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Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) confirmed that Taal Volcano emitted steam or smoke on Wednesday evening. Phivolcs said that the smoke was from 200 meters to 300 meters high. This is classified as moderate was observed. No ash or lava...

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reported 334 additional cases of COVID-19 on Thursday bringing the tally to 1,595. The Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) said 307 of new cases were in Daegu City, where the religious sect linked to the outbreak is located. As of...

More than 30 countries report COVID-19 cases

Brazil reports a Sao Paulo resident has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first in Latin America. A few hours after, Georgia and then Norway report their first coronavirus case. There are now more than 30 countries and territories that have reported...

Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

A Magnitude 4.3 earthquake jolted Makilala, Cotabato around 9:03 a.m. on Thursday. According to Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the earthquake is tectonic in origin with a depth of 11 kilometers. Intensity V was felt in Kidapawan City...

9 bodies retrieved from Kobe Bryant chopper crash site

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Jan. 29, 20 | 7:11 am

The Los Angeles County coroner’s office reported that remains of the nine people who died in the helicopter crash with former NBA player Kobe Bryant have been retrieved, the Agence France Presse reported.

There were three bodies retrieved from the wreckage on Sunday, the day of the crash while the remaining six retrieved on Monday.

The remains were transported to the department’s forensic science center.

Bryant, 41, was traveling with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others when the Sikorsky S-76 slammed into a hillside in thick fog in Calabasas, northwest of Los Angeles.

The group was on their way to Bryant’s Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, where his daughter, Gianna, was set to play.

READ MORE: What we know about Kobe Bryant’s Sikorsky S-76 helicopter

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Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) confirmed that Taal Volcano emitted steam or smoke on Wednesday evening. Phivolcs said that the smoke was from 200 meters to 300 meters high. This is classified as moderate was observed. No ash or lava...

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reported 334 additional cases of COVID-19 on Thursday bringing the tally to 1,595. The Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) said 307 of new cases were in Daegu City, where the religious sect linked to the outbreak is located. As of...

More than 30 countries report COVID-19 cases

More than 30 countries report COVID-19 cases

Brazil reports a Sao Paulo resident has been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the first in Latin America. A few hours after, Georgia and then Norway report their first coronavirus case. There are now more than 30 countries and territories that have reported...

Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

A Magnitude 4.3 earthquake jolted Makilala, Cotabato around 9:03 a.m. on Thursday. According to Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the earthquake is tectonic in origin with a depth of 11 kilometers. Intensity V was felt in Kidapawan City...

UAE heads efforts in combating COVID-19

UAE heads efforts in combating COVID-19

The United Arab Emirates was commended by health ministers of other countries for its fast response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China. In a report by Asia Times, the UAE was praised for how local authorities were efficient in...

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