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18 Sep
The 15th International Arts and Crafts (INAC 2022) Expo was recently held in Abuja with over 32 countries of the world in attendance.
6 Sep
Manny Pacquiao, who retired from boxing last year for a tilt at the Philippines presidency, told AFP on Tuesday that he is considering an exhibition fight in Saudi Arabia in January.
2 Sep
Expectations are high across the world for a divine experience as the ReachOut World Live with Pastor Chris begins today September 2.
22 Aug
Millions of children in the Philippines returned to school as the academic year started on Monday, with many taking their seats in classrooms for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic hit.
20 Aug
Dozens of people were injured in the southern Philippines Saturday in a crush of students and parents seeking a cash handout ahead of the reopening of schools, authorities said.
1 Aug
The Philippines has no plan to rejoin the International Criminal Court, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Monday, with the tribunal's prosecutor seeking to resume a probe into the ex-president's deadly drug war.
29 Jul
The Philippines has detected its first case of monkeypox in a person with a history of overseas travel, officials said Friday.
28 Jul
Anxious residents slept outside after hundreds of aftershocks rattled the earthquake-hit northern Philippines, locals said Thursday, as President Ferdinand Marcos Jr inspected damage in the region.
27 Jul
A 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed at least four people in the northern Philippines Wednesday, toppling buildings, and shaking high-rise towers more than 300 kilometres (185 miles) away in the capital Manila.
25 Jul
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr vowed Monday to slash poverty, rein in soaring food prices and boost renewable energy, as he unveiled an ambitious blueprint for his six-year term.
14 Jul
The Philippine central bank announced a surprise interest rate hike Thursday, raising borrowing costs for the third straight month and warning more could follow as officials try to rein in surging energy and food prices.
12 Jun
A volcano in the Philippines spewed a huge column of ash into the sky on Sunday, blanketing a region still recovering from last week's eruption.

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