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Dozens shot in Chicago in burst of weekend gun violence

A burst of shootings over the weekend left at least 11 people dead and dozens more wounded in Chicago, the latest evidence of runaway gun violence in the third largest US city.


Saudi Arabia to relocate students from Canada

Saudi Arabia has suspended scholarships to Canada and will relocate students already there, state media said Monday, after the kingdom abruptly cut ties with Ottawa over criticism of its jailing of rights activists.

(L-R) John Stull - President & CEO;Cara Ramirez - Head Communication;Steph Fogoso - Environment Manager; and Ram Maganti - Senior Vice President for Marketing and innovations.

Holcim PH targets 400K beneficiaries of CSR programs by 2020

Building solutions provider Holcim Philippines, Inc. aims to help close to 400,000 people in its communities by 2020 through programs for shelter, infrastructure, education, livelihood, health and safety as part of its social responsibility and sustainability commitments to have a more positive impact on development.


Rappers in Paris airport brawl to remain in custody for a month

Two of France’s biggest rap stars were on Friday ordered to spend a month in custody after a brawl between them and their entourages delayed flights and forced a partial shutdown of a Paris airport.

The laying of the time capsule at the Gateway Mall 2 site, participated in by Araneta Center, Inc senior executives, and officials of Megawide Construction Corp.

Groundbreaking ceremony held for Araneta Center’s Gateway Mall 2

Araneta Group officials and executives from partner Megawide Construction Corporation led the ceremonial groundbreaking and time capsule laying at the site of the new mall on Tuesday, July 31.

Rodrigo Duterte (Presidential Communications Operations Office | Wikimedia Commons)

Malacañang condemns Basilan attack

Malacañang condemned the car bomb explosion, which left at least 10 people dead in Lamitan City, Basilan on Tuesday morning.


DTI notes price surge of basic goods in Region 8

The Department of Trade and Industry has noted an increase in prices of basic goods in Eastern Visayas between January to early July this year due to adjustments in the prices of raw and packaging materials.

Five barangays of Calasiao, Pangasinan are still flooded as of Monday, July 30, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Calasiao MDRRMO)

Pangasinan town’s agri, infra losses from floods hit P318-M

The massive flooding in the province caused by the recent weather disturbances has resulted in a total of PHP317,912,000 worth of damages to infrastructure, agriculture, and public works in this town.

Crime Scene (Pixabay)

Man admits Australia child suitcase murder

A man pleaded guilty Tuesday to killing a young mother and her toddler, whose skeleton was found in a suitcase on the side of a road, ending a case that baffled police and shocked Australians.

The newly inaugurated Quezon City Hall Police Precinct (Photo courtesy of QC Public Affairs Department)

QC has new police precinct building at city hall

The Quezon City government has provided the city police with a new building, with the aim of serving and protecting the public better.