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By Rhaydz B. Barcia

TIWI, Albay, April 28 (PNA) — For spending most of his life in public service through public school mentoring, the Civil Service Commission Bicol regional office has nominated a mobile teacher in Albay for the Dangal ng Lahi Award.

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By Rhaydz B. Barcia

STO. DOMINGO, Albay, April 28 (PNA) — A world-renowned US geologist unearthed an ancient “pillow lava” in a remote village of this town.

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By Catherine J. Teves

MANILA, April 28 (PNA) — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources will further exert efforts on bringing Metro Manila's air quality to international standards.

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ILOILO, April 28 -– Governor Arthur Defensor Sr. approved on Tuesday the Iloilo Sanitation Code (ISC), the first in Western Visayas.

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MOSCOW, April 28 — The U.S. Falcon 9 rocket carrying Turkmenistan’s first satellite, the TurkmenAlem52E, has been successfully launched, SpaceX said Tuesday.

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DUMAGUETE CITY, April 28 – More than 4,000 job vacancies will be made available by 24 companies to those seeking local and overseas employment during the Labor Day jobs fair at a shopping mall in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental.

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By Leilani S. Junio

MANILA, April 28 (PNA)–By next month, piña gowns decorated with artworks of Filipinos with autism will go international to be part of several fashion shows in the United States and Europe.

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WASHINGTON, April 28 — Just like humans, bats also use the left and right sides of their brains to process different aspects of sounds, a U.S. study suggested Monday.

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GUANGZHOU, April 28 — China's first self-designed deep-sea exploration vessel, Haiyang Liuhao, left the port city of Guangzhou on Tuesday for research in the Pacific Ocean.

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CEBU CITY, April 28 — An environmental lawyer said the Supreme Court ruling declaring as unconstitutional the oil exploration in the Tañon Strait, the body of water separating Cebu and Negros islands, is a precedent that would fuel the fight against similar projects in Cebu.

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MANILA, April 28 – In observance of the 45th Earth Day, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 4-A CALABARZON and San Pablo City government jointly conducted with residents and members of civic groups a series of historical and environmental activities highlighted by launching of the Urban Greening and Rehabilitation Project of Sampaloc Lake at San Pablo CityLions' Clubhouse.

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By Christine Lagat

NAIROBI, April 28 (PNA/Xinhua) — Sub-Saharan African countries will channel greater investments towards community-led climate change mitigation and adaptation projects in order to accelerate green growth, officials said on Monday.

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MANILA, April 28 — An environmental watchdog promoting chemical safety and zero waste urged the government on Tuesday to implement without further delay the warning label for energy-efficient but mercury-containing fluorescent lamps.

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ZAMBOANGA CITY, April 28 – The families and beneficiaries of five of the 44 fallen Special Action Force (SAF) have undergone a two-day entrepreneurial and financial management seminar-workshop conducted by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

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LONDON, April 28 — The rarest and most extreme weather events are likely to be more heavily influenced by global warming, which previous study shows is mainly caused by human activity, according to a research paper published Monday by the journal Nature Climate Change.

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PHNOM PENH, April 21 — Seventy-two Southeast Asian youth leaders between the ages of 18 and 25, representing all 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), will gather in northwest Cambodia's Siem Reap City from April 22 to 25 to address environmental issues facing the region, according to a news statement from the U.S. Embassy on Tuesday.

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MANILA, April 21 — A magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck Southern Leyte province on Tuesday morning, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs).

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WASHINGTON, April 21 — Pancreatic cancer cells can be reversed back into normal cells by introducing a protein called E47 that controls genes involved in growth and differentiation, a U.S. study suggested Monday.

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SYDNEY, April 21 — An Australian farmer has found the remains of a 100 million-year-old dinosaur on his property.

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NANJING, April 22 — Solar Impulse 2 arrived in eastern Chinese city Nanjing on Tuesday evening, the final leg in China for the solar-powered airplane's round-the-world trip.

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