A gallant policeman came to the aid of an old woman who was bitten by a dog. Knowing the risk of dog bites, especially rabies, the policeman rushed the hapless woman to the San Lazaro Hospital, whose specialty is animal bites, and surprisingly sponsored the woman’s anti-rabies treatment.
Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko formally welcomed Philippine President Benigno Aquino III at the Imperial Palace Wednesday morning, June 3.
Can’t get enough of cats? Cat Cafe Manila in partnership with Royal Canin Philippines will conduct “Kitten Classes” on the cafe premises on June 5, 2014, from 10am to 12nn.
Bandai-Namco Entertainment brings you a crossover you probably haven’t seen coming.
A gang engaged in the theft and sale of Philippine National Railways (PNR) railroad ties was arrested following an entrapment operation that led to discovery of the stolen items – weighing a total of at least 50 kilograms – in a junk shop in Taguig City.
The Philippine National Railways will resume full operations by June 15 to accommodate the influx of passengers when the school year starts.
A Chinese state-owned newspaper said on Monday that “war is inevitable” between China and the United States over the South China Sea unless Washington stops demanding Beijing halt the building of artificial islands in the disputed waterway.
LRT spokesman Hernando Cabrera said the accident was caused by a technical glitch triggered by a power fluctuation in the area, which caused one of the trains to collide with the other from behind.
A strike closed the Eiffel Tower for most of Friday as staff demanded more help to deal with pickpockets operating around the Paris landmark, tower officials and unions said.
BRP Lake Caliraya (AF81), formerly MT Lapu-Lapu, was donated to the military in March 2014 and went through dry dock and repairs in Batangas and Cavite before being commissioned.