Nearly three dozen Filipino crew members on the Diamond Princess have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are being treated.
Public anger over extended delays has allowed extremists “to regain a foothold,” U.S. government report says.
Former Sen. Antonio Trillanes is among those charged with conspiracy to commit treason.
Officials: Slain militant was involved in attacks that damaged power transmission lines.
But presidential spokesman says the proposal could be a plan to lure errant cops out in the open.
Earlier, the U.S. defense chief pointed out the decision came as nations are telling China to “obey international rules.”
Talitay official was about to enter a downtown hotel when he was gunned down.
Senator, analyst warn that pulling out of Visiting Forces Agreement places Manila at Beijing’s mercy over South China Sea.
Solicitor general’s move against ABS-CBN follows similar efforts against the Rappler news portal last year.
Frenchiemae Cumpio is the second community journalist arrested since October for alleged rebel links.
Terminating the Visiting Forces Agreement would put Manila at a disadvantage, Philippine foreign secretary says.
Abu Sayyaf militants are believed to have taken the Filipino victim to a rebel-held area.
The suspect lived in Cebu for more than a year and worked as a rice trader.
Senate opens inquiry into a utility that operates the national grid and is partly owned by a Chinese firm.
Military officials share views on potential impact of terminating Philippine-U.S. Visiting Forces Agreement.
A man from Wuhan died Saturday while a woman who was traveling with him remains quarantined.
Bangladesh, Thailand and Indonesia gear up repatriation of their citizens from Hubei province.
WHO declares “public health emergency of international concern” over global outbreak.
“I will not allow any Cabinet member to go there at this time,” Rodrigo Duterte says.
Residents blame bureaucracy for failing to meet deadlines to release $8 million.
Authorities lowered alert level on Taal volcano on Sunday, two weeks after it erupted and spewed ash.
President Duterte is fuming because Washington canceled a U.S. visa for ex-police chief who led his drug war.
Rodrigo Duterte is not sure the United States will allow him to enter, his spokesman says.
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines agreed in 2017 to joint sea, air efforts to deter maritime abductions.
The statement comes after an airstrike destroyed a boat used to transport the five Indonesian hostages.
A 5-year-old boy from China was detected with high fever, throat irritation and cough.
Authorities have not located five hostages taken from a fishing boat in Malaysian waters.
A “cover-up” by Kuwaiti authorities into another killing of a Filipina triggered action, Manila says.
Two suspected Abu Sayyaf militants were arrested in connection with plot to attack a cathedral in Basilan province.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s critics are using the document as “political propaganda,” attorney Jude Sabio alleges.