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Survey shows most Filipinos say ‘fake news’ in media ‘serious’
69 percent of adult Filipinos say that “the problem of the spread of fake news in media like television, radio, and newspaper” is “serious”
Photos: Filipinos celebrate Chinese influence on Lunar New Year
Chinese influence in the Philippines dates back to the 10th century, many years before the colonization of the islands by Spain
The Black Nazarene and the Filipinos’ quest for resurrection
The Black Nazarene devotion is perhaps one of the Philippines' most predominantly working-class Catholic devotions
Pandemic pushes 26.14 million Filipinos to live below poverty threshold
About 26.14 million Filipinos live below the poverty threshold, estimated at US$242, during the first half of 2021
Lola Isabelita Viduya, comfort woman, 89
Isabelita and other Filipino women victims of sexual slavery and violence died without receiving a formal apology and compensation from Japan
Filipinos urged to take bold steps to care for people living...
The Philippines is experiencing an increase in the number of HIV cases, from 22 cases per day in 2020 to 33 cases per day in 2021
Manila prelate reminds Filipinos to look into political candidates’ track record,...
He reiterated his call for the faithful to form “circles of discernment” to guide them in their choice of candidates
More Filipinos now willing to get vaccinated against COVID-19
64 percent of adult Filipinos are now willing to get vaccinated against COVID-19, higher than the previous 55 percent in June
Church leaders, rights groups remind Filipinos to learn lessons of martial...
The martial law years under Marcos were considered to be the darkest years of the country with about 70,000 people imprisoned
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