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CHED to impose fieldtrip moratorium after Tanay bus accident

By Merlina Hernando-Malipot After a fatal bus accident in Tanay,…

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More than 150 cops defy Duterte’s Basilan deployment order

By Aaron Recuenco More than 150 police officers defied President…

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AFP to operate only vs high-level drug dealers, syndicates

By Philippine News Agency Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)…

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Only 53 ‘scalawag’ cops deployed to Basilan

By MB Online and Aaron Recuenco Only 53 of the…

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Alvarez wants to regulate social media use

By Charissa Luci Alarmed by the prevalence of fake, malicious…

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PH raises concern over N. Korea missile launch

By Roy C. Mabasa The Philippines expressed its grave concern…
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Everyone can be a servant leader – Cardinal Tagle

By Leslie Ann G. Aquino Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio G.…
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Church to go all out vs death penalty bill

By Leslie Ann G. Aquino, Mario B. Casayuran and Ellson…
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DAR condemns killing of farmer in N. Cotabato

by Aytch Dela Cruz Another farmer-activist has been shot dead…

9 charged for cutting park trees

By Tara Yap  Iloilo City — The Department of Environment…

ASEAN delegates arrive in Boracay

By Jun N. Aguirre Boracay — Delegates to the Foreign…
Flood-affected residents use a rubber boat in an inundated neighbourhood in Jakarta on February 21, 2017. (AFP PHOTO / STR / MANILA BULLETIN)

Widespread flooding hits Indonesian capital

By Agence France-Presse Jakarta was hit by widespread flooding on…
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Nepal to hold first local elections in 20 years

By Agence France-Presse Nepal will hold its first local elections…
A woman stops with her dog to watch water flow into the iconic Glory Hole spillway at Monticello Dam Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, in Lake Berryessa, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg / MANILA BULLETIN)

Evacuations ordered amid heavy Northern California rain

By Associated Press Evacuations were ordered in Northern California on Monday…
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Australian authorities to release deadly virus to stop pest rabbits

By Philippine News Agency It is bad news…
Scientists in Britain found that small ponds - a metre (three feet) across - gradually lose the capacity to soak up one kind of greenhouse gas and give off even more of another (AFP Photo/DAMIEN MEYER) / MANILA BULLETIN)

Small ponds have outsized impact on global warming: study

By Agence France-Presse Tiny natural ponds pose an…
An illustration provided to Reuters February 18, 2017 shows what geologists are calling Zealandia (C), a continent two-thirds the size of Australia lurking beneath the waves in the southwest Pacific. (Nick Mortimer/GNS Science Research Institute/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE) | Manila Bulletin

Scientists claim existence of drowned Pacific Ocean continent

By Reuters A continent two-thirds the size of…
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Pollution reaches “unbearable” level to humanity: UN official

By Philippine News Agency Pollution has reached a…