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Typhoon 'Butchoy' kills 10 in China, 11 missing

A tropical storm in China has left 10 people dead and 11 missing, reports said Monday, after it lashed Taiwan with typhoon-grade winds and rain.

China's military hospitals offer illegal experimental cures

For student Wei Zexi, the lure of a miracle cure was hard to resist.

Dallas shooter planned larger attacks, police say

The Dallas gunman is thought to have been plotting a major bomb attack, authorities said Sunday after 200 were arrested in a new night of protests over police violence against blacks.

China: Countries should resolve dispute through dialogue

China on Monday repeated its position that sovereign countries should resolve disputes through direct dialogue, one day before the Hague ruling of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) arbitration case.

Suicide bombers hit three Saudi cities

RIYADH - Suicide bombers struck three cities across Saudi Arabia on Monday, killing at least four security officers in an apparently coordinated campaign of attacks as Saudis prepared to break their fast on the penultimate day of the holy month of Ramadan.

Heartbreak, selfies and soccer: the life of a Bangladesh cafe killer

DHAKA/KUALA LUMPUR - Until late 2014, Nibras Islam appeared to acquaintances to be a typical student: fun-loving, in and out of love, and keen on sport, especially soccer. Women found him handsome.

Man could lose limb after Central Park blast

NEW YORK - A 19-year-old man was seriously injured, and may have lost a foot, after landing on what appeared to be an amateur explosive or firework in New York's Central Park on Sunday, officials said.

Father accidentally kills 14-year-old son at US gun range

WASHINGTON, United States - A father accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old son at a Florida gun range on Sunday, police said.

Tiger kills keeper at Spain zoo: Red Cross

A tiger attacked and killed a zookeeper in its cage at a Spanish animal park Saturday, the local Red Cross service said.

FBI interviews Hillary Clinton in private server probe

The Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for three and a half hours on Saturday as part of the probe into her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state, her campaign said.

Muslim man beaten outside Florida mosque attended by Orlando gunman

A Muslim man was beaten on Saturday outside a Florida mosque attended by the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub, though authorities and a Muslim civil rights group differed as to whether the attack was racially motivated.

'Narcocorrido' singer shot in Mexico City

The lead singer of a Mexican folk band famous for its "narco ballads" about drug trafficking was shot Saturday in an upscale Mexico City neighborhood, the city prosecutor's office said.

Trump tweet attacking Clinton employs image of Jewish star

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted an image of rival Hillary Clinton alongside hundred-dollar bills and a Jewish star bearing the words "most corrupt candidate ever!", prompting outrage and bafflement on social media.

Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel dies at 87

Activist and writer Elie Wiesel, the World War Two death camp survivor who won a Nobel Peace Prize for becoming the life-long voice of millions of Holocaust victims, died on Saturday. He was 87.

20 killed in Bangladesh hostage bloodbath

Bangladesh's prime minister implored Islamist extremists to stop killing in the name of religion Saturday after 20 hostages were slaughtered at the start of the Eid holiday in a restaurant packed with foreigners.

10 singing runners-up who made it big anyway

In the Philippines where karaoke is a national pastime and where the vocally talented are celebrated, winning in a singing competition is a sure ticket to stardom.

'I Can See Your Voice': Jay R fooled by fake singer

Even with the help of the "Sing-vestigators," Jay R failed in picking the secret singer on Sunday's episode of "I Can See Your Voice."

FIBA World Cup: Second unit steps up anew for Gilas Pilipinas

For the second straight home game, the Gilas Pilipinas reserves turned a game around for the Philippines.

A Great Big World, humanga sa pag-awit ni KZ ng 'Say Something'

Napa-wow ni Tandingan ang American musical duo na A Great Big World, na siyang nagsulat ng "Say Something."

'Pilipinas Got Talent': Cop wows with beatboxing skills

A policeman from Bohol proved that cops can do more than just catch criminals.

Romania's 'Touch Me Not' wins top prize at Berlin film festival

"Touch Me Not", a film about intimacy and sex that shocked some viewers with explicit scenes, won the Golden Bear prize for best film at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival on Saturday.

Nathalie Hart, inaming minsan nang napagkamalang bakla

Dahil sa kanyang pagiging open-minded, minsan na umanong napagkamalang bakla si Nathalie Hart.

FIBA World Cup: Gilas Pilipinas survives stubborn Japan, advances to next phase

Gilas Pilipinas has defeated Japan in their 2019 FIBA World Cup qualifying game at Mall of Asia Arena on Sunday.

Boxing: Nietes knew he could end Reveco after wobbling foe in 6th round

World flyweight champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes knew that the end was near for his challenger Juan Carlos Reveco when he wobbled the Argentinean late int he sixth round of their world title clash.

Donnie Nietes, waging depensahan ang titulo vs Argentinean

Matagumpay na dinepensahan ni Donnie "Ahas" Nietes nitong Linggo ang kaniyang IBF Flyweight belt laban sa Argentinian na si Juan Carlos Reveco.

India's Bollywood legend Sridevi dies at 54 of cardiac arrest

Indian actress Sridevi, arguably Bollywood's first female superstar, died in Dubai after cardiac arrest, media reported on Sunday. She was 54.

'Black Panther' rules with $108M in second weekend

Disney-Marvel's "Black Panther" is dominating the box office with an astounding $108 million at 4,020 North American locations -- the second-highest second weekend ever behind "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

Ilang lugar sa Pasay, Rizal, mawawalan ng kuryente sa Lunes

Nag-abiso ang Meralco na mawawalan ng kuryente ang ilang lugar sa Pasay City at Rizal province sa Lunes, Pebrero 26, dahil sa isasagawang power maintenance.

Mga ‘bagong bayani,’ kinilala sa ika-32 anibersaryo ng EDSA People Power

Kinilala ang mga binansagang bagong bayani sa paggunita ng ika-32 anibersaryo ng EDSA People Power Revolution ngayong Linggo, Pebrero 25.

Nene Pimentel dares US intel: Prove Duterte is 'threat to democracy'

Former Senate President Aquilino "Nene" Pimentel, Jr. on Sunday challenged the use intelligence community to back with evidence its claim that President Rodrigo Duterte is a threat to democracy.

Slain Espinosa lawyer laid to rest

Residents of Ronda town joined the family and friends of slain Vice Mayor Atty. Jonah John Ungab as he was laid to rest Sunday.

Robredo reminds Filipinos of lessons from EDSA People Power

The 1986 EDSA uprising is a reminder that power has always been in the hands of the Filipinos, and not those in the government, Vice President Leni Robredo said Sunday, as the country marked the 32nd anniversary of the People Power revolution.

Saguisag warns threats to democracy remain 32 years after EDSA

MANILA - A prominent human rights lawyer during the dark days of Martial Law believes that threats to democracy remain 32 years after the Filipinos toppled a dictator through EDSA People Power.

9 preso, 1 pulis sugatan sa riot sa Quezon City Jail

Sugatan ang 9 na preso habang nasaktan naman ang 1 pulis sa riot ng 2 grupo sa Quezon City Jail, Linggo ng hapon.

Mag-asawang suspek sa pagpatay kay Joanna Demafelis, hawak na ng mga awtoridad

Hawak na ng mga awtoridad ang mag-asawang itinuturing na mga suspek sa pagkamatay ng isang overseas Filipino worker na si Joanna Demafelis.

Kawani ng gobyerno, arestado sa motel, inireklamo ng panggagahasa

Arestado ang 46 anyos na lalaking kawani ng gobyerno matapos ireklamo ng panggagahasa ng 20 anyos na estudyante sa Camarines Sur.

Martin, Ogie share 'ASAP' stage with 'Britain's Got Talent' winners

Martin Nievera and Ogie Alcasid shared the "ASAP" stage on Sunday with musical theater group and "Britain's Got Talent" Series 8 winners Collabro.

Iba-ibang grupo, ginunita ang #EDSA32 sa Mendiola, Bantayog ng mga Bayani

Bukod sa People Power monument, mayroon pang ibang makasaysayang lugar na pinagtipunan ang iba-ibang grupo kasabay ng paggunita sa ika-32 anibersaryo ng EDSA revolution.

WATCH: Tears fall as Mitch, Bea, Clarence leave 'Goin' Bulilit'

Mitch Naco, Bea Basa and Clarence Delgado are the latest members of the "Goin' Bulilit" cast to graduate from the show.

Protests vs 'Cha-cha' mark 32nd People Power anniversary

MANILA - People from different groups and sectors, including students, protested moves to change the Constitution by the Duterte administration in rallies held Sunday to commemorate the EDSA uprising that led to the toppling of a dictator in 1986.

Roque shares Duterte's plans for Bohol as he opens Central Visayas sports meet

Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Harry Roque shared President Rodrigo Duterte's plans for Bohol as he opened the Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association meet Sunday.

Residents, local leaders protest vs charter change, tax reform law in Bacolod

Former Negros Occidental Governor Lito Coscolluela, however, clarified that the simultaneous activity organized by the broad coalition “is never an intent to call for the ouster of the President."

WATCH: Single mom earns 4th 'golden buzzer' on 'PGT'

A single mother who dedicated her performance to her six-year-old son earned the coveted "golden buzzer" on Sunday's episode of "Pilipinas Got Talent."

Mapang-akit pero mapanakit: Nathalie Hart admits to ditching guys

Nathalie Hart admitted to ditching guys she dates if she thinks their relationship will not work.

Federalism summit rolls out in Region 12, ARMM

The call for a federal form of government was rolled out in Region 12 and Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Sunday, seeking support to back up President Rodrigo Duterte’s programs.

WATCH: Elha Nympha returns to 'GGV' with 'Never Enough'

"The Voice Kids" Season 2 champion Elha Nympha brought her world-class talent to "Gandang Gabi Vice."

5 sugatan sa karambola ng 5 sasakyan sa Alaminos, Laguna

Sugatan ang 5 tao sa karambola ng 5 sasakyan sa kalsada bahagi ng Barangay Poblacion 1, Linggo ng hapon.

WATCH: Group charms with a capella cover of OPM classic

An a capella group from Negros Oriental charmed the judges of "Pilipinas Got Talent" with their cover of popular Filipino hits.

Gilas Pilipinas vs Japan — Live blog

FIBA World Cup qualifying game between Gilas Pilipinas and Japan. Venue: Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay city.

North Korean general, Ivanka Trump at Olympic closing

A blacklisted North Korean general and the daughter of US President Donald Trump attended the Winter Olympics closing ceremony together Sunday, in the final piece of the Games-led diplomacy that has dominated headlines from Pyeongchang.

Olympics: South Korea brings curtain down on 'Peace Games'

South Korea brought the curtain down on its "Peace Games" on Sunday, with winter sports athletes dancing and singing together at a vibrant closing ceremony, though there was little warmth between dignitaries from the United States and North Korea.

'Pilipinas Got Talent': 63-year-old aims for judges' hearts with shooting exhibition

This 63-year-old woman proved age is not a hindrance in doing what she loves.

FIBA World Cup: Finally, a breakout game for Andray Blatche

Naturalized center Andray Blatche knew that all eyes will be on him when the Philippine national basketball team played Japan at the Mall of Asia Arena on Sunday.

FIBA World Cup: Jayson Castro remains Gilas' premier closer

Even with a bum ankle, Jayson Castro remains the first, and best, option for Gilas Pilipinas in crunch time.

Football: Lukaku inspires Manchester United fightback to beat Chelsea

Romelu Lukaku broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea, 2-1, at Old Trafford.

Boxing: Time for Viloria to call it a career, says analyst

Local fight commentator Ed Tolentino noted that at 37 years old, Viloria is putting himself at risk by taking on younger fighters while chasing for another world title.

UAAP volleyball: NU survives Rondina, UST to stay unbeaten

National University NU) stayed perfect in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball tournament after surviving a commendable effort from a tough University of Santo Tomas (UST) squad on Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan.

UAAP volleyball: Ateneo holds off UP in Battle of Katipunan

(UPDATED) The Ateneo Lady Eagles extended their winning streak to four games after fending off the gutsy University of the Philippines Lady Maroons on Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan.

UST downs La Salle for share of lead in UAAP football

University of Santo Tomas (UST) turned back De La Salle University, 2-0, to earn a share of the lead in the UAAP Season 80 men's football tournament on Sunday at the FEU-Diliman pitch.

Iya Villania, Drew Arellano expecting second child

Celebrity couple Iya Villania and Drew Arellano are expecting their second child.