COTABATO CITY — Two men riding a motorcycle shot dead a newly-elected barangay chairman in Zamboanga City in an attack on Friday morning.
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MANILA, Philippines — A cryptocurrency company can now provide the public access to the Bureau of Treasury’s (BTr) Tokenized Treasury Bonds (TTBs) through its website or mobile app.
COTABATO CITY — Local executives lauded on Friday the Army’s 5th Special Forces Battalion and the 6th Infantry Division for securing the surrender via backchannel talks of 12 more members of the Dawlah Islamiya from different towns in South Cotabato.
MANILA, Philippines — A fishers’ group has called on the Commission on Human Rights to help locate a fisherfolk organizer who has been missing for more than two weeks and is suspected to be another victim of enforced disappearances.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana’s first-in-the-nation law banning the video-sharing app TikTok in the state was blocked Thursday, one month before it was set to take effect, by a federal judge who called the measure unconstitutional.
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 vows to exhaust all remedies to free 17 Filipino seafarers held hostage in the Red Sea – Presidential Communications Office
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. vowed to exhaust all remedies available to send home safely the 17 Filipino seafarers who were held hostage by Houthi rebels in Yemen.