Hundreds of refugees reject plans to take them back to Rakhine state.
Controversial preacher’s remarks about racial minorities crossed the line, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says.
Manila issues warning ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte’s China visit.
Manila’s move comes as President Rodrigo Duterte prepares for a visit to Beijing.
Police regain control after clashes with demonstrators over recent detention of Papuan students, authorities say.
Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo: Lopez’s environmental legacy “remains unparalleled to this day.”
Chief Thai peace negotiator denies a government delegation met with the insurgent group last week.
Defense and prosecution lawyers ask court to allow them to complete trial related to SRC International.
Rohingya leaders express astonishment and worry over repatriation, saying they were not consulted.
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says workers at casinos in Manila area could spy on Philippine military bases.
“We have sacrificed everything for the job,” senior sewing operator Shipa Akhter says.
Unions voice concern that pay raise given in December 2018 has not been effective.
Thousands of displaced residents remain homeless and unexploded ordnance still litters the southern Philippine city.
Lynas required to build its own “cracking and leaching” facility outside Malaysia within four years.