JAKARTA, Indonesia — A Sumatran rhino has been born in western Indonesia, officials said Monday, a rare sanctuary birth for the critically endangered animal with only several dozen believed to be left in the world.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, an unwavering voice of moderate conservatism and the first woman to serve on the nation’s highest court, died Friday. She was 93.
THE Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Center (MBCC), located at the foot of Mt. Malasimbo in Puerto Galera, recently received its Level 2: EDGE Advance Certification from the Philippine Green Building Initiative, signifying its status as «zero-carbon ready.» It is one of only 19 projects in the country to receive the EDGE Advance certificate.
ORIENTAL MINDORO, Philippines — Sa paanan ng Bundok Halcon nakatira ang isa sa pitong komunidad ng mga Alangan Mangyan na nananatiling limitado o wala pa ring akses sa kuryente sa kabila ng limang taong operasyon ng Catuiran hydroelectric power plant na itinayo sa kanilang lupain ninuno.
SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean court on Thursday ordered Japan to compensate 16 women over forced sexual slavery during World War II, overturning a lower-court ruling that had dismissed the case.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) failed to answer a lot of questions from Senator Idol Raffy Tulfo regarding some projects affecting the oppressed Indigenous peoples (IPs) during the Senate deliberations on the proposed 2024 budget of said agency yesterday, Nov. 20.
MANILA, Philippines — The library of the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial will be open to the public starting November 15, according to the Human Rights Violations Victims’ Memorial Commission.