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OCTA Research warns of more deaths over Delta variant

The OCTA Research group warned on Wednesday of thousands more Filipinos dying from the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic if a hard lockdown is...

Diaz, Petecio make history at Tokyo Olympics

Weightlifer Hidilyn Diaz and boxer Nesthy Petecio made history anew as they have assured the Philippines of at least two medals from the ongoing...

Pacquiao approval rating plunges

Senator Manny Pacquiao’s approval ratings in the second quarter of this year took a dive after he made allegations of worsening corruption in the...

Experts says some people more likely to get infected with Delta variant

Even if they're fully vaccinated against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), certain people may need to take extra precautions to prevent "breakthrough" infections with the highly...

HK court convicts 24-year old protestor under new national security law

Hong Kong's High Court convicted a 24-year-old protester on Tuesday in the first trial held under the draconian national security law Beijing imposed upon...

Metro Manila boasts of 313 kilometers of bicycle lanes

Metro Manila now has more than 313 kilometers of bicycle lanes, complete with concrete delineators, flexible rubber bollards, and other safety features meant to encourage...

PH Covid recovery count nears 1.5 million

The country's overall tally of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) patients who beat the disease have reached 1.478 million as 5,672 new recoveries were recorded on Tuesday. The...

Balance of payments posts $312-million deficit in June

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said its foreign exchange operations as well as the national government's (NG) foreign debt servicing and expenditures brought...

Cebu City reimposes closure of night bars to stop spread of Covid

The Cebu City government again ordered the closure of night bars due to a surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases, the acting mayor said. The order...

UN head warns climate change driving poverty, inequality, food prices

United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday warned that climate change and conflict are both a consequence and a driver of poverty, income...
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