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PhilippinesTwo representatives of a Malaysian poll watchdog group are in the country to learn from the Philippines how to observe the conduct of elections through the National Citizens' Movement for Free Election (Namfrel). Kanul Gindol and Jerry
Children infected numbered to 15,799 and 28 died in what was then a looming "mass outbreak" across the country. In the Philippines, the spread of the virus was traced from passengers from Cambodia, where reportedly more than 50 children have died.
PhilippinesTwo members of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines voiced support Saturday for calls that the ailing actor and comedian Dolphy be proclaimed a National Artist. Permanent Council, said Dolphy, whose real name is Rodolfo
PhilippinesTwo communist rebels and a soldier have been killed in separate clashes as insurgents stepped up their attacks in the Philippines, military officials said Sunday. New People's Army (NPA) rebels ambushed a group of soldiers in a remote
PhilippinesTwo out of three new mobile devices sold in Southeast Asia today are application-rich, Internet-enabled smartphones, fueling the exponential surge in data services, according to the Singapore-based research firm GfK Asia. The Philippines
PhilippinesTwo years into his presidency, President Aquino's track record on environmental issues remains dismal and unimpressive, according to environment groups. Greenpeace, in a statement to mark Earth Day on Sunday, said Aquino's term so far
Sunday urged the 17 local government units (LGU) in Metro Manila to update their disaster preparedness plans and intensify efforts to educate the public about natural disasters such as earthquakes similar to the one that hit Japan last Friday.
Aurora, PhilippinesTwo lawmakers said it would be wrong to drastically slash the military budget despite corruption issues hounding the Armed Forces of the Philippines...If we find excess funds in the military, lets give it for basic social services,
PhilippinesTwo senior members of the Senate Wednesday threw their support behind the Philippine governments decision to deport 14 Taiwanese suspected criminals to China, a move that has strained relations between Manila and Taipei. Senate President
PhilippinesTwo police officials will face an investigation by the national police leadership on allegations they were protecting car theft syndicates. The Philippine National Police (PNP) spokesman, Chief Superintendent Agrimero Cruz, said the police