Spanish Ambassador to the Philippines Jorge Moragas (5th from left, 2nd row, and inset) joins a group from the Escuela...Read more
Fewer vehicles are seen along the usually busy stretch of EDSA corner Ayala Avenue in Makati City as threats of infection from the novel coronavirus continue to hound the public and Metro Manila poised to go on lockdown starting midnight Saturday.
French ambassador to the Philippines Michele Boccoz speaks during the launch of a mural by French artist Ceet Fouad and Filipino...Read more
Children fly a kite along Orosa Street in Manila as a group of Manila Police conduct a barricade on Tuesday...Read more
Neophyte Senator-elect Robinhood Padilla on Tuesday attends an orientation for newly-elected senators at the Senate where the chamber’s secretariat officials,...Read more
Firefighters look at a warehouse that was engulfed by fire in Brgy. Dela Paz, Pasig City near the boundary of...Read more
San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora pays his respects to Senator Imee Marcos who attended his oath-taking in a ceremony...Read more
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law mandating government agencies to investigate and conduct intelligence gathering and surveillance on suspected...Read more
Now this is a real “Flush Report.” WHERE’D IT GO? In this screen grab from a News 5 television report,...Read more
China cannot stop the Philippines from fixing parts of the BRP Sierra Madre, the dilapidated Philippine Navy ship at the...Read more
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed an executive order (EO) updating a list of industries restricted from foreign investment and reserved...Read more
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