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from Mail Online

The ultimate guide to surviving a long-haul flight

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from ABC News

Today in Pictures: Child Labor, Andy Murray, Merkel and Hollande

Filipino child laborer 5 million children aged 5-17 wor in the Philippines today.

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Don't let anyone or anything prevent you from being there (and its the gilbert temple!)

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Discover the latest news today in the Philippines.

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Vigan declared ‘Wonder City’

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Philippines flooding: torrential monsoon rains bring Manila to a standstill

Our Faithful Brothers in the Philippines going to the meeting, after 2013 hurricane.

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Philippine president reaffirms his deadly anti-drug campaign

VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte expressed regret Tuesday over his "son of a bitch" remark while referring to Pres. Obama, in a rare display of contrition by a politician whose wide arc of profanities has unabashedly targeted world figures. In a statement read out by his spokesman, Duterte said that while his "strong comments" in response to questions by a reporter "elicited concern and distress, we also regret it came across as a personal attack on the U.S…

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'Miracle at 36,000 Feet': Photo Captures Mom Holding Baby She Delivered on Plane

An airline passenger's photo has gone viral after she posted a snapshot of a fellow traveler holding the baby she gave birth to while 36,000 feet in the sky. "You could call it an uneventful flight, if you want to ... but it wasn't,'" Missy Berberabe Umandal of Makati, Philippines, wrote to ABC News today. Umandal said she was flying home with her mother via Cebu Pacific Airlines to the Philippines from Dubai, when a woman went into labor merely "feet" away from her.