Category: Philippines

Earthquake after Earthquake as M6.0 earthquake hits Crete in Greece and Magnitude 5.7 jolted Philippines

ATHENS, Sept 27 (The Remnants) – An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 shook Greece’s largest island, Crete, on Monday morning, killing one person and injuring several, authorities said. The tremor sent people fleeing out of homes, schools and public buildings across the island. Damage was reported to many old buildings close to the epicentre, […] Read More

Heartbreaking footage of Super Typhoon Kiko’s Destructive Power in the Philippines

Pinasala sa Ivana, Batanes kung saan nag landfall ang Bagyong Kiko kaninang Umaga @ABSCBNNews @DZMMTeleRadyo 📷 Maria Rhondina Barsana Aguto pic.twitter.com/3JuE4FPTjY— jeck batallones (@jeck_batallones) September 11, 2021 Power went out in Batanes on Saturday as Typhoon Kiko hit the province, which saw trees and utility posts toppled. Photos shared by Maria Rhondina Barsana Aguto and […] Read More

Pray for the Philippines as Super Typhoon Kiko intensifies Signal No. 4 the highest possible tropical cyclone wind signal

Cagayan, Batanes, and the northern part of Isabela are expected to see heavy to torrential rain from Typhoon Kiko (Chanthu) starting Friday, September 10. Typhoon Kiko (Chanthu) maintained its strength early Friday morning, September 10, while threatening extreme Northern Luzon. Kiko was last spotted 235 kilometers east northeast of Casiguran, Aurora, said the Philippine Atmospheric, […] Read More

A Mysterious flying winged aircraft was just photographed over the Philippines

(The Remnants) The Philippines sits between the South China Sea and the Philippine Sea, two contentious and highly surveilled bodies of water that regularly see large amounts of military activity, especially Chinese and American. The Philippines sits between the South China Sea and the Philippine Sea, two contentious and highly surveilled bodies of water that […] Read More

Magnitude 7.1 earthquake strikes off Davao Oriental, Philippines

(The Remnants) A seldom-used airport in Davao Oriental had minor cracks on the runway, but there was no damage to the passenger terminal building. A powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck off the Philippines on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, as initial warnings about the risk of tsunamis were lifted and with no immediate […] Read More

MAYOR OF LAPU-LAPU CITY IN THE PHILIPPINES ANNOUNCES THAT UNVACCINATED CANNOT PURCHASE FOOD, CLOTHING OR MEDICAL SUPPLIES

Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan of Lapu-Lapu, a city in the Philippines with a population of just under half a million, issued executive order No. 2021 – 040 on Monday, ordering COVID-19 related restrictions until August 25, claiming that there was a “surge” in “positive” cases of the virus in the city. From August 25, however, […] Read More

‘ Typhoon Ambo’ to unleash ‘destructive winds, heavy rains’ after 6th landfall in the Philippines

Typhoon Ambo has maintained its strength after making its sixth landfall Friday morning, said state weather bureau PAGASA. The first storm of 2020 made its sixth landfall over San Andres, Quezon at 7:45 a.m., packing maximum sustained winds of 125 kilometers per hour and 165 kph gusts, said PAGASA. Ambo “is bringing destructive winds and […] Read More

Sea Turns Red As Thousands Of Jellyfish Swarm The Waters Of Southern Philippines

Well it seems that jellyfish certainly are not affected by the worldwide pandemic lockdowns and restrictions. Look at this insane bloom of tomato jellyfish. There are so many that the sea turned red in some places. Just amazing! Jellyfish certainly are not affected by #COVID19 restrictions. Here is a bloom of #jellyfish medusae of the […] Read More

Rare Oarfish Washes Up In The Philippines Sparking Fears of Impending Disaster

A rare Oarfish washed ashore on a beach in the Philippines, sparking fears of an impending disaster. The 14ft long creature was found by concerned locals on the sand in Surigao del Norte, Philippines, on March 3, 2020. Locals transported the giant sea creature from the Punta Beach in the town of Tinago, Malimono, where […] Read More

Philippines DOH Announces 10 New Cases of COVID-19, PH Total Now is 20

The Department of Health said Monday the Philippines recorded 10 additional COVID-19 cases, all Filipinos, with ages ranging between 24 to 72.  “The Department of Health reported 10 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), on top of the 4 new cases announced yesterday March 8, 2020,” Health Assistant Secretary Maria Rosario Vergeire […] Read More

Philippines: Sacked security guard takes hostages at Manila mall

San Juan mayor said approximately 30 people are being held by the gunman. Philippine police has surrounded a shopping mall in an upscale district of Manila after a gunman opened fire and took several people inside hostage. The incident happened at the V-Mall in the San Juan area of the Philippine capital on Monday. San […] Read More

Gods’ Youth Army In The Philippines Spark Revival Fighting for the Destiny of the Nation

“God is preparing the Philippines for a great revival”. An unexpected yet glorious movement is stirring up the hearts of millennials in the Philippines as young Christian leaders come together to pray for the Millennial, Gen Z and Alpha Generations. Nowadays, it’s undeniable that due to the rise of social media, the younger generation is […] Read More

Philippines confirms first case of new coronavirus

MANILA (3rd UPDATE) – The Philippines on Thursday confirmed its first case of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).  In a press conference, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said a 38-year-old Chinese patient from Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the outbreak, was confirmed to be infected with the virus following a laboratory test in Australia.  The woman arrived […] Read More

Earth Cracks Apart And River Dries Up As Swarm Of Earthquakes Rocks Taal Volcano

The Taal volcano is currently being hit by hundreds of volcanic earthquakes, resulting in deep earth cracks. Meanwhile, the ground is so cracked up that parts of Pansipit River in Batangas are drying up. The Taal Volcanic eruption has been characterized by continuous magmatic and hydrovolcanic activity that generated 700-meter tall dark gray steam-laden plumes that drifted […] Read More

Tropical Storm Ursula will hit Philippines During Christmas Day

MANILA, Philippines — Tropical Storm Ursula entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Monday morning, the state weather bureau said. Ursula entered the PAR at 5 a.m., said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa). The public was also advised to await the next severe weather bulletin to be issued at 8 […] Read More

PRAY FOR PHILIPPINES: Typhoon Tisoy much Stronger in terms of Volume of Water than YOLANDA

MANILA – Typhoon Tisoy (international name Kammuri) maintained its strength while advancing towards Bicol region, state weather bureau PAGASA said Saturday. In its 11 p.m. bulletin, PAGASA said the typhoon was spotted approximately 995 kilometers east of Virac town, Catanduanes, packing 150 kph maximum sustained winds near the center and 185 kph gusts. PAGASA said […] Read More

LGBT Weddings Happening in the Philippines

In today’s generation LGBT weddings were growing rapidly in the Philippines. This was not a new thing since we were living on the verge of the last days. Almost all of the LGBT wedding were conducted by Rev.Crescencio G. Agbayani Jr. He is the Founding Pastor of the LGBTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH INC. A small community […] Read More