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Aquino downplays
ISIS threat in PH

President Benigno Aquino III has downplayed the threat posed by the extremist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in the Philippines, saying the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has been helping prevent Filipino Muslims from getting drawn to the terrorist group.


FEU holds on, beats
DLSU for 2nd spot

Far Eastern University held off De La Salle, 65-60, in a playoff for the last twice-to-beat advantage in the UAAP Season 77 men's basketball tournament Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena.


‘If I knew him, I’d
want to kill him’

Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has said he would like to kill whoever is behind the movement to make him run for President in the 2016 elections, saying he would rather die early than enter Malacañang.


Storm ‘Mario’
lashes Taiwan

Tropical storm Fung-Wong, which left 10 dead in the Philippines, on Sunday pounded Taiwan with torrential downpours and strong winds, forcing the cancellation of dozens of flights and ferry services.


I must write to let
young people know

As I begin this narrative, I must confess the fear and trepidation creeping through me again.


‘San Juanico Bridge’
and other tortures

In April 1977, martial law enforcers of dictator Ferdinand Marcos arrested Trinidad Herrera, an internationally known community leader from Manila’s Tondo district, and tortured her.


‘Yolanda’ aid
goes viral

The country’s civil society organizations bore witness to how netizens could be a force to reckon with in the ongoing rehabilitation of areas badly hit by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan), which devastated the country on Nov. 8 last year.


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ANAO is committed to find ways to tap the profitable export market. PHOTOS BY WILLIE LOMIBAO ANAO is committed to find ways to tap the profitable export market. PHOTOS BY WILLIE LOMIBAO

Tarlac town profits from ‘ylang-ylang’ oil

One knows he is already in Anao town in Tarlac province when he sees “ylang-ylang” (Cananga…

Mining companies have expressed their uneasiness over a proposed bill of the interagency Mining Industry Coordinating Council, under which the government will receive a 10-percent share in the industry’s gross sale, or 55 percent of the adjusted net mining revenue, plus a share in windfall profit, whichever is higher. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Miners air anxiety over proposed bill

Mining companies in the country have expressed their uneasiness over a proposed bill of the interagency…

PH stocks gain on Fed news

The local stock index on Thursday gained for a third session in a row as investors…


Executives develop a taste for Scotland’s single malts

Conrado Banal, Inquirer Business columnist and avid golfer, shared some interesting trivia on the relevance of…

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The Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Visual Arts and Museum Division is accepting proposals for the 2015 Venue Grant Program.

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