Government requested legal action after President Rodrigo Duterte stopped peace negotiations.
Declaration will allow release of much-needed emergency funds.
Decision to revoke news portal’s license “not an attack on press freedom,” presidential spokesman says.
Mayon volcano could explode in days or weeks.
Indonesia has issued passports to hundreds of stateless people of Indonesian decent in the southern Philippines.
ADB calls for “speedy reconstruction and rehabilitation” of southern Philippine city.
Officers conducted 50 sting operations across Bulacan, a suburb of Manila.
Supreme Court rules in favor of petition seeking details about investigation into Dengvaxia.
Grant aims to help thousands whose lives were disrupted by battle return to work.
Agreement comes amid bilateral concerns about terrorist movements along their common border.
MILF and MNLF members aim to block spread of terrorism after Marawi battle.
Drugs worth $2.4 million wash up in central Philippines after Chinese vessel sinks.
Troops killed more than 1,500 militants last year in Marawi and other battles in the south.
Maritime Industry Authority administrator traveled internationally 24 times in 13 months, government claims.
Thirty-eight people, including 37 employees of American firm, perished in blaze at Davao City shopping center.
Explosions blamed on renegade Muslim militants.
Four soldiers were injured in a skirmish with BIFF in North Cotabato, officials said.
An investigation is underway to determine culpability in blaze that killed 38 people.
Close to 60,000 people displaced by Tembin were huddling in shelters on Christmas.
The blaze broke out at the mall in Davao City as people were shopping for Christmas.
Tropical Storm Tembin affects nearly 73,000 residents on Mindanao island.
Tropical storm Tembin brings heavy rain, severe floods.
Communist party orders temporary halt to guerrilla operations against military.
Search efforts were called off after 240 were rescued but seven were reported as missing.
Move comes after he called the fighters terrorists as he asked to maintain martial law.
Suspected members of a cell led by Abu Turaipe were targeted in North Cotabato.
Offshoot extremist groups are recruiting youths to join future battles, officials say.
Kai-tak (Urduja) killed at least 30 people in the central Philippines.
Meeting occurred after a U.S. think-tank reported that Beijing is militarizing islands.
“No one warned me about the dangers of the vaccine,” Benigno Aquino III testifies before a Senate panel.