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Indonesia says at least one killed, 60 feared buried in illegal mine landslide

Indonesia says at least one killed, 60 feared buried in illegal mine landslide

JAKARTA - Indonesia's disaster agency said on Wednesday rescuers were searching for survivors after more than 60 people were feared buried by the collapse of an illegal gold mine on the island of Sulawesi.

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SHEPHERDING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES….THE GUARDIAN ANGEL FORUM

SHEPHERDING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES….THE GUARDIAN ANGEL FORUM

“Circles of loving, network of caring.” QUEZON CITY- The church has always been regarded as a spiritual sanctuary and safe abode where people can come to worship God free from worries about violence and threats. It is imperative that while churches focus on spiritual needs, they must not forget the security and safety of God’s people.

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Typhoon Wutip may enter PAR on Thursday

Typhoon Wutip may enter PAR on Thursday

MANILA - Typhoon Wutip may enter the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) on Thursday, state weather bureau PAGASA said.

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Typhoon ‘Wutip’ still outside PAR; fair weather expected

Typhoon ‘Wutip’ still outside PAR; fair weather expected

MANILA, Philippines — The weather bureau sees fair weather prevailing over the country on Sunday as typhoon “Wutip” (international name) remained outside the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR).

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Measles outbreak death toll hits 136

Measles outbreak death toll hits 136

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) has launched an infomercial featuring boxing champion and Sen. Manny Pacquiao to reduce the number of measles cases after the disease claimed the lives of 136 children from January to Feb. 16 this year.

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3 Maute bandits surrender in Lanao del Sur

3 Maute bandits surrender in Lanao del Sur

Three Maute members submitted themselves to the troops of the Army”s 49th Infantry Battalion in Sultan Dumalondong, Lanao del Sur on Monday, February 18, 2019.

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National policy to protect wetlands pushed

National policy to protect wetlands pushed

Loss and degradation threaten the Philippines’ numerous wetlands, and both government officials and environment groups are calling for a national conservation policy — before it’s too late.

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Measles vaccination in tents, fast-food chains

Measles vaccination in tents, fast-food chains

The government targets to vaccinate about 12 million Filipinos against measles through its mass immunization campaign

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Cold mornings until end of the month

Cold mornings until end of the month

MANILA, Philippines — The northeast monsoon (amihan) will continue to bring cold mornings in the country until the end of the month, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said yesterday.

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African swine fever now in ASEAN

African swine fever now in ASEAN

MANILA, Philippines — The African swine fever has crossed over to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), prompting the Philippines to further tighten security by banning pork imports from neighboring Vietnam in efforts to protect the P200-billion local hog industry.

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World Radio Day 2019 is a day to celebrate the power of radio

Radio broadcasters and their sales houses are this year, again celebrating World Radio Day, as declared by UNESCO in November 2011.

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HIV/AIDS cases starting to plateau — DOH

HIV/AIDS cases starting to plateau — DOH

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Health (DOH) has recorded a relatively slight increase in the number of HIV/AIDS cases in the past two years.

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4-month-old baby dies after getting measles; Duque spearheads mass immunization

4-month-old baby dies after getting measles; Duque spearheads mass immunization

Published February 10, 2019 2:57pm A four-month-old baby died in Tarlac City after contracting measles, according to a report by Mav Gonzales on Balitanghali on GMA News TV on Sunday.

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Light rain expected across Luzon – PAGASA

Light rain expected across Luzon – PAGASA

Published February 11, 2019 4:01am The northeast monsoon would bring cloudy conditions and light rain over Cagayan, Isabela, Quirino, Aurora, and Quezon; as well as partly cloudy to cloudy conditions and isolated light rain over over the rest of Luzon, PAGASA predicted in a Monday morning forecast.

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5.1 magnitude aftershock hits Surigao on Sunday

5.1 magnitude aftershock hits Surigao on Sunday

MANILA, Philippines — A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Surigao del Norte the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said on Sunday.

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DR Congo Ebola death toll passes 500: health ministry

DR Congo Ebola death toll passes 500: health ministry

Published February 10, 2019, 8:41 AM More than 500 people have died from the latest outbreak of Ebola in DR Congo, but a vaccination programme has prevented thousands more deaths, the country’s health minister told AFP.

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More than 20,000 people infected in measles outbreak in Madagascar

More than 20,000 people infected in measles outbreak in Madagascar

(CNN) — Measles found Hasina Raharimandimby and her family. Over three heartbreaking days in late January, three of her young children died of the virus.

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Pagasa: Effects of ‘amihan’ will prevail; cloudy skies expected

Pagasa: Effects of ‘amihan’ will prevail; cloudy skies expected

MANILA, Philippines — The northeast monsoon or “amihan” will be the prevailing weather over the extreme northern monsoon, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) forecast disclosed on Saturday.

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PNP reiterates ban on liquid substances in LRT, MRT for ‘public safety’

PNP reiterates ban on liquid substances in LRT, MRT for ‘public safety’

The Philippine National Police (PNP) appealed to the public on Friday to bear with authorities implementing a policy which prohibits the carrying of liquid materials in train stations since it is for the safety of the general public.

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More than 70 deaths nationwide linked to measles outbreak

More than 70 deaths nationwide linked to measles outbreak

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, February 8) — More than 70 people have died this year due to measles after the Health Department declared an outbreak of the highly contagious disease in different regions.

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