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Uson seeks seat as Kasosyo nominee

Uson seeks seat as Kasosyo nominee

Blogger and former Presidential Communications Operations Office assistant secretary Margaux “Mocha” Uson yesterday filed her certificate of candidacy as nominee of Kasosyo party-list.

Go, Poe and Villar register for senatorial race

Go, Poe and Villar register for senatorial race

More than a dozen senatorial aspirants, including President Rodrigo Duterte’s top aide, Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go, filed their Certificates of Candidacy (CoCs) yesterday.

Imran holds on to slim majority after by-polls

Imran holds on to slim majority after by-polls

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) suffered a blow in Sunday’s by-elections as the opposition alliance gained five more seats in delicately-balanced National Assembly (NA), further reducing the ruling party’s margin for formation of the federal government.

Artist aims for record with swing made of pencils

Artist aims for record with swing made of pencils

With an eye for detail, Bilal Asif carefully labours over his quest for a pointedly unusual world record – crafting the largest swing ever made from pencils.

Trump, Melanie arrive in hurricane-hit Panhandle

Trump, Melanie arrive in hurricane-hit Panhandle

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump yesterday travelled to Florida’s storm-ravaged Panhandle to see the destruction caused by deadly Hurricane Michael.

Hard sell? Met Opera seeks to lure millennials

Hard sell? Met Opera seeks to lure millennials

The Metropolitan Opera is digging deep into its bag of tricks as it attempts to lure in younger generations more familiar with Mozart in the Jungle than its long-dead inspiration.

Protesters demand Ivory Coast vote results, police use teargas

Protesters demand Ivory Coast vote results, police use teargas

Riot police fired teargas overnight to break up crowds of demonstrators demanding the release of results from a tense weekend election in Ivory Coast, a candidate and witnesses said.

Hi-tech peer-to-peer networks let Nigerian farmers log on for cash in tough times

Hi-tech peer-to-peer networks let Nigerian farmers log on for cash in tough times

It looked like the end had arrived for Adewale Fatai’s chicken farm. Money was running out. Built to house 30,000 chickens, the farm was producing fewer than 2,000 chicks.

Honduran migrant group grows, on way to the US

Honduran migrant group grows, on way to the US

A growing group of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants headed for the United States moved toward the Guatemalan border on Sunday, witnesses and organizers said.

Fleeing electricity, Mexico’s Mennonites seek new home

Fleeing electricity, Mexico’s Mennonites seek new home

The desert of northern Mexico seemed so perfect when the Mennonites moved here 26 years ago: a place free from electricity, television or cars.

PM May says Brexit deal still ‘achievable’

PM May says Brexit deal still ‘achievable’

A negotiated deal between Britain and the European Union is still “achievable”, British Prime Minister Theresa May said yesterday, even as the prospects for a breakthrough at an EU summit this week faded.

Storm Callum batters Britain with gale-force winds, rain

Storm Callum batters Britain with gale-force winds, rain

Storm Callum has battered parts of the UK with winds of up to 76mph and torrential rain, leaving more than 1,000 homes without electricity.

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