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Updated: 5th February 2020 14:10Manila

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World News
Officials have warned the volcano, which began erupting on Sunday, could be on the cusp of a much bigger and more dangerous eruption.
World News
Typhoon Phanfone stranded people in sea and airports at the peak of holiday travel, flooded villages and knocked out power in entire provinces.
Weird News
Officials estimated the value of the unusual shipment at $5,900.
World News
The blasts blew away the entrance to the cathedral and ripped through the main hall.

World News
Four people were killed and seven were missing, officials said.
Green
“When we throw something away, there is no ‘away.’ These global corporations are locking us into cheap, disposable plastics
World News
Dozens of journalists in the Philippines have been killed with impunity over the last decade.
World News
“That chubby face that looks kind," he said. "That son of a bitch."
World News
Many of the dead suffocated in the chaos as guests and staff tried to flee choking smoke at the complex.
Politics
The Philippines’ police chief said on Friday there was no indication the shooting incident at a Manila gaming resort was related to terrorism.
World News
Philippine police deny that the incident was linked to terrorism.
Parents
I received the news yesterday on my way to work that my mother is struggling to recover from a heart failure and seizure
The WorldPost
Over the course of 10 hours, the blaze engulfed more than 1,000 homes.
The WorldPost
“Our governments will maybe discuss in some period of time the possibilities of our maritime exercises.”
The World Post
For decades Asia was thought to be unable to translate populist political sentiment into change at the ballot box, with communist
The World Post
Never previously has a state of emergency been declared as a result of a single bombing or kidnappings, which were in any
The WorldPost
Over 2,400 people have been killed in less than three months.