EDITORIAL | The Ampatuan Massacre 5 Years On: Who Cares? 23-Nov-14, 10:21 AM |

6.2 quake hits central Japan, flattens houses 23-Nov-14, 1:05 AM | Agence France-Presse

Malampaya probe set anew on December 1 23-Nov-14, 11:16 AM | Ernie Reyes,

GLOBAL MEDIA ON MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE | Aquino govt enables environment for impunity 23-Nov-14, 3:02 PM | An international organization representing over half a million journalists from 134 countries has concluded a mission to revisit the Maguindanao Massacre of 58 persons, and cast much of the blame for the zero convictions, five years after the crime, on the Aquino administration.

Manny Pacquiao scores six knockdowns, dominates Chris Algieri to retain WBO welterweight belt 23-Nov-14, 2:22 PM | Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao dominated his fight against erstwhile undefeated Chris Algieri, winning a definitive unanimous decision in an impressive performance in their 144-lb catchweight to retain his WBO welterweight title at the Cotai Arena in The Venetian Hotel and Resort in Macau.

Election watchdog assails Comelec for undue preference for Smartmatic 23-Nov-14, 1:22 PM | Ernie Reyes, The Commission on Elections has accorded Smartmatic, the vendor of voting machines used in the last two national and local elections, preference in the P1.2-billion project to refurbish the 82,000 PCOS units, an election watchdog said Sunday.

LADY JUSTICE BLINDFOLDED, BUT RUSHING | Sereno defends court's work in Maguindanao massacre trial 23-Nov-14, 4:52 PM | Brian Maglungsod, Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is constantly monitoring the 2009 Maguindanao massacre case, and the Judiciary has thrown its full support for the QC court handling the trial, but the SC chief declined to 'speculate' on whether it can be completed in 2016, when President Aquino's term ends.

Maguindanao massacre could be subject of an ICC case - global press body official 22-Nov-14, 1:52 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, The massacre of 58 people, including 32 media workers, five years ago in Maguindanao province in the Philippines could be a case fit to be dealt with by the International Criminal Court (ICC), a leader of an international press organization said.

Bodies of possible Yolanda victims found in Tacloban City a year after the storm 23-Nov-14, 10:07 AM| Lottie Salarda, Two weeks after the first anniversary of typhoon Yolanda, two bodies of possible victims of the storm, were found separately in a subdivision in Barangay Tigbao and in the district of San Jose, Tacloban City Saturday.

Sayyaf leader with P5.3-M bounty, soldier killed in shootout after resisting arrest incident in Sulu 23-Nov-14, 8:57 AM| Jaime Sinapit, (UPDATE, 11:40 a.m.) - A "notorious leader of the Abu Sayyaf" with a P5.3 million bounty and a soldier were killed and another soldier was wounded after the bandit resisted arrest late Saturday afternoon in Barangay Duyan Kaha, Parang, Sulu, the military said Sunday.

China building South China Sea island big enough for airstrip: report 22-Nov-14, 3:25 AM| David Brunnstrom, Reuters Satellite images show China is building an island on a reef in the disputed Spratly Islands large enough to accommodate what could be its first offshore airstrip in the South China Sea, a leading defense publication said on Friday.

Philippine embassy, consulates in US to aid undocumented Filipinos avail of immigration relief 22-Nov-14, 5:35 AM| Philippine News Agency Philippine diplomatic posts in the United States are prepared to assist undocumented Filipinos on how they could apply for protection under a new immigration reform policy that was announced by President Barack Obama on Thursday, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Friday.

VIDEO | Fire destroys 560 houses in Baesa, Quezon City 22-Nov-14, 6:04 PM| Ina Zara, News 5 At least 560 houses were burned to the ground in a fire in Barangay Baesa, Quezon City Friday night.

PLANTILLA KARAMBOLA | Herbosa back at DOH, Garin explains why she's been moving people 22-Nov-14, 9:41 AM| Health Undersecretary Teodoro Herbosa has been returned to the DOH, and will not pursue charges over the botched attempt to remove him by cutting short his secondment from the University of the Philippines, a Palace official said Friday. But Acting DOH chief Garin indicated the case is not closed.

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