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TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION: A storm’s aftermath in 14 photos

SPRAWLED, WOUNDED. Tacloban City, one of the hardest hit areas by Typhoon Yolanda, from above a week after the superstorm struck, leaving thousands dead and a million displaced seven years ago. | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

DNX TECHNOLOGY | Big wave of the future

The year was 1937. The entertainment world was abuzz with the news.

AYA GAMBOA | Celebrating women leaders: First Pinay awardee for Qatar’s Women Leader Award

“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” – William Shakespeare

An officer cries: Melquiades Feliciano’s Bacolod tour of duty

When Melquiades Feliciano speaks of the fight against CoVID, someone familiar with or had been through wars, or battles, can't help but think of images of an invasion.

Sanicas: CoViD vaccine “not likely” to come out this year; 11 vaccine candidates now on Phase 3

It is less than two months to go, and the possibility of a vaccine of the novel coronavirus is not about to become a reality.

Of ghouls, and tiyanaks, and vampires and things that go bump in the night

The celebration of Halloween has been quite controversial over Christian sects, with ultra-conservatives claiming that it is rooted in devil worship (it’s not).
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