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How does the rest of the world observe Holy Week?
The real origin of the name ‘Cebu’ and ‘Sugbu’
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Bantayan Island’s source of income
Read the hilarious text message Kendrick Lamar’s mom sent him
Beyonce is offering college scholarships
This ‘Bootleg Gold’ band has a new species of ant named after them
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Travel Makeup Kit 101
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Japan puts mango-wrapped Kit Kat’s on your pizza! Check it out.
Unique Ice Flavors from around the world we must try at least once
Lab-grown meat will replace real meat in the future
There’s a gadget that tests food for allergies and gluten
What is the World Video Game Hall of Fame?
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Who is Chuck Berry? – The Father of Rock and Roll
The Supreme Court has ordered Vice President Leni Robredo to pay at least P8 million in a non-extendible period of 5 day, a partial payment for the vote recount she requested last year. The court charged her 15 million for the service fee she still hasn’t paid for questioning almost 8,050 clustered precincts during the elections.
Australia’s Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has slammed North Korea after its state-run newspaper identified Darwin, North Territory, Australia as the site of a possible nuclear war. This news comes just a week after the U.S. marines touched down in Darwin for a six-month deployment, during which they will conduct military training exercises with Australian and visiting Chinese forces.
It has been reported that yesterday, North Korea's military staged a "large-scale artillery drill" around the Wonsan region in the country's east. The drills coincided with military exercises held by US and South Korean navies in the Yellow Sea. Meanwhile, the South Korean President's Office said a meeting had been held to discuss the situation.
Crising, the low pressure area that hit Visayas last week not only claimed several lives but also wreaked havoc in millions worth of damages. An assessment report of the Cebu Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office pegged total damage brought about by Tropical Depression Crising at P84.8 million, so far.
APRIL 26 : Today in 2001, Destiny's Child were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Survivor', Janet Jackson was at No.1 on the US chart with 'All For You' and Shaggy had the Australian No.1 single with 'It Wasn't Me'.