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As the road to the finals continues, the remaining Pop Dreamers get a chance to meet and greet the ultimate guest mentor – Multimedia Prince James Reid.

A gas explosion at a restaurant ripped through a busy street in a major Chinese city on Thursday, killing at least one person and injuring dozens, state media reported.

WHAT'S IN A NAME? Kylie Brakeman confused with netizen sending her Aljur Abrenica's statement

PH Red Cross continues to assist communities affected by natural disasters

A former student pleaded guilty on Wednesday to killing 17 people in a shooting rampage at a high school in Parkland, Florida, and apologized in court to relatives of the victims.

“Squid Game,” the Korean series that captured the attention of millions of people worldwide, is now Netflix’s biggest show of all time.

Presidential aspirant and Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko MorenoDomagoso vowed to put up more cold storage facilities for agricultural towns if he is elected as the country’s next president.

For nearly 20 straight months, Yevgeny Ryabov has watched coronavirus patients come through the doors of his hospital in central Moscow. Lately, most are unvaccinated.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) admitted it may not finish the review of the thousands of cases involving deaths during the illegal drugs operations conducted by law enforcers.

Shawarma Shack, a locally bred food company, continues to reap praises and recognition for its philanthropic deeds amid the ongoing pandemic.

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Finally, some good news. Two more Filipinos have recovered from COVID-19 and is now discharged from the hospital. Only two Filipino COVID-19 positive patients remain in hospital isolation. | via Philippine Consulate General in HK

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BREAKING: The Philippines now has 501 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Death toll remains at 33. Total number of recoveries at 19, said Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire.

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@MB_mrtnsdngdng  Roland and Gloria de Vela helps motorists remove ash coming from the erupting taal volcano just in the boundary of Amadeo and Tagaytay. | via @JuanCarloDeVel3 

LOOK: Farmers from San Mateo, Isabela had to harvest overtime to avoid damages to crops from typhoon #RollyPH . (Photo courtesy of Marlo Carbonell) | via Liezle Iñigo

The Mayon Volcano was captured wearing her “salakot” today, November 12, 2020. (Photos courtesy of John Cidric Santillan)

THE MANILA BULLETIN PRESIDENTIAL SURVEY October 15 - October 17, 2021.

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