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  • Daloy ng trapiko sa SLEX, banayad pa rin
    Marami pa ring nag-uuwian sa mga probinsya sa Southern Luzon.
  • Dagsa ng pasahero sa Araneta bus terminal, matumal
    Kumpara noong isang taon, naging matumal ang mga pasahero sa Araneta Center bus terminal.
  • Tambak na basura, iniwan sa Manila North Cemetery
    Basura ang sumalubong sa ilang mga dumalaw dito sa Manila North Cemetery. Bagay na inireklamo sa complaint desk ng sementeryo.
  • Puntod ni boxing legend Pancho Villa, tila nakalimutan na
    Libu-libo nating kababayan ang nagsimula nang umuwi, matapos dalawin ang puntod ng kanilang mga yumao. At kaninang hapon, naging abala rin sa mga dumadalaw dito ang biglang pagbaha matapos bumuhos ang malakas na ulan.
  • Cementery of negativism

    A child offers flowers before a tombstone with a cow figurine at the Lost Cemetery inside the Historical Core Area of Camp John Hay. It was established by former the base commander, Major John Hightower, as a place to bury negativities and the heaviest burden in men. Engraved on the tombstones are amusing epitaphs which will encourage readers to leave behind their negative thoughts. (Zaldy C. Comanda)

  • Zombie zumba

    A dance instructor in ghost-like costume led more than a hundred zumba dance enthusiasts for their weekly session at the capitol beachfront in Lingayen, Pangasinan Friday morning. The weekly sessions was started by Congressman Leopoldo Bataoil, which continues to invite health buffs to the activity. (Jojo Riñoza)

  • ‘Holyween’ not ‘Halloween’

    Young parishioners of the Mary Mirror of Justice Church in Barangay Comembo, Makati City, are dressed as saints during November 1, 2014 ‘Holyween’ activity to debunk the more popular ‘Halloween’ horror costume parties held on the eve of All Saints’ Day. (Ali Vicoy)

  • China's Xi calls on army to remember past in graft fight
    BEIJING - China's military must not let down those who gave their lives for the Communist Party in the revolutionary struggle and must resolutely fight corruption, state media on Saturday quoted President Xi Jinping as saying after a high-level scandal.
  • Islamic State kills 85 more members of Iraqi tribe
    BAGHDAD - Islamic State militants have killed 85 more members of the Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq, in a killing campaign launched last week in retaliation for resistance against the group's territorial advances, a tribal leader and security official said on Saturday.
  • Laude lawyer: Statements vs. fiancé, lawyer tactic to distract public from main murder case
    "Matagal nang ginagamit ng gobyerno si Marc, pinning him down para lang to deflect and divert the attention of the masses from the Laude case," he said. "Hindi na namin papayagan ito, kaya pinilit na talaga namin na ipa-deport nalang si Marc voluntarily."