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7 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News
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.
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12 hrs ago | Weekend Balita
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.
12 hrs ago | Weekend Balita
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)
This week in Colombia's Caribbean coastal city of Cartagena, 25 local and international artists will complete a total of 30 murals throughout the city, as part of the First International Festival of Urban Art in Colombia.
MANILA: The number of tourists arriving from India to the Philippines is expected to double from 46,000 last year to 100,000 in 2014, the Philippines News Agency said Wednesday citing an Indian tourism operators group.
In the first eight months of 2013, the Philippines welcomed over 3 million international visitors with Korean, American and Japanese visitors being lead contributors.
Philippine soldiers walk near a military C-130 plane as they prepare to go to Tacloban city, at the Villamor Airbase, in Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013.
From left, new citizens Marlon and Maida Macatual with daughter Maive, from the Philippines, Cecilia Liu from China, Patamyai Hla from Burma and Sherene Marais and Gareth Poley from South Africa.
The islands affected by the devastating typhoon don't just need aid. They need to let the world know they are still is tourism business.
A few friends and I are supporting recovery work in the Philippines via holiday sales of our cards, music, jewelry and tshirts.
National flag carrier Philippines Airlines , jointly owned by taipan Lucio Tan and diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp. , is flying back to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia starting today to serve 1.8 million Filipinos living and working in the region.