June 24 2018, Sunday

HEADLINES

Warriors of peace aid Marawi

‘When we got there, it was heartbreaking’ When war broke out in Marawi, a teeming city of religious and cultural convergence in Mindanao, many Filipinos...

Mice job

COMMENTARY

‘Sauce for the goose and not for the gander’

The leaders of the House, so we’re told, are now laying the groundwork for the “ouster” of one of their wealthiest colleagues: Rep. Tony...

Despicable

Gordon is correct

Hope

US could be right

NATION

Next tourist hub

Tagged as the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” the breathtaking Banaue Rice Terraces are being eyed by President Rodrigo Duterte as the next major...

Teacher catches Cup fever

Alive and free

WORLD

Spain’s first ‘stolen babies’ case comes to trial

MADRID, Spain -- A former doctor will go on trial on Tuesday in Madrid for allegedly stealing a newborn baby from her mother and...

Kid left inside hot car dies

BUSINESS

Japan to finance MRT rehab

Japan plans to extend official development assistance (ODA) loans to the Philippines with an additional P20.6 billion to fund two infrastructure projects, including upgrading...

SPORTS

Neymar, Coutinho put Brazil back on track

HOPE STILL ALIVE SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia -- Brazil needed two injury-time goals to defeat a dogged Costa Rica on Friday as Philippe Coutinho and Neymar...

Germany braces for Sweden

Iceland refuses to surrender

METRO

4,618 graduate from UP-Diliman

A TOTAL 4,618 students graduated from the University of the Philippines-Diliman on Sunday. From the number, 3,576 received bachelor's degrees while 1,042 were conferred master's...

SPOTLIGHT

Calum Scott to return to Manila in October

Calum Scott attained global stardom when he appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2015. Later on, he took the world by storm when he...

Strong to the core