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Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber visited young victims of Typhoon Haiyan on Tuesday, traveling to the Philippines after launching a worldwide campaign to help those affected by the deadly storm.
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Chiara Zambrano's "They are Alive" video of Leyte folk seeking kin or rescue had just started airing on TV Patrol, silencing the entire household, when a slow-loading laptop scrolled open the Daily Mail's sensational story on the alleged diversion of UK relief aid for Yolanda victims.
Secretary of State John Kerry is returning to the Mideast for more peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians and then will travel on to Vietnam and the Philippines.
SIX hundred residents of Yarrawonga, including members of the local footy club, have lost $73m with the collapse of the Vlahos punting club.
CBM chair Felix Tiukinhoy Jr. said in a press conference yesterday that aligning CBM's activities with what will happen in the next two years will help the Cebu business community address the opportunities and challenges that the Asean integration would bring.
Fast food retains its position as the largest and the fastest-growing category in the Philippine consumer foodservice industry.
Contributed photo I had been living in a two-floor apartment in Beijing. My friend Jonas set me up on a couch there when I arrived.
FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop has visited typhoon-devastated communities in the Philippines, pledging another $10 million to Australia's aid effort.
The Department of Tourism will likely miss its five-million tourist arrival target this year due to the impact of the recent natural calamities that hit the country, a DOT official said.
Donation from Vietnamese-Americans. Ambassador John Maisto, President of the US-Philippines Society, receives a check for $200,000 from Dieu Quyen Nguyen, Executive Director of the Ben Em Dang Co Ta Foundation.
President Benigno S. Aquino III welcomed President Thein Sein of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar during arrival honors in MalacaA ang Palace on Thursday.
A FOREIGNER'S take on culture in parts of the Philippines, including Cebu province in Central Visayas, has gone viral on the Internet.
As the Philippines struggles to recover from the typhoon and all missing Danes have been found, one Danish citizen in critical condition is left without much hope in a local hospital In Vicente Sotto Hospital in Cebu City, Philippines, 47-year-old Michael Christensen of the Zealand town of Maribo, lies with serious injuries sustained in a ... (more)