By Tetch Torres-Tupas
MANILA, Philippines—Relatives of slain Filipino transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude asked the Olongapo Regional Trial Court to transfer Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton to a regular jail and to make the trial open to the media. In its urgent motion filed Friday, Marilou Laude said the Philippines should have primary jurisdiction over Pemberton. Based on the […]
By Nestor Corrales
Police blocked protesters on Tuesday as they try to penetrate the embassy of the United States of America along Roxas Boulevard in Manila.
By Allan Macatuno
Grade school pupils from Sta. Rita Elementary School here on Friday sang, danced, and played games with Filipino and American soldiers involved in this year’s Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (Carat).
Residents will have to bear with a sweltering Tuesday due to a scheduled 11-hour power outage, according to the National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP).
By Frances Mangosing
The city of Olongapo was placed under a state of calamity Monday due to floods triggered by incessant rains since Sunday evening.