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Guarin, 57, the first Asian to run around the world, is to run across the UAE's seven emirates from Nov. 22 to 29, according to a report on UAE news site Khaleej Times on Thursday. A separate report on Gulf News said he is dedicating this stage of
It's hard to imagine where to begin with getting vital supplies to men, women and children without shelter or access to food and water in the Philippines. Supported by Rotary Clubs from around the world, one organisation is sending practical survival
External Links A marine conservation group from the University of British Columbia is at the forefront of delivering aid to some of the most remote and hardest hit villages in the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan . "We find ourselves in
Foreign visitor arrivals could still top five million this year, but growth will likely slow in the wake of a strong typhoon that tore through central Philippines, the country's tourism chief said yesterday. Tourism Secretary Ramon R. Jimenez, Jr.
Unified Leyte, a geothermal power plant in Leyte province owned by the Lopez Group, sustained damage during the onslaught of super typhoon Yolanda on November 8, Department of Energy director Mylene Capongcol told GMA News Online. "Yung cooling
Philippines The Commission on Elections is 100 percent ready for the holding on Nov. 25 of special barangay (village) elections in earthquake-ravaged Bohol and battle-scarred and flood-ravaged Zamboanga City. The October 28 barangay elections were
Farmworkers were picking up pandesal Filipino sweet bread for another day in the fields. Lourdes Talactac chirped "good morning" and asked customers "How many breads?" English, Spanish or Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines. It was like
Visayas grid is short of power capacity by 100 megawatts at peak demand. As of November 12, the total capacity of the Visayas grid is 1058 MW with a peak demand of 1158MW. ELR, GMA
Maybe, Abucayan thought, she could hire someone to fly into a less populated area such as Dulag, her mother's small town, and help with the search. I wanted to get a helicopter to rescue them, said Abucayan, 50, who lives in Roseville and works at UC
Luistro said this will be the DepEd's first task in the next 48 hours, along with accounting for its people. For now, he said the DepEd has established a Central Office task force to establish contact with its division offices that were out of reach.