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This Baby Was Born on a PAL Flight from Dubai to Manila

The baby's name is Ali, which is Arabic for "elevated" or "most high."
Flight attendants are trained to handle anything, from shepherding passengers to emergency landings, as anything can happen midflight—like delivering a baby.Top Story: All the K-Drama Actors and Actresses Who Were Made Famous By the "Endless Love" Series.Philippine Airlines flight attendants aboard repatriation
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Cebu Pacific Resumes Local Commercial Flights on June 2

Here's where you can go and when.
As Metro Manila eases up public transport and travel restrictions for the General Community Quarantine effective on June 1, here's some good news for people who have been wanting to leave the metro. Cebu Pacific announced on May 30 that select local
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Korina Sanchez's Savage Comebacks to ABS-CBN Shutdown Comments

Stay off Korina's Instagram if you don't want to be roasted.
Well, it's happened.The National Telecommunications Commission sent a cease and desist order to ABS-CBN after the media group's 25-year operating franchise expired on May 4. After a special broadcast, ABS-CBN signed off the airwaves just before 8 p.m. on May 5.From celebrities to
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ABS-CBN to Stop Broadcasting Tonight After NTC's Cease Operation Order

ABS-CBN's franchise expired on May 4.
The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) has ordered ABS-CBN Corporation to cease broadcast operations starting May 5 due the expiry of the network’s franchise. ABS-CBN later on released a statement, "Millions of Filipinos will lose their source of news and entertainment when ABS-CBN is
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The President Is Offering P30,000 Reward for Exposing Corrupt Government Officials

It comes after the arrest of a barangay councilor who was caught on video refusing to release cash aid in full.
After President Rodrigo Duterte addressed the nation Monday night, May 4, 2020, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has offered on national television a P30,000 reward for any information exposing corrupt local government officials amid the COVID-19 crisis.He announced shortly after the President’s closing
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South Korea to Replace Social Distancing with "Routine-Life Distancing"

The country is gearing up for the new normal after COVID-19.
South Korea is preparing to bring back some semblance to normalcy for its citizens. Starting Wednesday, May 6, 2020, the country is set to relax their social distancing rules and switch to "routine-life distancing" instead, given how its government efforts were able
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Artificial Intelligence Predicts When the COVID-19 Pandemic Will End in the PH

It generates dates on when the pandemic will end for a particular country.
A projection using A.I. (artificial intelligence) technology by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) has predictions on when the coronavirus pandemic will end, reports Mashable SEA.The projections are based on the use of A.I. technology and world data from Our
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U.S. Embassy Cancels All Visa Interviews Until May 31

This is due to the extension of the Enhanced Community Quarantine until May 15.
President Rodrigo Duterte announced last Friday, April 24, that the Enhanced Community Quarantine will be extended until May 15 throughout the National Capital Region, and particular areas in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. In light of this, the US Embassy in Manila has
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NCCA Rolls Out P6.4M Cash Aid to Freelance Artists Amid COVID-19 Crisis

It augments the initial P4 Million cash aid to displaced artists.
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) has approved a cumulative budget of P63.8 million to respond to the call for Bayanihan to Heal as One Act. This funding will augment NCCA's initial P4 million quick response cash assistance program.The NCCA's initial cash
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Here's Why #PPEforEasternVisayas Was Trending on Twitter This Morning

Tacloban City’s youth put social media to good use to help their frontliners.
As the number of COVID-19 cases in the country rises, netizens from various parts of the Philippines are taking to social media to rally their communities to help medical frontliners. This morning, March 29, the hashtag #PPEfor EasternVisayas trended on Twitter at
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The First Dog to Test Positive for COVID-19 Has Died

However, medical sources suggest that the cause of death could have also been due to its old age.
The first dog in the world to test positive for the coronavirus has died in Hong Kong, according to a report by South China Morning Post.The 17-year-old Pomeranian, whose owner is a recovered COVID-19 patient, passed away two days after it was
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Here's Why Your Internet Has Been Unusually Slow Lately

We may need to limit the videos we watch while in enhanced community quarantine.
Bad news on Day 6 of the enhanced community quarantine in the country. If watching YouTube and Netflix, or uploading Tiktok videos has been keeping you occupied in the confines of your home, you may have to start putting a cap on
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Palace Says No to Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto's Plea to Lift Ban on Tricycles

The city mayor is urged to "stick to common ground rules" instead.
The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease rejects Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto’s plea to exempt tricycles from the mass public transportation ban during the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine.“Concerned talaga ang gobyerno dito sa paggamit ng tricycle dahil
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We Might Finally Have a Coronavirus Scanner That Delivers Results in Seconds

Huawei is developing the AI-assisted diagnosis service that's currently being offered to designated hospitals for free.
The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken the whole world by storm. As of writing, cases globally have surpassed 200,000 with over 8,000 deaths. But, things may be looking up soon. Japanese scientists are closing in on a flu drug, and a vaccine is