Guiao not buying trade plea of star Lee just yet

MRT won’t resume
operations today

The Metro Rail Transit (MRT) will no longer resume its train operations Saturday. Metro Rail Transit (MRT) spokesman Hernando Cabrera said this was due to the ongoing repair of the communications system of the MRT.


Filipino priest opts
to stay in Africa

Another Filipino missionary has decided to stay in Sierra Leone despite the Ebola outbreak in West Africa although he admitted being scared and at one point considered coming home to the Philippines to avoid being infected with the deadly virus.


PH hunts suspects
in ‘sextortion’ ring

Police arrested eight suspects and are hunting more in connection with an Internet extortion racket that has victimized hundreds of people in Hong Kong, Singapore and Macau, an official said Saturday.


Carpark row bigger
than ‘pork’ scam

The alleged overprice Makati parking building is “bigger than the scandalous pork barrel scam,” Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said Saturday.


Mariah Carey,
hubby split up?

Singer Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon are living separately, Cannon himself said in an interview. “There is trouble in paradise. We have been living in separate houses for a few months,” Cannon told Yahoo’s The Insider.


FEU, La Salle
tie Ateneo for first

Far Eastern University gained a share of first place following a vengeful 66-55 win over University of Santo Tomas in the UAAP Season 77 men's basketball tournament Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena.


PH peace troops
to leave Liberia

The Philippines will pull out its troops serving as United Nations peacekeepers in Golan Heights and Liberia due to health and security threats, the Department of National Defense said on Saturday.


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