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Philippines man dies 'after doing 300 squats for breaching Covid curfew' | Philippines | The Guardian In Sync, 28 Years Old, Police Chief, Another Man, The Province, Allegedly, The Guardian, Southeast Asia, Squats

Filipino man dies 'after doing 300 squats for breaching Covid curfew'

The 28-year-old was allegedly caught by village guards buying water after curfew

MANILA, Philippines — Rather than just relying on an extension of the enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila and four nearby provinces to curb the surge in COVID-19 cases, the government Country Report, Private Hospitals, Manila Philippines, Health Department, Strategic Planning, The Province, Weekend Is Over, Enough Is Enough, The Expanse

Extended lockdown not enough – Marikina Mayor Teodoro

MANILA, Philippines — Rather than just relying on an extension of the enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila and four nearby provinces to curb the surge in COVID-19 cases, the government

The Chinese vessels were anchored in Sabina Shoal.

Philippines Successfully Drives Away 7 Chinese Vessels

The Chinese vessels were anchored in Sabina Shoal.

‘An example to many’: journalist Maria Ressa wins Unesco press freedom prize | Maria Ressa | The Guardian Rodrigo Duterte, Fight For Freedom, War On Drugs, Philippines, The Guardian, Fake News, Around The Worlds

‘An example to many’: journalist Maria Ressa wins Unesco press freedom prize

Ressa has been subject to sustained campaign of gendered online abuse and has been targeted by Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte

DOH detects more virus variant cases | Inquirer News Steak Casserole, Potato Casserole, Best Deserts Ever, Kiwi, Loaded Chicken And Potatoes, Shrimp Cakes, Apple Dumplings, Philly Cheese, Chocolate Fudge Cake

DOH detects more virus variant cases

MANILA, Philippines — Highly infectious variants of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, were predominant among sample cases of the disease taken from around the country and recently

Carpio: PH must exercise rights to build structures within EEZ in WPS | Global News Exclusive Economic Zone, High Tide, Global News, Philippines, Exercise, Building, Ejercicio, Buildings, Excercise

Carpio: PH must exercise rights to build structures within EEZ in WPS

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines should exercise its rights and build structures within its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the West Philippine Sea to deter foreign incursions, retired

MANILA, Philippines — Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana should “walk the talk” amid China’s “creeping invasion” in the West Philippine Sea, Surigao del Norte Rep. Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Chinese Boat, Exclusive Economic Zone, Fish Activities, Union Bank, Puerto Princesa, Fishing Vessel, Take Shelter

Walk the talk on China’s ‘creeping invasion’ in WPS, Lorenzana told

MANILA, Philippines — Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana should “walk the talk” amid China’s “creeping invasion” in the West Philippine Sea, Surigao del Norte Rep.

US Navy ship sunk nearly 80 years ago reached in world's deepest shipwreck dive | Philippines | The Guardian Samar, Uss Johnston, Philippines, Us Navy Destroyers, Gun Turret, Leyte, Imperial Japanese Navy, Us Navy Ships, Vivian Maier

US navy ship sunk nearly 80 years ago reached in world's deepest shipwreck dive

Destroyer resting nearly 6.5km below sea level still has gun turrets and torpedo racks in place

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY –– The Chinese fleet currently at the West Philippine Sea demanded a Philippine military aircraft conducting an aerial patrol to “leave immediately” as it flew over Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Chinese Boat, Exclusive Economic Zone, Fish Activities, Union Bank, Puerto Princesa, Fishing Vessel, Take Shelter

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PUERTO PRINCESA CITY –– The Chinese fleet currently at the West Philippine Sea demanded a Philippine military aircraft conducting an aerial patrol to “leave immediately” as it flew over

Wanted: nurses – Manila Bulletin Private Hospitals, Manila, Nurses, Philippines, Being A Nurse

Wanted: nurses

Medium Rare No doubt, we need them. Wanted, not only for the “frontliners” and heroes that they are, but because they are just like us. They feel pain and disappointment. They work their butts off to serve their fellowmen, their own families. They are human and get tired, depressed, they want to

Weekly oil price hikes: Profit-making or genuine market dynamics? – Manila Bulletin Moving Average, Oil Industry, The Day Will Come, Manila, Philippines, Hiking, Marketing, How To Make, Walks

Weekly oil price hikes: Profit-making or genuine market dynamics?

As consumers complain of dizzying hikes in oil prices, or at times, unsatisfied at the amount of rollbacks in recent weeks, the oil companies are consequentially suspect of profit-taking. The deregulation of the downstream oil industry is already traversing roughly 23 years -- yet the fires of cont

South China Sea: alarm in Philippines as 200 Chinese vessels gather at disputed reef | South China Sea | The Guardian Shiga, Palawan, Chinese Boat, Fishing Vessel, Sea Captain, Marine Environment, My Marine, Navy Ships, Coast Guard

South China Sea: alarm in Philippines as 200 Chinese vessels gather at disputed reef

Philippines defence chief says vessels at Whitsun reef are manned by militias rather than fishermen, and accuses Beijing of ‘provocation’

MANILA, Philippines — The presence of Chinese vessels at a reef in the West Philippine Sea could be a “prelude” of China’s occupation, retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Chinese Boat, Exclusive Economic Zone, Fish Activities, Union Bank, Puerto Princesa, Fishing Vessel, Take Shelter

Carpio: Chinese ships in West PH Sea reef could be a ‘prelude’ to occupation

MANILA, Philippines — The presence of Chinese vessels at a reef in the West Philippine Sea could be a “prelude” of China’s occupation, retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio

Philippine troops rescue Indonesian hostages and kill top Abu Sayyaf militant | Philippines | The Guardian Shiga, Resorts In Philippines, Manila Philippines, Mindanao, Military Officer, Al Jazeera, Military Operations, Insurgent, Political News

Philippine troops rescue Indonesian hostages and kill top Abu Sayyaf militant

The military says Majan Sahidjuan, a mastermind in several kidnappings by Abu Sayyaf, died after a gun battle

Baguio Market isn’t your usual ‘palengke’ | Inquirer News Baguio City, Batangas, We The People, Philippines, Marketing, News

Baguio Market isn’t your usual ‘palengke’

BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines — Freelance writer Luchie Maranan describes herself as “laking-palengke” (someone who grew up in the public market), as she remembers how the city’s