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Seventeen-year-old Rav James M. Lopez was at her grandparents’ house in Gattaran, Cagayan, when Typhoon “Ulysses” (international name: Vamco) hit. “We were very…
A graffiti by street artist Ashekman is sprayed inside "the Egg" building in Lebanon's capital Beirut on November 11, 2019. - Since October 17, the chanting of tens of thousands of Lebanese denouncing the political elite have shaken the normally staid district around two Beirut squares, Martyrs' and Riad Al Solh. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)

Protest graffiti fills Beirut’s posh downtown