De Lima survives ‘near-death’ hostage situation
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Former Senator Leila de Lima says she is safe after a hostage situation inside Camp Crame in Quezon City on Sunday morning, October 9.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. signs the SIM Card Registration Act on Monday, October 10, which requires Filipinos to register their SIM card with any government-issued identification document in an ambitious move to combat fraud.
A three-year-old child nicknamed “Ammy” is the only child to have escaped unscathed last week’s massacre at a daycare center in northeast Thailand.
Explosions rock the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday (October 10th) after Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Ukraine of a terrorist attack on a bridge connecting Russia and Crimea.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board warns drivers of public utility vehicles against overloading their passengers.
Filipino-Australian singer James Reid is featured in “Yes”, one of the songs from Korean rock band The Rose’s latest album, Heal.
The cast of F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers is coming to the Philippines. Thai entertainment group GMMTV announces that Thai actors will bring their “Shooting Star Concert Tour” to Manila on November 19 at the World Trade Center, Pasay. — Rappler.com