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FB GEM-VER cook recounts ordeal after Chinese vessel rammed boat

The cook of the Filipino fishing boat FB GEM-VER recounted the moment a Chinese vessel rammed their boat. He said after the boat was hit, three of their smaller boats tried to approach the Chinese crew to ask for help. But instead of helping them, the Chinese vessel fled. But for Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol, what happened was just "an isolated incident."

NTC issues guidelines on permanent cellphone number

The National Telecommunications Commission releases the guidelines for the implementation of a law that allows mobile phone users to keep their number even when they switch to another service provider.

Fil-Chi business groups vows to help rescued fishermen

The rescued fishermen are thankful to still be alive. But they are worried about getting back on their feet and earning a living again. Some Filipino-Chinese business leaders are lending a hand, but they said this is not an admission that China is guilty in the incident.

Binibining Pilipinas crowns new queens

Six new Filipina queens are set to conquer the global pageant stage. How are they doing more than a week since the Binibining Pilipinas coronation night, and how are they preparing for their respective competitions?

How much does it cost to win an Olympic medal?

Even for an athlete as decorated as Hidilyn Diaz, pursuing her sport still feels like an uphill battle. When the weightlifter took to social media to ask for financial support, it sparked a conversation on the cost of mounting an Olympic campaign.

DILG urges mayors to revoke KAPA permits

In a statement, the agency says this will 'prevent the public from being duped into investing their hard-earned money into an apparently fraudulent investment scheme.'

'The Source' talks to Francisco Duque

'Ghost' dialysis treatments prompted major change in PhilHealth leadership with the President ordering top PhilHealth officials to resign. Is it time to abolish PhilHealth and to postpone the implementation of the Universal Healthcare Law? Let's go straight to #TheSource of the story: Health Secretary Francisco Duque.

Why New Balance turned on Trump over China tariffs

American sneaker company New Balance welcomed President Donald Trump's tough trade stance in 2016, but now, the athletic shoemaker is strongly opposing the President's latest threat to expand tariffs on China.

India is hitting the United States with more tariffs

The tariffs on several US products will go into effect on June 16, India's Finance Ministry says in a statement Saturday. The goods targeted include American apples — which will be hit with a 70% tariff — as well as almonds, lentils and several chemical products.

What would life be like in a zero-carbon country?

Drastic restrictions on almost every aspect of people's lives, from the cars they drive, the way they heat their homes, to the fridges they buy—even the food stored in them. That is the reality of what awaits us in 2050 if a UK government pledge to cut greenhouse emissions to "net zero" is to be met.

NBI releases WellMed owner on bail

This comes after the executive posted a bail of P72,000 in a court case charging him of estafa through falsification of official documents.

Reports: Pelicans agree to trade Davis to Lakers

The New Orleans Pelicans agreed to trade All-Star big man Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers in return for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks — including the No. 4 overall selection in next week’s draft — ESPN reported Saturday.

At least 36 people dead in one of India's longest heatwaves

Intense heat has scorched the country for more than 30 consecutive days, primarily in northern and central India. Temperatures reached 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit) in New Delhi on June 10 — the highest ever recorded in the capital in June.

Toronto Raptors fans willed first NBA title success 'into existence'

And breathe. The Drake curse is over. More poignantly, the rapper and the Toronto Raptors most recognizable fan quickly summed up the depth of feeling in the Canadian city — and Canada — after the team secured its first NBA title after defeating the Golden State Warriors.

DENR looking into total ban on waste imports

The country is said to have welcomed foreign trash when China banned plastic waste in 2018. But we might soon follow suit. The government is now considering a total ban on waste imports after a series of smuggled garbage shipments caught at Philippine ports.