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Women say, Jai Jagat!

JAI JAGAT! Glory to the world, glory to all! When women from different cultures sing this transformational Hindi song calling for peace in the world and active participation in the fight against poverty, the bonds of sisterhood becomes palpable and

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Indonesia’s trade and culture show

IT TAKES about the same time for one to reach Bitung, Indonesia and Cebu City in the Visayas if one flies from the Davao International Airport. Yet, according to Indonesian Consul General Berlian Napitupulu both countries have much to know

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Mindanaoan-owned Sushi bar in Sweden

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GOTHENBURG, Sweden – Sushi bars have found a niche in Scandinavia. In the city of Gothenburg,

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Joma ‘optimistic’

Resumption of peace talks still on the table despite differences: CPP founding chair UTRECHT, The Netherlands – The founding chair of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is optimistic that the resumption of peace talks between the National Democratic

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Exploring abandoned mines

KONGSBERG, Norway – What happens when a mining company closes shop? When the last load

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A day in the life of Pedro San Jose:

ONE would think he has found the Fountain of Youth, the elixir of life which was spoken  with great reverence since the time of Herodotus until the time of Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in the 16th century. 

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Learning from bones D’bone Collector Museum turns 4

DARRELL Blatchley at age 12, was bitten by a dolphin. And thus began his fascination with all creatures, crawling, swimming, flying, and anything in between.

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`Indigenous women’s health Creating a healthy community

ARCELIE Cawag, from the Arumanen tribe, is one of the 12 members of the community health team providing maternal health care services in 374 households in sitio Gawasan, Brgy. Bentangan, Carmen town, North Cotabato.

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BFAR holds national confab on amended fisheries law

THE BUREAU of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources will hold a national summit on illegal, unreported

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Farewell, dreamweaver

SHE led a life full of color. Lang Dulay, one of the country’s Manlilikha ng Bayan, was laid to rest last Friday, May 30, leaving the next generation of weavers 100 unique designs for the t’nalak, the fabric that brought

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