...

Antigen tests no longer required from outbound Filipino travelers, says Malacañang

Antigen tests no longer required from outbound Filipino travelers, says Malacañang

Filipinos traveling overseas are no longer required to present negative antigen tests, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said today in a virtual briefing. The new policy amends...

Filipina doctor to sue Aussie medic after he calls her out for ‘cabbage’ advice

Filipina doctor to sue Aussie medic after he calls her out for ‘cabbage’ advice

Controversial treatments are practiced often in the Philippines. For example, earlier this year, the Cebu provincial government urged its employees to do tu-ob, a traditional...

Police were just doing their jobs during Baby River’s funeral, says Cascolan

Police were just doing their jobs during Baby River’s funeral, says Cascolan

The police were just doing their jobs during the controversial burial of three-month-old River Nasino, Philippine National Police chief General Camilo Pancratius Cascolan said...

2 suspects wanted for allegedly robbing and killing messenger in Valenzuela City

2 suspects wanted for allegedly robbing and killing messenger in Valenzuela City

Two men are wanted in Valenzuela City for allegedly robbing and shooting to death a company messenger earlier this month. Rico “Moja” Reyes and Narciso...


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