Some Afghan girls return to school, others face anxious wait

Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/?p=1489739#ixzz76soVrPOD Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook Some Afghan girls returned to primary schools with gender-segregated classes on Saturday, but older girls faced an anxious wait with no clarity over if and when they would be able to resume their studies at the secondary school…

Occidental Mindoro town hospital prioritizes COVID-19 patients due to surge

Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/?p=1489726#ixzz76so8FBfD Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook The San Jose District Hospital (SJDH) in San Jose town in Occidental Mindoro has announced in a statement that starting September 18, it will prioritize admission for COVID-19 patients due to surge in cases in the province. Other…

Raducanu’s grandma wanted her to quit tennis after Wimbledon health scare

Newly-crowned US Open champion Emma Raducanu’s grandmother Niculina wanted her to quit tennis so concerned was she about her health after breathing difficulties forced her to retire from her Wimbledon Last 16 match this year. The 88-year-old Romanian told The Daily Mail her granddaughter’s “health is more important (than wealth…

ICC order: Proceed

the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to open a full investigation into the charges of crimes against humanity against President Duterte for his administration’s centerpiece “war on drugs.” ADVERTISEMENT The ICC’s Pre-Trial Chamber announced Sept. 15 that it had found “reasonable basis” to proceed with the official probe, as the…

Abueva, Perez key crucial victories ahead of Magnolia-San Miguel showdown

They are two players linked by the similarity of their games. On Friday, both came up with huge performances to push their new teams into a footrace for a twice-to-beat playoff incentive in the PBA Philippine Cup. Calvin Abueva scored a last-gasp bucket to propel Magnolia to a 90-89 victory…

PH logs 255 new COVID-19 deaths; death toll now at 36,583

The Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday reported 255 new COVID-19 deaths that brought the country’s total death toll to 36,583. The reported deaths comprise 1.56 percent of all cases, according to the DOH. ADVERTISEMENT The DOH also reported 23,134 new COVID-19 cases that brought the total number of cases…

An innovative, fun shopping experience AllDay

AllDay thrives as it decisively responds to COVID-19’s challenges. A brand that embraces innovation as a core value, it has adapted well to the new normal, as evident in its growing physical and online presence. This is possible because of its resolve to take global standards to our shores. Global…

ONE: No lack of inspiration for Rosauro as he tries to mount streak

Filpino Muay Thai specialist Roel Rosauro is looking to build on his first win ONE Championship as he welcomes amateur standout James Yang into the promotion in ONE: Revolution on Friday at Singapore Indoor Stadium. Rosauro (5-3), who lost his first two fights in ONE Championship, captured his first win…

Alleged drug pusher nabbed in Quezon

An alleged notorious drug pusher was arrested by police in Gumaca town in Quezon province Saturday morning. Police Colonel Joel Villanueva, Quezon police chief in a report said anti-illegal drugs operatives, armed with a search warrant, nabbed Rolly Suelto in his house in Barangay (village) Rosario around 5:26 a.m. ADVERTISEMENT…

ONE: Sangiao confident rust not an issue for Joshua Pacio

Team Lakay coach Mark Sangiao isn’t worried about rust when it comes to ONE strawweight champion Joshua Pacio for his title defense against Yosuke Saruta in ONE: Revolution. Pacio is fighting for the first time since January 2020, when he retained his title against Alex Silva via split decision, as…