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China angered as Filipino protesters visit South China Sea island

About 50 protesters, most of them students, reached Thitu island in the Spratly archipelago on Saturday in a stand against what they say is Beijing’s creeping invasion of the Philippine exclusive economic zone.

Senate approves retirement benefits for local town officials, workers

The Philippine Senate has approved on third and final reading a bill that seeks to grant retirement benefits to barangay officials and workers.

Ericsson and Apple sign patent deal, settle litigation

Swedish mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson announced it had signed a patent license deal with Apple Inc, ending a year-long dispute and sending its shares up 7 percent on market day of December 21.

Metal Gear Solid creator pulls out of Konami, creates new game studio

In a similar action of Megaman series’ greatest driving force Keiji Inafune, Hideo Kojima, creator of Konami’s Metal Gear Solid series, has permanently parted ways with Konami Entertainment as of December 15, 2015.

San Sebastian Church in Manila now a National Cultural Treasure

The National Museum has declared the Minor Basilica of San Sebastian in Quiapo, Manila as a national cultural treasure (NCT) and recognized other structures, places and paintings as important parts of the country’s heritage and history.

Nograles, Duterte end decades of political rift

After 30 years of political rivalry, Davao City’s Nograles and Duterte families reconciled Friday in support of the presidential bid of city mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

B-52 defies generations of successors and obsolescence

The B-52, originally scheduled for retirement generations ago, has outlived its replacement. And its replacement’s replacement. And its replacement’s replacement’s replacement.

Amnesty International in outrage over public support for Duterte

With Rodrigo Duterte gunning for the presidency on an anti-crime and corruption platform, human rights group Amnesty International said they are worried the mayor would openly violate human rights once he becomes president given his open support for tough measures against crime.

Nueva Ecija cops shoot three car thieves dead

December saw the end of three unidentified automotive thieves, in reports reaching Manila, after a brief firefight with responding police officers Sunday in Barangay Palusapis Muñoz City, Nueva Ecija.

THE TURNAROUND – The brash Rodrigo Duterte humbles himself before the Church that he cursed for traffic

After cussing at Pope Francis and his visit for the traffic, albeit unintentionally, the Punisher decided that if he is to set an example, he should lead by subjecting himself to the same harsh brand of punishment when he clearly does something wrong.