Debris washed up on Australian beach not from MH370 24-Apr-14, 8:51 AM | Agence France-Presse

OPEN LETTER | Longest held political prisoner appeals to Obama 24-Apr-14, 5:27 PM | Juanito Itaas, political prisoner

Afghan policeman kills 3 Americans at Kabul hospital 24-Apr-14, 6:18 PM | Usman Sharifi, Agence France-Presse

King moves to reassure Saudis as MERS deaths hit 85 24-Apr-14, 7:04 PM | Agence France-Presse King Abdullah was in the Saudi commercial hub of Jeddah on Thursday in a bid to reassure a worried public as the death toll from the MERS virus hit 85.

BIR satisfied with tax court's order for Pacman to post P3.3-B cash bond 24-Apr-14, 1:58 PM | Marlene Alcaide, News5 Although prevented for now from garnishing the properties of Manny Pacquiao, the Bureau of Internal Revenue said it was satisfied with the Court of Tax Appeals' order for the boxing champion to file a P3.298-billion cash bond, the same amount he allegedly owes in unpaid taxes.

Wack Wack golf club suspends Mar for 2 months over April 6 'meltdown' 24-Apr-14, 7:26 PM | The board of the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club has voted to suspend for two months Interior Secretary Mar Roxas over the April 6 incident where he was accused of giving Club employees a tongue-lashing over green fees he supposedly did not want to pay.


IN THE SOUP | PAL takes shark\ IN THE SOUP | PAL takes shark's fins out of the cargo hold after online shame campaign Following an online petition to ban the shipment of shark's fins and related products, Philippine Airlines (PAL) said it would “formalize and strengthen” a policy…

5 years after ERC issues rules, few utilities lining up to offer prepaid electricity 5 years after ERC issues rules, few utilities lining up to offer prepaid electricity Budget conscious Filipinos looking to add electricity to their tingi shopping list may have to wait a while longer before they can resort to prepaid…

Toyota Philippines\ Toyota Philippines' exports slump in 1Q Exports of Toyota Motor's Philippine unit slumped in the first quarter because of tepid demand.


KULANG NA KULANG | PH has huge shortage of computer programmers — Microsoft 24-Apr-14, 11:35 AM | Jose Bimbo F. Santos, Even with the proliferation of IT and computer courses, the Philippines still has a huge gap in terms of producing computer programmers with marketable skills according to a local Microsoft executive.

PHOTO | All eyes on future saint, Pope John Paul II 24-Apr-14, 4:21 PM | In many sites around the world that have set up monuments or sites related to the late charismatic pope John Paul II, the final hours leading up to Sunday, April 27 are busy ones: for burnishing, and preparing these places as tools to help people understand the life of this remarkable pope.

DND-DILG order proves JASIG operative, Wilma Austria immune from arrest - Karapatan 24-Apr-14, 4:20 PM| A joint DND-DILG order acknowledges that the Joint Agreement on Security and Immunity Guarantees that protects communist rebel negotiators and their consultants remains operative and covers, among others, Wilma Austria, who was captured last month with her husband Benito Tiamzon.

With new typhoon season nearing, PH 'critically short' of evacuation centers - IOM 25-Apr-14, 8:25 AM| Pots de Leon, With a new typhoon season approaching, an international nongovernmental organization has warned that the country remains 'critically short of evacuation shelters in some of the most typhoon-vulnerable parts of the country.'

Kris Aquino's ex-chief security aide appointed as Air Force top gun 24-Apr-14, 11:18 AM| Jaime Sinapit, MANILA - President Benigno Aquino III has appointed as the next commanding general of the Philippine Air Force (PAF) an officer who once served as his sister Kris Aquino's chief security aide, top-level military sources said.

Ex-COA chief co-accused with GMA for plunder of PCSO funds arrested 24-Apr-14, 7:34 PM| Thom Andrade, Former Commission on Audit chairman Reynaldo Villar, one of those accused with former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for the alleged plunder of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes' intelligence fund, was arrested at his Paranaque City home Thursday afternoon, police said.

PH, HK officials say relations back to normal after resolution of row over 2010 Luneta siege 23-Apr-14, 7:16 PM| Dexter San Pedro and Pots de Leon, (UPDATE - 8:27 p.m.) A day after Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada flew to Hong Kong to personally apologize to the families and survivors of the August 2010 Luneta bus hostage incident, both Philippine and Hong Kong authorities declared relations have normalized between the two governments.

FINDING BATCH 2013 | La Salle’s Chiara Lanuza: Stocks and science meet on the path to success 24-Apr-14, 1:26 PM| By Tricia Aquino | Photo courtesy of Chiara Lanuza | Lifestyle Section, InterAksyon tracked down De La Salle University's Batch 2013 summa cum laude to ask how "the real world" has been since she finished school

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