Rights groups and victims of her late husband’s dictatorship cry foul over court’s decision.
Beijing’s moves in South China Sea threaten sovereignty of nations, Mike Pence says.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says terrorism “has the potential to grow worse” in Southeast Asia.
American troops took the bells as war souvenirs after sacking Balangiga town in 1901.
Beijing hopes to have a South China Sea code of conduct within three years.
Eight others were wounded, including Balaoan mayor who is the dead man’s daughter.
Event will start process of returning bells taken from a Philippine church in 1901, officials say.
China would not be expected to demilitarize the disputed Spratly Islands, analyst tells BenarNews.
But the 89-year-old Marcos matriarch, a friend of President Rodrigo Duterte, will likely not be detained, political analysts say.
Online news site has drawn President Duterte’s ire over drug war reporting.
But the case that took 26 years to finish can be appealed, prosecutors said.
Vicente Ladlad’s arrest comes amid government’s intensified crackdown on guerrillas.
Benjamin Ramos is the 34th attorney to be slain since 2016.
Superintendent Santiago Rapiz pulled out gun as officers moved to arrest him, national police say.
Searchers search for a dozen people believed buried in the town of Natonin.
The incident in Mindanao followed last month’s killing of nine farmers at a hacienda.
Patricia Fox vows to continue her work in Melbourne, after losing legal battle to remain in the Philippines.
Government rushes aid as President Rodrigo Duterte prepares to visit affected areas Thursday.
Authorities said they were gathering information about reports that two Filipinos were kidnapped separately off Nigeria.
Sulu province governor accuses Congress of abusing power to pass the legislation.
Tropical cyclone tracks westward across areas ravaged by last month’s Typhoon Mangkhut, weather forecasters say.
Manila’s new foreign secretary says this during a visit by his Chinese counterpart.
Spokesman said troops are pursuing other militants who escaped in the jungle.
Boracay’s clean-up occurred after President Duterte complained it had become a “cesspool.”
A meth shipment was allegedly hidden in lifters used by the Bureau of Customs.
“I hid among the cane and prayed my son would survive,” a victim’s father said.
No signs President Rodrigo Duterte would slow down his deadly anti-drugs campaign despite international condemnation.
Ninety-five pages and 39 accounts violated Facebook's spam and authenticity policies.
Bassir Sahak led an IS-inspired group in the region, officials say.
Sen. Antonio Trillanes says decision means he cannot be arrested for roles in uprisings.