Thousands flee, highway closed as Army, BIFF clash in Maguindanao 27-Feb-15, 11:38 AM | Edwin O. Fernandez, Philippine News Agency | Video report by News5
Sandiganbayan enters not guilty plea for Binay wife in graft, malversation cases 27-Feb-15, 5:35 AM | Philippine News Agency
Pag-IBIG Fund income hits record in 2014 27-Feb-15, 11:04 AM | InterAksyon.com
US flies most advanced surveillance plane from PH 27-Feb-15, 10:34 AM | Manuel Mogato, Reuters
WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibit 27-Feb-15, 10:58 AM | Lifestyle Section, InterAksyon.com
Megaworld, ALI, SM Prime, Aboitiz join forces to bid for Laguna Lakeshore PPP 27-Feb-15, 11:10 AM | InterAksyon.com
Thousands flee, highway closed as Army, BIFF clash in Maguindanao 27-February-15, 11:38 AM | Edwin O. Fernandez, Philippine News Agency | Video report by News5 READ MORE
Thousands flee, highway closed as Army, BIFF clash in Maguindanao 27-Feb-15, 11:38 AM | Edwin O. Fernandez, Philippine News Agency | Video report by News5 An ongoing clash between the Army and Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Maguindanao has sent thousands of residents fleeing their homes and shut down the highway passing through part of the province.
Climate inaction will be 'catastrophic' - Hollande 27-Feb-15, 6:58 AM | Imelda V. Abano, InterAksyon.com Swift global action is needed to avoid the worst threats from a rapidly changing climate - the disasters brought by storms, floods, extreme temperatures, and their impacts on people and biodiversity - visiting French President Francois Hollande warned during a climate change forum Thursday.
MAUNLAD PERO GUTOM | Amid soaring economy, UN exec urges PH to address widespread hunger 27-Feb-15, 6:55 PM | InterAksyon.com with reports from Cristina Lazo, News5 The economic growth being enjoyed by the Philippines isn't inclusive and has in fact failed to address widespread hunger among millions of Filipinos.
BREAKING NEWS as of 28-Feb-15, 12:36 AM New volcano island getting big in JapanMexico captures Knights Templar drug cartel leaderSeaport cargo volume improves despite Manila ports congestion'CRUEL, BRUTAL' | Nanny stuffs 'noisy' baby in drawer then watches TVFrance's Hollande goes to Guiuan, Eastern Samar for world to see how Haiyan devastated PHSocial Watch Philippines: Spending without accountability will not help BangsamoroIn pursuit of peace, truth and justice3,000 more households added to Maguindanao IDPsMacay defers sale of additional sharesMeralco buys into company that runs Pampanga electric coopThailand, Vietnam snag contracts to supply Philippines with ricePalace denies PNoy managing flow of information on Mamasapano incidentFirst Pacific hikes stake in Roxas Holdings'WALANG PINIPILI' | ISIS terror all too real, say 50 repatriated OFWs from LibyaMAUNLAD PERO GUTOM | Amid soaring economy, UN exec urges PH to address widespread hunger
Seaport cargo volume improves despite Manila ports congestion Foreign cargo fueled the increase in volumes in 2014.
Macay defers sale of additional shares The holding firm was supposed to use the proceeds of the stock rights offering to finance the expansion of its bottling facilities.
Meralco buys into company that runs Pampanga electric coop Prior to the investment, Meralco served as technical adviser of Comstech Integration.
Thailand, Vietnam snag contracts to supply Philippines with rice First Pacific hikes stake in Roxas Holdings Money supply growth slips back to single digit at start of 2015 Public Works department releases terms for Cavite-Laguna Expressway rebid Profit taking at Philippine stock market enters second day Business optimism eases in the first quarter of 2015 4 groups submit prequalification requirements for Laguna Lakeshore Expressway PPP
ARMM reconciliation exec gunned down 27-Feb-15, 8:02 AM | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com An official of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao whose main task was to help settle clan feuds, or 'rido,' was shot dead as he waited for his wife at the Supermarket in Cotabato City late Thursday afternoon.
US flies most advanced surveillance plane from PH 27-Feb-15, 10:34 AM | Manuel Mogato, Reuters The United States has begun flying its most advanced surveillance aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon, out of the Philippines for patrols over the South China Sea, the US Navy said on Thursday, acknowledging the flights for the first time.
'WALANG PINIPILI' | ISIS terror all too real, say 50 repatriated OFWs from Libya 27-Feb-15, 7:42 PM| Eric B. Apolonio, InterAksyon.com 'It's really touch and go. They just go around, indiscriminately grabbing, abducting Christians.'
Megaworld, ALI, SM Prime, Aboitiz join forces to bid for Laguna Lakeshore PPP 27-Feb-15, 11:10 AM| InterAksyon.com Team Trident combines the infrastructure expertise of the Aboitiz and Ayala groups and the land development experience of Ayala Land, SM Prime and Megaworld.
SANA FAIR DAW | China airs concern on PH decision not to renew visas of Chinese experts at NGCP 27-Feb-15, 5:23 PM| Ben Blanchard, Reuters China expressed concern on Thursday after the Philippines' energy department said it would not renew visas for 16 Chinese nationals who work for the Philippine national grid after a senator raised security concerns.
House minority seeks house arrest for Enrile 27-Feb-15, 8:57 AM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Two leaders of the minority in the House of Representatives are urging their colleagues to support a call to have Senator Juan Ponce Enrile placed under house arrest because of his health.
Thailand, Vietnam snag contracts to supply Philippines with rice 27-Feb-15, 8:18 PM| Orti Despuez, InterAksyon.com The Philippines is importing 500,000 metric tons of rice in preparation for the lean season.
China submarines outnumber US fleet: US admiral 27-Feb-15, 12:23 AM| Andrea Shalal, Reuters China is building some "fairly amazing submarines" and now has more diesel- and nuclear-powered vessels than the United States, a top US Navy admiral told US lawmakers on Wednesday, although he said their quality was inferior.
'Sining Saysay': First of its kind exhibit of murals paint a thousand stories on Philippine history From pre-history to the momentous People Power revolution, colorful large-sized paintings tell the story of the Filipino people.
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