DSWD: Help for typhoon victims continues

Gusto pa rin ni DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman na kasuhan ang mga nag-udyok sa mga biktima ng bagyo na sumugod sa kanilang tanggapan sa Davao City. Naniniwala si Soliman na nilinlang ng mga militanteng grupo ang mga biktima ng bagyo. Nagpa-Patrol, Willard Cheng. TV Patrol, Pebrero 28, 2013, Huwebes

More Malaysian troops in Sabah amid standoff

Nagbabala si Raja Muda Kiram na may mga grupo sa Mindanao na handang sumuporta sakaling mauwi sa karahasan ang standoff sa Sabah. Muntik na ring magkapalitan ng putok sa pagitan ng grupo ni Raja Muda at pwersa ng Malaysia. Mula sa Sabah, Malaysia, nagpa-Patrol si Henry Omaga-Diaz. TV Patrol, Pebrero 28, 2013, Huwebes

Suitor accused of raping teen in Laguna

MANILA, Philippines – Police have arrested 3 suspects accused of abducting a 19-year-old girl in Calamba, Laguna.

Sultan's followers defy final warning

MANILA, Philippines - Amid reports of an imminent attack by Malaysian forces against the followers of the sultan of Sulu, Malacanañg is again asking the group to leave Sabah.

Gov't, MILF eye final peace deal by April

KUALA LUMPUR – The Philippines and a Muslim separatist group hope to finalize a peace agreement ending a decades-old insurgency by April, a government negotiator said Thursday.

Death toll from speeding field trip bus now at 8

MANILA, Philippines -- The death toll from the collision of a tourist bus and a 14-wheeler truck along Marcos Highway in Tuba, Benguet last February 21 has risen to 8.

Commander in Al-Barka clash gets new post

MANILA, Philippines – A former commander of the operation in Al-Barka, Basilan in October 2011 that left 19 Special Forces soldiers dead had been assigned a new post by the military.

NPA targets 8 Iloilo bets for extortion

MANILA, Philippines – Eight candidates running in Iloilo allegedly received extortion letters from the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People's Army (CPP-NPA), authorities said.

CBCP: Nothing wrong with 'Team Patay' poster in Bacolod

MANILA, Philippines -- Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) secretary general Msgr. Joselito Asis on Thursday insisted there is nothing wrong with the "Team Patay vs Team Buhay" poster in a Bacolod City church.

Online plan to boost Philippine eagle numbers

MANILA – The mating rituals of two captive Philippine eagles are being broadcast live over the Internet to rally global support for saving of the world's rarest and biggest raptors, conservationists said Thursday.