NEW YORK, United States — Israeli officials had intelligence that Palestinian militant group Hamas was preparing a wide-ranging attack before its October 7 assault but dismissed the reports, The New York Times reported Thursday.
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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, December 1) — The Philippines slipped by three spots and placed 59th out of 64 countries in this year’s World Digital Competitiveness Ranking, a report by the Institute for Management Development (IMD) showed.
MANILA, Philippines – For being one of the chief supporters of youth sports in the country, a lawmaker is set to be feted along with other young athletes in the 3rd Siklab Youth Sports Awards at the Market! Market! Activity Center in Taguig City on December 4.
MANILA, Philippines — SM Supermalls, in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Public Employment Service Office (PESO), and Local Government Units (LGUs), will hold job fairs across SM malls until December 11.
PBBM admin to spearhead jail decongestion summit to address challenges in penal system, prison overcrowding – Presidential Communications Office
The government, in cooperation with the Supreme Court (SC) and various stakeholders, is spearheading a jail decongestion summit in Manila to come up with comprehensive analysis of the country’s penal system and address prison congestion problem in the country.
DA breaks ground on first of many post-harvest infrastructures to cut rice losses, lift storage capacity
The Department of Agriculture on Friday broke ground on four units of large rice dryers in Dingras, Ilocos Norte, the first of more than two dozen post-harvest facilities that the National Food Authority (NFA) plans to build to enhance its procurement capability, increase rice yield, and boost rice and corn storage capacity.
HAMBURG, Germany -- Struggling on the field, Germany has declared their readiness for Euro 2024, with the hosts proudly reliant on the infrastructure put in place for the 2006 World Cup.