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Sisters give free water to stranded EDSA commuters during INC rally

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Like many other stranded commuters, sisters Ela and Frances Florendo complained about the heavy traffic caused by the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) rally on EDSA from the...

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A prayer for climate

Today, September 1, is marked by the Catholic church as the World Day of Prayer for the Care of our Common Home. Although it has been done by the church since 1989, this year may be more significant as...

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Climate advocates launch 'Road to Paris' caravan

MANILA, Philippines – Climate advocates led by The Climate Reality Project (CRP), a global movement founded by Nobel Laureate and former US Vice President Al Gore, launched a Philippine-wide climate...

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How mining continuously rapes nature

The Philippine Mining Act of 1995 states that only Filipinos or 60% Filipino-owned corporations can engage in the mining business. However, a Chinese named Joseph Sy is the registered owner of...

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White house honors undocumented Filipino teacher

MANILA, Philippines – Jaime Ballesteros is a Filipino teacher with Teach for America, an organization that places college graduates to teach in public schools in low-income areas across the United...

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MILF backs RH services in Bangsamoro

MANILA, Philippines – The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) fully supports the delivery of reproductive health services to women in Bangsamoro communities, especially in conflict areas.  “This is a...

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What to do when you find missing kids

MANILA, Philippines - A photo of two girls who were allegedly found in Barangay Camias in San Miguel town in Bulacan is making the rounds online. Based on a viral Facebook post by Michael JB Santos,...

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Urban poor's #TheLeaderIWant: Consult, listen, deliver

MANILA, Philippines – Urban poor community leaders Milagros Bendeho and Paz Seming have seen anti-poverty projects both fail and succeed in Caloocan City throughout their more than two decades of...

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Group urges gov't to act on food insecurity amid economic 'growth'

MANILA, Philippines – The government should “step up” its efforts in addressing food insecurity in the Philippines amidst an “improving economy,” the Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population...

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Stop calling Grace Poe a 'foundling': Drop the 'F' word

How would you feel if someone reminded you over and over about a sad time in your life you yourself would rather forget? Not so good, that’s for sure. Most people would prefer to put the matter behind...

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Antique town trains barangay emergency responders

ANTIQUE, Philippines – For the 4th year in a row, this first-class municipality and capital town of the Antique province San Jose de Buenavista held its annual Rescue Olympics on July 30 – 31, 2015 at...

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'Sayang' Poe: Grace and the INC

A friend told me that hope simply means disappointment after disappointment. I smirked at the thought as untrue, and yet, I cannot ignore the negative feeling I felt upon hearing Senator Grace Poe’s...

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Coding is not the cure to Metro Manila traffic

Metro Manila has been under various forms of the Unified Vehicle Volume Reduction Program, more commonly known by the names “number coding,” “color coding,” or simply “coding” since 1995. In 20 years...

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HK misses PH overseas voter registration target by 2,000

HONG KONG – Just 2,000 more and the Consulate would have reached its target of 20,000 new voters for next year's presidential election.This was disclosed to The SUN on August 26 by Jethro Tull de la...

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How the Paris climate deal can save lives

BONN, Germany - All roads lead to Paris in December to ensure that every country will act on climate change. The Conference of Parties (COP) 21 is expected to come up with a legally binding and...

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On abortion, the Pope, priests should not dictate on women

Pope Francis, dearly beloved by many, welcomed September with seemingly liberating news: He asked priests to pardon women who had abortions. The Pope also shed some holy light on the "sin" that is...

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RUN50: A pastor’s race for the next generation

MANILA, Philippines - Two thousand. Two hundred. Twenty. Forty-four. On Saturday, September 5 at 3 AM in Maasim, Sarangani, a town in Mindanao lying at the southernmost tip of the country, these...

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Tsaa Laya: The art of growing tea and creating work for the poor

LAGUNA, Philippines – Every time you hold a cup of warm tea in your hands, you can rest in the knowledge that your tea came from tea leaves somewhere out in the world, sprouting fresh from the earth...

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'Lahat Dapat': No child should be left malnourished

MANILA, Philippines – Wise beyond her years, 12-year-old Melcha dreams big not just for herself but also for her family. However, poverty continues to be an obstacle.  In their household, food is...

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Mimaropa to world leaders: Strong climate deal, please

MANILA, Philippines — With the Paris climate talks nearing, Region IV-B or Mimaropa is calling on world leaders to agree on a strong climate change agreement to reduce carbon emissions. Eleuterio Raza...

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