449 aftershocks felt in North Cotabato, Mt. Apo won’t erupt - Phivolcs 22-Sep-14, 9:23 AM | Dennis Arcon,

International airfares to include terminal fee starting October 1 22-Sep-14, 4:12 PM | Darwin G. Amojelar,

US firefighter dies from injuries in Ice Bucket mishap 22-Sep-14, 3:02 AM | Agence France-Presse

Government to privatize operations, maintenance of NAIA 22-Sep-14, 7:27 AM | Darwin G. Amojelar, DOTC and PPP Center are discussing the terms of the procurement of an advisor.

POST-MARIO SCENARIO | 37 schools still closed, 81 roads and 6 bridges still not passable 22-Sep-14, 10:52 AM | Jaime Sinapit, In the aftermath of tropical storm Mario, at least 37 schools still could not open for classes as they remained flooded or congested with 129,676 evacuees (30,266 families), while 81 roads and six bridges are still not passable in Regions 1 and 3 and the National Capital Region (NCR).

'RABID DOGS' | Boston homecoming brings back Aquino's rage vs Marcoses 22-Sep-14, 11:06 AM | Roices Naguit, TV5 "As the only son, I felt an overwhelming urge to exact an eye for an eye. Mr. Marcos and his ilk were like rabid dogs that had lost all reason." This was how President Aquino felt upon learning of his father's assassination in Manila in August 1983.

Hacienda Luisita activist gets threats on 42nd year of Martial Law 22-Sep-14, 10:02 AM | On the 42nd anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, a poet and activist in Central Luzon got a taste of what life was like for many Filipinos under totalitarian rule.

Thousands protest climate change at worldwide rallies 22-Sep-14, 2:49 AM | Jennie Matthew, Agence France-Presse Activists mobilized in cities across the globe Sunday for marches against climate change, with one of the biggest planned for New York, where celebrities, political leaders and tens of thousands of people were expected.

Church leaders call for resumption of GPH-NDFP talks on UN Day of Peace 21-Sep-14, 9:58 PM| The largest ecumenical network of church leaders in the country on Sunday marked the United Nations Day of Peace with a call to the government to resume formal talks with the communist rebels.

Tiangco slams 'yellow ribbon' panel for postponing hearings on Malampaya, GA scams 22-Sep-14, 4:40 PM| They have time to investigate matters in aid of partisan interests, but not for pressing, major corruption issues that have festered for years and in which the public has a great interest. That's how Rep. Toby Tiangco describes the Administration senators.

Authorities fear Mayon eruption may set farms, forests on fire 21-Sep-14, 5:38 PM| Danny Calleja, Philippines News Agency The Albay Public Safety and Management Office (APSEMO) has raised the possibility of wild fires that may raze forests and farms at the foot of Mt. Mayon in case of a major eruption.

Tobacco firms have 20 months to fully comply with graphic health warnings law 22-Sep-14, 4:12 PM| Tricia Aquino, Public health groups and medical associations have chosen 22 'gory' and 'effective' photos to be placed on cigarette packs - to prompt smokers to stop and nonsmokers to not start - under the Graphic Health Warning Law. But tobacco firms have over a year to fully comply with it.

FOCUS | UN climate summit, people's march a call for urgent action 21-Sep-14, 10:48 PM| Imelda V. Abano, This week will be a historic moment for climate change, with world leaders from 162 countries gathering at the United Nations headquarters in New York City and thousands of climate activists marching through every major city in the world, including those in the Philippines.

Palace reassures martial law human rights victims to receive payout 22-Sep-14, 1:55 AM| Leslie D. Venzon, Philippines News Agency Malacanang on Sunday reassured that martial law human rights victims will receive their compensation.

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