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  1. Show goes on despite typhoon

    CNNApr 28 08:43 AM

    Due to typhoon-related problems, Bourdain is confined to one island in the Philippines during the holidays. "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Popular: Guns in America | Sanders Demands Clinton Apologize | Blindsided: How ISIS Shook The World

  2. Yolanda-hit dioceses mark Earth Day

    CBCP NewsApr 23 01:37 AM

    CEBU City, April 23, 2016 – Concretizing their commitment to protecting the environment, nine dioceses devasted by super typhoon Yolanda joined in celebrating Earth Day yesterday, April 22. Together with the Catholic Church’s social action arm, the National Secretariat for Social Action (NASSA)/Caritas Philippines, representatives from the provinces of Leyte, Western Samar, Eastern Samar ...

  3. Despite almost daily new outrages over suggestions of killing opponents and participating in rape, opinion surveys show presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte leads among voters across all social classes in the Philippines presidential race.

  4. Disaster response center launched in Visayas

    Office of the President - PhilippinesApr 26 11:15 PM

    The center was conceived as a result of the lessons learned from the response to Typhoon Yolanda.

  5. After Typhoon Hainan devastated houses across the Philippines, a jail opened its doors to shelter the inmates of displaced families.

  6. After Typhoon Hainan devastated houses across the Philippines, a jail opened its doors to shelter the inmates of displaced families.

  7. Typhoon victims

    Journal OnlineApr 07 02:48 AM

    MORE than two years after Typhoon Yolanda ravaged the Philippines, the international community still shows a big dose of “malasakit” or compassion to the many victims of the super howler. This despite reports that typhoon victims in the Visayas have been complaining of the alleged snail-paced rehabilitation and rebuilding of…

  8. Filipino woman Janet Irasga had a home, family, and a stable government job when Super Typhoon Yolanda savaged the Philippines in November 2013.

  9. Eye on China, U.S. and Philippines Ramp Up Military Alliance

    International Herald TribuneApr 12 04:03 AM

    A new agreement will allow the United States to spread more American troops, planes and ships across the Philippines than have been there in decades.

  10. By E. San Juan, Jr., Professorial Lecturer, Polytechnic University of the Philippines As the 2016 electoral game here ratchets up to nasty polemics, the US media has mainly focused on the carnival atmosphere of the Republican Party candidates. The Democratic Party in-fighting is just beginning to boil over. Meanwhile, the Obama regime continues its drone…

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