Philippines

Philippine Supreme Court dismisses efforts to disqualify Marcos presidency

His inauguration this week will see the culmination of efforts to rehabilitate the family name.

Rights groups welcome ICC effort to reopen Duterte drug-war probe

The international prosecutor says the move is necessary because government efforts don’t “constitute investigative activity.”

Filipino town gets muddy to honor Christian saint

Residents in Aliaga town roll in the dirt as part of a tradition dating to World War II

Journalists slam Philippine government for blocking 2 domestic news sites

The National Telecommunications Commission decision is unconstitutional, media groups say.

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is officially inaugurated as the Philippine leader

The president asks his critics to work with his government in unity.

Journalists slam Philippine government for blocking 2 domestic news sites

The National Telecommunications Commission decision is unconstitutional, media groups say.

Philippine news site Rappler ordered to shut down

Philippines polluted by 163 million single-use plastic sachets used daily

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