Women employees of Quezon City Hall form a human logo of peace with purple umbrellas after a flag raising ceremony in celebration of Breast Cancer Month.
A vendor displays ‘sili labuyo’ (chili peppers) that retail for P400 per kilo – about half the prevailing market rate...Read more
Despite a persistent drizzle, a young woman and other artists decorate a wall along Malvar Street in Puerto Princesa City...Read more
Members of the Education Workers’ Alliance for Greater and Equitable Salary (Educ WAGES) raise fists after signing their Unity Statement...Read more
A boy shows his painted hands at an art session conducted by the Baysulangpu Artists Society Arevalo Plaza in Iloilo...Read more
Catholic devotees flock to venerate a relic of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, commonly known as “Padre Pio” during the celebration...Read more
This aerial photo taken on September 21 shows people walking on a beach covered with the plant Suaeda salsa, also...Read more
A sleepy Bavarian village could decide the future of BMW's drive towards electromobility as it goes to the polls on...Read more
An Australian man who unwittingly ate the same dish containing deadly mushrooms that killed three other diners has been released...Read more
Tens of thousands of people marched in France Saturday to protest police violence in demonstrations organised by the left, with...Read more
The climactic end of a seven-year voyage comes Sunday when a NASA capsule is due to land in the Utah...Read more
President Joe Biden on Saturday blamed "a small group of extreme Republicans" for a budget impasse that has placed the...Read more
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