6.8 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Mexico, 2 Deád

Early on Thursday, a strong earthquake with an initial magnitude of 6.8 rocked Mexico, swaying buildings and killing at least one person in the capital. Three days prior, a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that jolted western and central Mexico and left two dead hit soon after 1 a.m. After several days of intense tremors, Mexico was shaken … Read more

Heaviest Rainfall in 80 years in Seoul Left 7 People Passed Away

Officials reported on Tuesday that at least seven lives were lost within and around Seoul, the capital of South Korea, during the period of the previous evening as severe rains flooded streets and subways, shut down electricity, and created flooding. As reported by the Korea Meteorological Administration, Seoul’s southern region had the heaviest rainfall in … Read more

Jaya’s House in America Burned “Our House Just Burned”

On her social media accounts, Jaya Gotidoc said that her residence in the US had burned to the ground. Mara Luisa Ramsey Kagahastian-Gotidoc, also known as Jaya, is a mixed-Visayan and Jamaican-ancestry Filipino soul singer, rapper, record producer, actress, and presenter. Gary Gotidoc and Jaya were married in May 2006; the couple have two children … Read more

Abra Quake’s Damage to Infrastructure Reaches Over P1 Billion

According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, the magnitude-7.0 earthquake that rocked Abra this past week and was experienced across the majority of Luzon caused more than P1 billion worth of infrastructure damage. The Ilocos region, which is home to several historical landmarks, suffered the most of the quake, suffering estimated infrastructure … Read more