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‘Standing Together’ Only Hope For Lebanon, Say NGO Volunteers

Following the Beirut explosion, here's how Lebanon can recover according to some NGO volunteers.

Bangladesh Floods Death Toll Hits 184

Bangladesh registers 10 more deaths in floods, taking the fatalities count to 184 as the South Asian country faces one of the worst floods in history.

Bridal Photoshoot Captures Beirut Explosion

How would you handle this once in a lifetime experience?

Indonesia’s Economy Shrinks After Over 20 Years

Indonesia's economy takes a drastic toll due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How Indonesia Is ‘Taking Care’ Of Its Deceased COVID-19 Patients

Indonesian hospitals have a method on how to contain the infectious COVID-19 from departed patients.

Fauci: US Could See 100K Daily Coronavirus Cases

FAUCI: "We are now having 40,000+ new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around."

ASEAN, Australia Diplomats Pledge Cooperation VS. COVID-19

ASEAN and Australia diplomats agreed to further cooperation in researching and manufacturing of a COVID-19 vaccine and medicines, ensuring all people would get access to them.

Chinese Pres. Xi Signs New Hong Kong Security Law

China’s president on Tuesday signed a decree imposing a controversial new security law on Hong Kong, local media reported.

China Approves Coronavirus Drug For Limited Use

The potential vaccine has received approval for a year and can be used only on essential services workers such as the military.

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PLDT Assures Stable Internet Connection During Maintenance Works

PLDT assures its users that their connection would be stable during its emergency maintenance works.

Taguig Inaugurates COVID-19 ‘Mega-Complex’ Facility

Taguig City inaugurates its COVID-19 mega-complex facility which will host the new city-run Molecular Laboratory, the Lakeshore Mega-quarantine facility, and the Lakeshore National Testing Facility.

Palace Believes AFP Not Involved In Fake FB Accounts

Malacañang believes that none of the fake accounts taken down by Facebook are accounts managed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

CA Junks Suit Filed By Customs Exec Accused Of Corruption

The Court of Appeals dismisses for lack of merit a petition filed by Bureau of Customs official Teodoro Jumamil questioning his suspension by the Office of the Ombudsman.

PH Displays ‘Int’l Leadership’ For Call To Address Climate Change

The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, an international climate and energy policy group based in the Philippines, lauds the Philippine government for its display of "international leadership" at the 75th United Nations General Assembly.

Mobile Legends: Unveils New Trailer, New Hero Updates and Improved Gaming Experience

Expect a more immersive experience with the new era of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang!

San Juan Aids Hearing-Impaired Man Return Home

A locally stranded person with disability receive assistance from San Juan City.

Group: Bulacan Airport Biggest ‘Ray Of Hope’ For Migrant Workers

Groups of migrant workers laud the plan of San Miguel Corporation to construct an international airport in Bulacan saying it as a potential source of employment and livelihood opportunities for displaced local and overseas workers displaced.