Philippines Confirms Second Polio Case
In 2000, the United Nations health agency had declared the Philippines free of polio.
Health Officials: Polio Re-emerges in Philippines
“The outbreak calls for urgent action,” says UNICEF’s representative in the country.
Philippines Catches 3 Suspected Militant Veterans of 2017 Battle in Marawi
Arrests come two years after firefights and air strikes devastated the mosque-studded city.
Philippines: Duterte Says He Ordered Botched Hit on Politician
Vicente Loot, a former police general, survived an ambush in May 2018.
Police Arrest Suspected Islamic State-linked Militant in Southern Philippines
Improvised bomb, handgun and IS flag recovered from Jomar Maan, authorities say.
Philippines: Second Major Bust in a Week Nets Hundreds of Chinese Suspects
As many as 324 Chinese nationals are arrested in Palawan on suspicion of cybercrimes and other illegal activities.
Philippine Senator Seeks Probe of Military’s Deal with China-owned Telecoms Group
Defense chief Delfin Lorenzana apparently unaware of the deal, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo says.
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