• Pope Francis visits Kenya

    Pope Francis waves to the faithful as he arrives for a Papal mass at the University of Nairobi in Kenya on Thursday. Pope Francis stressed during his sermon the importance of dialogue between religions in Africa to teach young people that violence in God's name is unjustified.

  • OFWs urged to save hard-earned money

    Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) attend the OFW and Family Summit at the World Trade Center in Pasay City on Thursday. The event, organized by Villar SIPAG (Social Institute for Poverty Alleviation and Governance) and Go Negosyo urged OFWs to save and invest their hard-earned money for the future.

  • MIAA installs “Last Check Booth”

    A passenger walks past the “Last Check Booth” at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport departure area on Thursday. The booth was installed to allow passengers to strip their luggage of any prohibited items, including ammunition before the security screening.

  • Residents retrieve usable items after big fire

    Residents retrieve usable items from the debris following a fire in Barangay Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City on Thursday. The four-hour fire, which reached the highest fire alarm level, displaced around 4,000 residents, making it one of the worst fire disasters the city ever experienced.

  • Philippines on track to a better economy

    Laborers work on a new skyway under construction along a busy street in Manila on Thursday. The Philippine economy grew slightly slower-than-expected in the third quarter but remains on track to be one of Asia's fastest growing economies this year with domestic consumption and the country's services sector staying strong.

It's official: Duterte files COC for president

MANILA - Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has filed his certificate of candidacy (COC) for president shortly after he withdrew his COC for mayor, days after he announced his intent to seek the country's top post in the 2016 polls. 
It's official: Duterte files COC for president

8 killed in attack vs 'ISIS sympathizers' camp

SULTAN KUDARAT (UPDATE) - Members of the Philippine Marines, the Philippine Army and the Philippine National Police (PNP) attacked the camp of alleged sympathizers of terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham or ISIS in Barangay Butril in Palimbang, Sultan Kudarat.
8 killed in attack vs 'ISIS sympathizers' camp

PH: China's sea claim 'hopeless, indefensible'

MANILA – The Philippine delegation to the United Nations tribunal hearing the Southeast Asian nation's case against China called the latter's South China Sea nine-dash line claim ''hopeless and indefensible''.
PH: China's sea claim 'hopeless, indefensible'


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Senate approves 2016 budget

MANILA - The Senate on Thursday approved on third and final reading the P3.002 trillion proposed national budget for 2016.
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LOOK: FEU Tamaraws in the PBA

Far Eastern University has one of the most storied basketball programs in the UAAP, which has produced several standout professional basketball players.
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WATCH: Drone video shows aftermath of massive Mandaluyong fire

A drone video shows the heartbreaking state of a residential community razed by fire on Wednesday afternoon.
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This 'Walking Dead' actress loves Pinoy food

NEW YORK - Celebrities from around the world, including the Philippines, walked the International Emmys’ red carpet on Monday.
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Congressman, alleged mistress sued for concubinage

MANILA - The wife of Agusan del Norte 2nd District Rep. Erlpe John Amante has filed concubinage charges against the lawmaker and his alleged mistress, saying she could no longer bear the insults and the pain they have caused her and her children.


Putin, Hollande agree to coordinate on IS fight but divisions remain

French President Francois Hollande and Russian leader Vladimir Putin agreed Thursday to coordinate strikes against Islamic State, but differences over Syria's future hampered efforts to bring Russia into a wider alliance to fight the jihadists.

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Aussie police rush to scene of killing, find dead spider

SYDNEY, Australia - Piercing screaming and shouts of "I'm going to kill you" prompted Australian police to rush to a Sydney home at 2am, only to find an embarrassed man and a large spider.

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