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To date, restoration efforts in the Visayas region is almost complete. Apart from restoring mobile services in the typhoon-affected areas, Globe has pledged more than P45 million for various relief and rebuilding operation. Globe's mobile
More Arts News & Features The country will now return 20 percent of the production money Hollywood studios spend in the country in the form of rebates, up from 15 percent. The Homeland finale on Sunday had a shocking twist, but stayed true to its
A benefit concert in Honolulu for survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines has been canceled because of severe weather. Director James Cameron says he plans to make three sequels to his 2009 sci-fi blockbuster movie "Avatar" in New Zealand. Gov.
PDG Oyan V. Villanueva receives a mock check of 232,000 Malaysian Ringgit (PHp 3.16 Million) for Yolanda victims and survivors By
"Haiyang" became the most destructive in the history of the country Number of people who died in the Philippines during super typhoon "Haiyang" exceeded six thousand. This was announced by the National Council
The International Labour Organization’s (ILO) most senior official in Asia Pacific visited emergency employment programmes in Tacloban and Basey on Thursday 12 December, to look at progress and learn more about needs on-the-ground.
This photo is one of the worse but definitely not the worst devastations left by typhoon Yolanda or Haiyan. More than the ill effects of Yolanda, I was to tell a brief story about this picture.
However, Losanes also noted they have not monitored any major incidents in areas affected by the typhoon recently. The curfew stemmed from reports of looting and criminality in the first moments after Yolanda struck Eastern Visayas and parts of
Yolanda before the typhoon made landfall. He, however, said that local government officials could not explain the storm surge to the public, since they were only used to tsunami warnings. "There was a difficulty in explaining to the public what a
Australia (AP) The United Nations humanitarian chief says she is investigating reports that aid has yet to reach remote parts of the Philippines a month after a devastating typhoon. Valerie Amos is in Australia for aid talks with the government. She