San Mig star Yap joins Gilas cheering section

PH troops make
‘greatest escape‎’

Filipino peacekeepers attacked by Syrian rebels managed to escape safely several hours after seven hours of fighting, the military announced on Sunday.


PH troops repel
Syrian rebels

Forty Filipino peacekeepers are battling heavily armed Syrian rebels who are trying to overrun their United Nations encampment on the Golan Heights, Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin said on Saturday.


Binay to get formal
Senate invite

Vice President Jejomar Binay will have his day in the Senate. An entire Senate investigation session will be reserved for Binay to respond to charges over the allegedly overpriced Makati parking building that began construction when he was the mayor, Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III said on Saturday.


Why endorse
Jejomar Binay

What must they be thinking, those sisters of President Benigno Aquino III, endorsing Vice President Jejomar Binay for Liberal Party standard-bearer? Is he really their honest idea of the person best able to carry on the daang matuwid (righteous path) legacy of their brother?


A fallen grain on
tarmac bears fruit

Each year, we gather at the Philippine Consulate to celebrate two special events that are somehow connected or related to each other.


Why Manila’s high
society is in shock

The alleged involvement of a scion of two esteemed families in the murder of her husband has shocked Manila’s high society.


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