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Trump Just Can't Keep A Secret, And That's A Big Problem
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COVID-19: Philippine schools struggle to educate poor children
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MT New Diamond fire incident: 'One dead, one missing, informs DG Coast Guard
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Philippines: Activists fight to change culture of harassment
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Philippines faces worst COVID-19 crisis in Southeast Asia
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Strong quake in Philippines kills one
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Powerful earthquake jolts central Philippines, homes damaged
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Small businesses are 'barely surviving': Duterte
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Philippines confirms death of ex-Wirecard exec
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Duterte reimposes coronavirus lockdown as he criticises doctors
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Philippines closes in on Indonesia for most SE Asian COVID-19 cases
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EU leaders call on Philippines to drop charges against Maria RessaResolution passed by the European Parliament calls out the extrajudicial killings of thousands of Filipinos and retaliation against journalists.
He Killed a Transgender Woman in the Philippines. Why Was He Freed?The pardon of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton by President Rodrigo Duterte is the final chapter in a case that reignited debate over old defense treaties.
Philippine leader pardons U.S. Marine in transgender woman's murderPresident Duterte's sudden intervention has infuriated the victim's family, and rights groups call it a "revolting" caving-in to "U.S. imperialist interests."
Filipino YouTube star Lloyd Cafe Cadena dies at 26: 'May he be remembered for all the joy'Lloyd Cafe Cadena, a popular Filipino personality hailed as "one of the pioneers of YouTube vlogging" in the Philippines, has died. He was 26.
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Alicia Keys brightens spirits in typhoon-torn PhilippinesThe singer spends time with evacuees who fled Typhoon Haiyan, "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" gets a NYC special screening and more of today's top entertainment headlines
Watch: Typhoon Haiyan storm surge captured on videoA new video taken by an aid worker from the top floor of a boarding house shows the storm's destructive power. Charlie Rose reports on the relief effort in Tacloban, Phillipines.
Typhoon Haiyan leaves 2 million homelessThe official death toll in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan is approaching 4,000 and 1,100 people are listed as missing. The U.N. estimates the storm has left as many as 2 million people homeless,..
Why disaster relief still takes so long to reach hard-hit areasAs the hardest-hit parts of the Philippines begin to receive humanitarian aid, Dr. Irwin Redlener, director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University, explains why..
School becomes shelter for typhoon victimsIn the typhoon-ravaged city of Tacloban in the Philippines, at least a thousand people who lost their homes are seeking refuge at a school where they are beginning to receive desperately needed food..
American storm chasers record massive typhoon in PhilippinesBill Whitaker reports on an American storm chaser who went beyond merely capturing the destruction of Typhoon Haiyan on video.
Typhoon Haiyan: Massive humanitarian response underwayMillions of people are without food or shelter after the deadly storm. Humanitarian efforts are underway by the United States, the United Nations, as well as dozens of other countries and..
Typhoon Haiyan aftermath brings growing desperationMark Stone, of Sky News, reports on the devastation stretching for miles around the city of Tacloban, Phillipines, where 220,000 people lived before Typhoon Haiyan.
Corporations aide in Typhoon Haiyan relief effortSamsung, Toyota, HSBC Bank and Ikea are among the companies pledging money to the relief efforts in the Philippines, Wal-Mart's holiday deals will begin 2 hours earlier than last year and a survey..
Massive typhoon reduces Philippine neighborhoods to rubbleTyphoon Haiyan wreaked havoc on the Philippines, reducing entire neighborhoods to rubble with its 150 mph winds and a storm surge reportedly up to 40 feet high. Rescue efforts are difficult in the..
Super typhoon Haiyan: Philippines slammed by record-breaking stormOne of the most powerful typhoons in history made landfall over the Philippines packing winds of more than 200 miles per hour. At least four people are dead, and more than 700,000 people were evacuated..
Documentary spotlights Filipina journalistThe documentary "A Thousand Cuts" shows journalist and news organization founder Maria Ressa's struggles with the government of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. (Aug. 11)
Critics fear Philippines could use COVID crisis to crack down on dissent"In an environment of horrific rights abuses and impunity, the situation is bound to worsen," a human rights watchdog said.
One Good Thing: Donated bikes help amid pandemicIn the wake of business closures and job losses in the Philippines, thousands of Filipinos have found themselves struggling to make ends meet. With a severely restricted public transportation system in..
Newlyweds spend wedding money on healthcare heroesBride and groom in the Philippines spend wedding money on hospital workers and people in need.
U.S. concerned by libel verdicts against Philippine journalistsThe U.S. State Department said on Tuesday it is concerned about court verdicts against two journalists in the Philippines and called for the case against them to be resolved in ways that reinforced a..
As economy slumps, Philippines lets eateries reopen to recoup job lossesThe Philippines is getting back to business after one of the world's strictest coronavirus lockdowns spanning nearly three months, allowing restaurants to reopen this week for dine-in customers in an..
Partial restrictions to remain in capital as Philippines tackles virusPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday partial restrictions would remain in place in the capital Manila for another two weeks because the threat from the new coronavirus was still present.
Fears for Philippines press freedom as court finds Maria Ressa guilty of libelThe head of a Philippine news website known for its tough scrutiny of President Rodrigo Duterte was convicted of libel on Monday and faces a lengthy jail term in what is being seen as a blow to media..
Philippine court finds news site chief Maria Ressa guilty of libelThe head of a Philippine news website known for its tough scrutiny of President Rodrigo Duterte faces up to six years in jail after being found guilty of cyber libel by a Manila court on Monday in what..
Philippines must pass anti-terrorism bill to stay off "grey list": councilThe Philippines risks being included in an international "grey list" of nations falling short of global money-laundering rules if it fails to enact and effectively implement a new anti-terrorism bill,..
Philippine protesters rally over controversial anti-terror billMore than 1,000 Filipinos on Friday braved the threat of coronavirus infection to protest against a controversial new anti-terrorism bill, which is awaiting Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's..
Philippines reports nine novel coronavirus deaths, 443 more infectionsThe Philippines' health ministry on Thursday confirmed nine more new coronavirus deaths and 443 additional infections.
Philippine officials visit disputed South China Sea islandThe Philippines' defence minister and military officials have made a trip to a disputed South China Sea island just a few miles from a base built by China, a visit that could draw criticism from..
Philippines students face distance learning until COVID-19 vaccine foundWith schools in the Philippines only due to reopen when a vaccine for COVID-19 has been found, educational authorities are racing to devise a distance learning regime for 27 million children by August,..
Philippines probes proliferation of fake Facebook accounts after anti-terror law protestThe Philippines is investigating the proliferation of fake Facebook accounts using the identities of students, journalists and government officials, which appeared after an anti-terror law protest, the..
Philippine coronavirus death toll rises to 1,003The Philippines on Sunday reported nine more fatalities related to the novel coronavirus, taking its death toll to 1,003.
Philippines' Duterte renews threat to kill drug dealers after big bustPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte renewed on Friday a threat to kill drug dealers after police seized 756 kg (1,667 lb) of methamphetamines, a haul he said proved the Southeast Asian country had..
'Near impunity' for drug war killings in Philippines, U.N. saysTens of thousands of people in the Philippines may have been killed in the war on drugs since mid-2016 amid "near impunity" for police and incitement to violence by top officials, the United Nations..
Philippines' Duterte U-turns on scrapping of U.S. troop dealPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte has suspended his decision to scrap a two-decade-old troop deployment agreement with the United States due to political and other developments in the region, his..
Duterte's 'draconian' anti-terror bill alarms activists in PhilippinesLawyers and human rights activists in the Philippines have raised the alarm over a new anti-terrorism bill pushed by the President Rodrigo Duterte, warning of draconian and arbitrary provisions that..
Philippines suspends scrapping of troop agreement with U.S.: ministerThe Philippines has suspended its decision to scrap a two-decade-old Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States, its foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Philippines capital comes back to life although virus threat lingersMillions of people returned to work in the Philippine capital on Monday as one of the world's strictest and longest coronavirus lockdowns was eased to help resuscitate an economy that has been battered..
Virus-hit cruise liner leaves Japan after a month's quarantineThe Costa Atlantica cruise ship, which docked in southern Japan with over 100 crew members testing positive for COVID-19, has left the country and is en route to the Philippines, local government..
Philippines reports 862 additional coronavirus infections, seven more deathsThe Philippines on Sunday reported 862 additional coronavirus cases and seven more deaths from the respiratory disease.
Philippines confirms eight more coronavirus deaths, 590 new casesThe Philippines' health ministry on Saturday reported eight additional deaths from the novel coronavirus and 590 new infections.
Relief, disappointment as Philippines restarts some transport servicesPhilippine taxi dispatcher Meliza Venal heaved a sigh of relief when she learned that hundreds of her company's drivers can finally go back to work after being stuck in their homes for 11 weeks.
Philippines eases one of world's toughest curbs amid spike in coronavirus casesPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte eased one of the toughest and longest lockdowns in the world for residents in the capital Manila from June 1, even as the country saw its biggest spike in..
Philippines' Duterte eases lockdown in capital from June 1Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday approved a recommendation to ease the lockdown in the capital Manila from June 1, resuming much-needed activity in an economy on the brink of..
Philippines confirms 539 new coronavirus cases, largest single-day increaseThe Philippines' health ministry on Thursday reported 17 more novel coronavirus deaths and 539 new infections, the largest number of cases reported in a single day since the virus was first detected in..
Philippines task force backs easing one of world's toughest lockdownsThe Philippines' coronavirus task force has recommended President Rodrigo Duterte ease one of the toughest and longest lockdowns in the world for residents in the capital who have endured nearly 11..
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'Finally free' - homebound Filipinos cheer end to quarantine ordealHundreds of repatriated Filipino workers made their way to bus and airport terminals on Tuesday to return to families, the first among around 24,000 nationals stuck for weeks in the capital's..