Rescuers, racing against time to pull out people trapped under the rubble of the four-storey supermarket which collapsed during yesterday's quake.
Nine people have been rescued this afternoon. Unfortunately, five others were found dead.
'I don't think that I should be spending for their building (Marawi). Hindi ako magga-gasta ng ano. Maraming pera ang mga tao diyan. Every Maranao there is a businessman,' President Rodrigo Duterte says during a situation briefing in Pampanga.
Let's go straight to The Source of the story: PHIVOLCS Director Renato Solidum and MMDA Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Chief of Staff Michael Salalima and Porac, Pampanga Mayor Carling dela Cruz.
Malacañang zeroing in on those who supposedly helped spread the so-called "bikoy" videos. These videos linked president Duterte's family and his long time aide to the illegal drug trade. The Palace now naming journalists, whom it says are involved in an ouster plot against the president.
More than 300 Chinese business leaders will fly to Manila this week to attend the high-level China-led 'Boao Economic Forum for Asia' conference. What's in it for China and more importantly what's in it for Filipinos?
Catholic devotees in barangay San Fernando, Pampanga continue their Good Friday tradition of reliving Christ's suffering with passion play and reenactment of Christ's crucifixion. The Catholic church however has long discourage actual crucifixion of devotees as a form of sacrifice for the Holy Week.
Coinciding with the resumption of work following the Holy Week break, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will hold a dry run of the provincial bus ban tomorrow. Meanwhile, the operations of elevated trains in the metro will also resume.
The process of recomposition essentially turns dead bodies into soil, a practice colloquially known as "human composting." According to the bill's language, this is the practice of "contained, accelerated conversion of human remains to soil."
A recently-passed bill officially recognizes the Ainu of Hokkaido as an "indigenous" people of Japan. The bill also includes measures to make Japan a more inclusive society for the Ainu, strengthen their local economies and bring visibility to their culture.
Against the backdrop of warming ties between the Philippines and China, over 300 top Chinese business leaders will fly to Manila to attend the Boao Economic Forum for Asia Conference this upcoming week.