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GUARDIAN ANGEL Brit tells Muslims ‘I will keep watch while you pray’ in heartwarming message of solidarity after Christchurch terror attack

GUARDIAN ANGEL Brit tells Muslims ‘I will keep watch while you pray’ in heartwarming message of solidarity after Christchurch terror attack

A BRIT told Muslims at his local mosque “I will keep watch while you pray” in a heartwarming gesture of solidarity after the New Zealand terror attack.

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Christchurch shootings: Outpouring of UK support to Muslim community

Christchurch shootings: Outpouring of UK support to Muslim community

The attacks in Christchurch, which have left 49 dead and at least 40 injured, have been condemned by public figures.

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New Zealand shooting victims remembered for the lives they lived

New Zealand shooting victims remembered for the lives they lived

(CNN)A Syrian refugee and his teenage sons, a Pakistani academic and a goalkeeper on the national futsal team are among the victims of Friday's terror attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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Signal No. 1 raised over more areas due to ‘Chedeng’

Signal No. 1 raised over more areas due to ‘Chedeng’

MANILA, Philippines — More areas were placed under Signal No. 1 as Tropical Depression “Chedeng” kept its strength early Monday.

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PAGASA: 41 provinces likely to have dry spell, 9 to experience drought

PAGASA: 41 provinces likely to have dry spell, 9 to experience drought

Several provinces may experience drought in the next three months as rainfall in the country continues to significantly drop due to the weak El Niño.

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Metro Manila, Rizal to go from dry to drier

Metro Manila, Rizal to go from dry to drier

Expect more areas in Metro Manila to go dry starting Thursday afternoon as Manila Water Co. Inc. implements a new scheme in the entire east zone concession area that will allow it to better manage its dwindling water supply.

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Provinces start to reel from El Niño

Provinces start to reel from El Niño

Things will get worse before they get better, as the dry spell is expected to deepen across the country.

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Summer could start by end of March

Summer could start by end of March

According to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) weather specialist Lanie Bitagun, the northeast monsoon or amihan will still prevail over parts of Luzon within the next few days.

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La Mesa Dam water crisis will worsen

La Mesa Dam water crisis will worsen

If you are a Manila Water Co. Inc. customer who lives in the farthest and highest area of its distribution network, brace yourself for a very serious water shortage in the coming days.

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DOH warns vs heatstroke in these hot, humid times

DOH warns vs heatstroke in these hot, humid times

By: Tina G. Santos - Reporter / @santostinaINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:25 AM March 11, 2019 The Department of Health (DOH) warns the public against heatstroke even as the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) has yet to officially declare the start of summer, or dry season.

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Humid weather forecast over PH on Monday

Humid weather forecast over PH on Monday

By: Frances Mangosing - Reporter / @FMangosingINQ INQUIRER.net / 07:54 AM March 11, 2019 MANILA, Philippines — The trough of a low pressure area (LPA) is bringing cloudy skies with isolated light rain over Mindanao, the weather bureau said Monday.

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WATER RATIONING LOOMS OVER METRO MANILA AND RIZAL

WATER RATIONING LOOMS OVER METRO MANILA AND RIZAL

La Mesa Dam water breaks critical level By: Patricia Denise M. Chiu - @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:26 AM March 11, 2019 Water rationing in Metro Manila and parts of Rizal province looms as the water level at La Mesa Dam continues to drop with the onset of El Niño, a dry spell triggered by periodic warming in the eastern Pacific Ocean.

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Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157, spreads global grief

Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157, spreads global grief

Associated Press / 07:47 AM March 11, 2019 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — An Ethiopian Airlines jet faltered and crashed Sunday shortly after takeoff from the country’s capital, carving a gash in the earth and spreading global grief to 35 countries that had someone among the 157 people who were killed.

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El Niño: State of calamity in Zambo City

El Niño: State of calamity in Zambo City

Zamboanga City has declared a state of calamity due to a dry spell caused by the El Niño phenomenon, a report said Wednesday.

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11 of 15 cities in Southeast Asia with cleanest air are in Philippines — report

11 of 15 cities in Southeast Asia with cleanest air are in Philippines — report

MANILA, Philippines (Update 1, 4:36 p.m.) — Eleven of the cities in Southeast Asia with cleanest air are in the Philippines, with Calamba in Laguna taking the top spot.

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Violent Alabama tornado was among the USA's strongest and deadliest in years

Violent Alabama tornado was among the USA's strongest and deadliest in years

The violent, devastating tornado that roared through eastern Alabama on Sunday was unusual for its for its extreme size, strength, and duration – all of which contributed to its tragically high death toll of 23 people.

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H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

Scientists have long tried to duplicate the procedure that led to the first long-term remission 12 years ago. With the so-called London patient, they seem to have succeeded.

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5.5 magnitude quake strikes Surigao del Sur

5.5 magnitude quake strikes Surigao del Sur

MANILA, Philippines — Surigao Del Sur was hit by a 5.5-magnitude quake on Wednesday morning, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) reported.

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Ocean heatwaves devastate wildlife, worse to come

Ocean heatwaves devastate wildlife, worse to come

Invisible to people but deadly to marine life, ocean heatwaves have damaged ecosystems across the globe and are poised to become even more destructive, according to the first study to measure worldwide impacts with a single yardstick.

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Isolated showers expected over the Eastern Visayas, Caraga Regions

Isolated showers expected over the Eastern Visayas, Caraga Regions

Published March 4, 2019 3:57am The Eastern Visayas and Caraga Regions could expect partly cloudy to cloudy conditions accompanied with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms due to the easterlies, weather service PAGASA reported in a Monday morning forecast.

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