• Gay Pride parade in Manila

    A parade participant is confronted by an anti-LGBT (lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender) protester (right) during the Gay Pride parade in Luneta on Saturday. Thousands joined the parade seeking to raise awareness of LGBT rights specially in light of the attack in a Florida gay bar.

  • Old Manila

    Young women are framed between 2 turn-of-the-century photographs of life in the City of Manila on Friday. A collection of old pictures of the city is on exhibit at the Manila Baywalk along Roxas Boulevard in celebration of the city’s 445th founding anniversary.

  • Colorful village in Benguet

    Members of the Philippine National Police help paint houses into a favela-inspired artwork in Stonehill, Botiwtiw and Dajap of Barangay Balili (STOBOSA) in La Trinidad, Benguet. The Department of Tourism-Cordillera and the local government of La Trinidad, Benguet spearheaded the project, which will be completed by August. Favelas are slums in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • San Juan goes water frenzy

    Young residents try to stop a passing vehicle by climbing over it during the celebration of St. John the Baptist's Feast Day in San Juan City on Friday. The “Wattah, Wattah, Basaan Festival,” organized to commemorate the birth of St John the Baptist, is one of the most celebrated festivals in the city.

  • Abu Sayyaf releases Filipina

    Incoming Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza speaks with Marites Flor, hours after her release in Jolo, Sulu on Friday. The Abu Sayyaf kidnapped Flor with her partner Canadian Robert Hall, whose head was found a week ago, and 2 other foreign tourists, last September 2015.

Duterte to bid city hall employees goodbye

DAVAO CITY - President-elect Rodrigo Duterte is set to bid farewell Monday to employees at Davao City Hall before he ascends to the presidency this week.
Duterte to bid city hall employees goodbye

Duterte could be open to talks with Abu Sayyaf

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte says he could be open to talks with the Islamic militant group Abu Sayyaf, which recently beheaded two foreign hostages and kidnapped seven more.
Duterte could be open to talks with Abu Sayyaf

Duterte not to blame for rising drug slays: Bayan

Militant group Bayan on Sunday insisted that President-elect Rodrigo Duterte should not be blamed for the recent surge in the number of suspected drug personalities killed in police operations.
Duterte not to blame for rising drug slays: Bayan


4,552 Iskolar ng Bayan, nagtapos sa UP Diliman

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Duterte eyes 24-hour hotline for public complaints

MANILA – President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, who will assume office next week, said he would set up a 24-hour hotline to receive the public’s complaints.
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British EU exit turmoil alarms Asia

Turmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the EU engulfed the opposition Labour Party while policymakers as far away as China, Japan and South Korea fretted on Sunday over the threat to global financial stability, hours before markets reopen.
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LOOK: Gilas Final 12 unveiled

(UPDATED) Naturalized center Andray Blatche and two-time FIBA Asia Mythical Team member Jayson Castro will lead Gilas Pilipinas in their campaign to make it to the 2016 Rio Games in the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament starting July 5.
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3 miyembro ng Joselito Gonzales drug group, patay

MANILA - Patay ang tatlong hinihinalang miyembro ng Joselito Gonzales drug group matapos umanong manlaban sa buy bust operation sa UP Arboretum sa Quezon City.
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Pope Francis appoints Pinoy as new Saipan bishop

Pope Francis has appointed a Filipino priest as the new bishop for the Church in Oceania, according to the Catholic Bishop's Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).
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'Ambo' maintains strength, moves towards Aurora

MANILA - (UPDATED) Tropical depression "Ambo" maintained its strength as it moved towards Aurora, state weather bureau PAGASA said Sunday.


Germany, France plan for 'strong Europe in uncertain world'

The foreign ministers of Germany and France have drawn up a nine-page document entitled "A strong Europe in a world of uncertainties" in which they propose common European security and migration policies and strengthened economic convergence.

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Thousands of yogis hit Times Square to welcome summer

NEW YORK - Following a long-held tradition, thousands of yoga fans gathered in New York's Times Square on Monday to mark the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.

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