An earthquake struck several areas in southern Mindanao on Thursday that injured two people in Davao City.

TSHIPISE, South Africa: In another life, Lynn was a sniper in Afghanistan, Damien trained paramilitary forces in Iraq, and John worked undercover infiltrating drug cartels in central America.

President Rodrigo Duterte has thumbed down the reduction of carbon emissions in the country, stressing that it’s the high-income countries that should cut back because they have the largest carbon

SOME eight million workers are living below the poverty threshold brought about by imbalance between current daily minimum wage and rising cost of living, according to the biggest confederation of

MOSCOW: Russia’s recession-hit economy has propelled the country’s poverty rate to a nine-year high, state statistics published on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) showed, as the country struggles to cop

The Philippines Climate Change Adaptation Project (PhilCCAP), a foreign-funded program jointly implemented by several national government agencies, including the environment and agriculture departm

ILAGAN CITY, Isabela: In a bid to combat the effects of climate change such as flooding, a South Korean multi-million dollar irrigation water project called Pasa Dam in the northern part of Isabela

GENEVA: Mukhisa Kituyi, secretary-general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), announced on Monday that one billion people have been lifted out of extreme poverty in

HOUSTON: Nearly 5.9 million children will die before their fifth birthday this year mainly of preventable causes, a UN report has warned, though the child mortality rate has fallen by more than 50

A government official, a Ramon Magsaysay awardee, academicians, bishops and environmental activists were among those who are calling on the public in various parts of the world to sign an online pe