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Was it God's Plan? Rapper Drake ends the decade with more than 28 billion streams, followed by other top-streamed artists like Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, and Post Malone
Amanpulo Resort is recognized as World’s Leading Dive Resort
Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat are investing in original programs to stream in their platforms
Many in the theater industry don't see streaming as anymore of a game-changer than other home-based offerings were in their heyday
These missing or hidden watchtowers stand as testaments to a bygone age and illustrate how important some Philippine locales were for regional trade
The Guggenheim Museum in New York is among the creations of the late American architect Frank Lloyd Wright which were selected as UNESCO World Heritage sites
Shaped by volcanoes and surrounded by lava fields, the park is also home to the largest glacier in Europe, after which it is named
After the successful vote, Iraq's delegation clasps hands and invites all delegates 'to visit Babylon, the cradle of civilization'
UNESCO notes the high-quality work of Church and Palestinian officials in restoring 'roof, exterior facades, mosaics and doors'
Google users can see an illustration of the Puerto Princesa Underground River by artist David Lu on the search engine's homepage
(UPDATED) Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List since 2015. Local officials say its potential inscription will add 'another layer of protection' to the area.
Since 2009, at least 13 journalists have been killed globally after working on environment-related stories, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. There may be as many as 29 cases.
Independent journalist Jagendra Singh says in a video recorded in a local hospital he was brought to: 'The motherfuckers poured petrol on me. They jumped over the wall and got in. If they wanted to, they could have arrested me instead.'
No one has yet been held accountable for the murder of fisherman Carlos Maaz. Instead there has been a criminalization of both fishermen and journalists in El Estor.
In Tanzania, impoverished 'intruders' keep looking for gold at the risk of their lives, and reporters are punished and prevented from shedding light on environmental damage and other wrongdoing
The Food and Drug Administration says the sale of drug products online places 'the lives of the general public in danger and at risk'
What does protecting built heritage like Intramuros have to do with being Filipino? We talk to Intramuros Administration chief Guiller Asido about how the ancient Walled City is keeping up with modern times.
But an insurgency expert who has declined to be named says Islamic State are unlikely to have direct contact with the local fighters
(UPDATED) PornHub's president, Corey Price, says there are 'obvious synergies' between Tumblr and the adult website
Authors of a new study 'predict glacier extinction by 2100 under a high emission scenario in 21 of the 46 natural World Heritage sites where glaciers are currently found'
EcoWaste Coalition appeals to the faithful to be conscientious for a 'garbage-free Holy Week'
(UPDATED) 'We still believe there are two or 3 attackers in specific locations,' the first police officer says. 'The situation is far from over.'
Filipinos now spend an average of 13 minutes, 50 seconds on the site per visit. This appears to be the 5th straight year the Philippines has ranked first in terms of time on Pornhub.
'Australia, don't think you are away from our attacks,' reads one poster, which shows a photo of a vehicle the Melbourne attacker set alight during his November 9 attack
Jalaluddin Haqqani, whose son Sirajuddin Haqqani now heads the brutal group and is also the Taliban's deputy leader, died 'after a long battle with illness'
Over a thousand informal settlers vacate the site after a dialogue with local executives, housing officials, and police and military representatives
Informal settlers from different areas in Negros Occidental are looking to occupy the housing units which have remained mostly unoccupied for years
Quarrying is temporarily halted after President Rodrigo Duterte's top aide relays a complaint from a Marikina City resident. But it has yet to be determined whether or not quarrying led to flooding.
The factors surrounding the attack are telltale red flags that ISIS is looking to establish a more substantial base in the Philippines
Achieving Unesco status is an internationally competitive process. Nations want this recognition because they can promote a place or practice as a unique cultural tourism attraction.
Thousands of years of heritage are being lost, says Matthew Betts, a curator at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec
(UPDATED) The Social Housing Finance Corporation gave the go-signal to start construction of a relocation project for 864 informal settler families from Valenzuela City within a site prone to flooding, tsunami, and unstable ground
The Department of the Interior and Local Government is stepping in to provide a permanent solution to water problems in Marawi City's temporary shelters
An International Committee of the Red Cross delegate visits the Saguiaran evacuation center and the Sagonsongan transitional site, and captures in photographs the longing for family and home of those displaced by the conflict
(2nd UPDATE) Pyongyang announced its plan to 'completely' dismantle the Punggye-ri facility in the country's northeast, inviting some foreign journalists to witness the destruction
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The siege of Marawi was triggered by a raid in a safe house in barangay Malutlut. The fighting moved towards Lake Lanao and, after 5 months, ended with the deaths of leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute.
The respected 38 North website says that satellite images dated May 7 showed 'the first definitive evidence that dismantlement of the test site was already well underway'
The 'porn pass' serves as proof-of-age, and will be be sold at newsstands in the UK
(UPDATED) Reporters from different countries would be allowed to 'conduct on-the-spot coverage in order to show in a transparent manner the dismantlement of the northern nuclear test ground,' says the foreign ministry
Authorities retrieve the body of Australian national Andre Kilbride not far from the popular Aquaventure Dive Resort on Saturday early afternoon, May 5
South Korean President Moon Jae-in also asks for UN support to 'transform the demilitarized zone into a peace zone' between the two Koreas
'It’s a dream come true for all of us here,' says Park Superintendent Elizabeth Maclang of the power plant which is expected to be operational by 2019
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The contractor at the Sagonsongan relocation site has been drilling for deep wells but so far can't find enough water. Alternatives are now being considered but it may take time.
'All EDCA facilities are under complete control of the Philippines. They are all [inside] Philippine bases,' says US Ambassador Sung Kim
The Saint Mary's Cathedral in Marawi was desecrated by local terrorist groups at the height of the siege in 2017
Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo considers it a 'good sign' that everyone is concerned about taking care of the environment after what happened to Boracay