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FILE—This photo taken on October 24, 2016 shows US Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg (C) listening to speeches beside Philippines’ Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana (L) during the turn-over ceremony of a newly acquired C-130T cargo plane from the US at a military airbase in Manila. (TED ALJIBE / AFP | Manila Bulletin)

US wants to stay in south Philippines: envoy

by Agence France-Presse The United States wants to remain involved in the campaign to quell Islamic militancy in the southern Philippines, its outgoing ambassador to…


Chinese President Xi Jinping, right shows the way to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a welcome ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan | Manila Bulletin)

China commits aid for Lawin recovery

by Roy Mabasa China has committed RMB 5 million (roughly P35 million) to aid the Philippine government in its anti-disaster efforts following the onslaught of…

MB FILE - First batch of 180 OFW stranded in Saudi Arabia arrived at Ninoy Aquino International AIrport (NAIA) of eleven (11) Filipino workers who were repatriated from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as their health are deteriorating and needs medical attention. (Ariel Fernandez) | Manila Bulletin

Repatriated OFWs from Saudi get gov’t assistance

by Mike Crismundo BUTUAN CITY – Seventy-four Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) received relief assistance from the government, the regional office of the Overseas Workers Welfare…

Flooding caused by Supertyphoon Lawin / Manila Bulletin

China offers aid to typhoon-hit Philippines

by Philippines News Agency BEIJING — The Red Cross Society of China will offer USD100,000 worth of humanitarian aid to the Philippines after the havoc…