5.0-magnitude tremor hits Leyte island, killing 2
Retired master sergeant, a Muslim convert, had been kidnapped during attack
Military says 3 women among dead in attack by Abu Sayyaf group on village in predominantly Muslim province of Basilan
Satellite photos show nine Chinese civilian and two government ships near the Philippine-owned Pag-asa Island
Police raids dubbed "One Time Big Time" saw at least 76 people shot dead, authorities said, as rights groups and lawmakers condemned the operation as an alarming "killing spree" in Duterte's flagship campaign.
Proposal by Moro Islamic Liberation Front has Duterte’s support
Each of the dead men has a number in Roman numerals drawn in black pen above their bare feet to help the morticians keep track of the bodies that churn through each night. One of them is marked VI.
International human rights watch claims Duterte has unleashed a human rights calamity
In one of the deadliest operations of the war, police reported killing 32 people in raids on Monday on suspected drug traffickers in Bulacan province, which neighbours the capital of Manila.
Duterte has waged an unprecedented crackdown on drugs during his 14 months in power that has seen police and suspected vigilantes kill thousands of people, leading to warnings by rights groups that he may be overseeing a crime against humanity.
This is the highest number of drug users killed in single day since President Duterte launched anti-drug campaign last year
Regional bloc opts for diplomatic approach to resolve crisis
Government-backed MILF vows to rid area of ISIL-linked groups
Military chief says working with Malaysia, Indonesia has produced results such as arrest of recruiter
Muktadil and his group have warrants for their arrests for kidnapping, illegal detention and murder
An immediate cull was ordered for all chicken, ducks and quail within a kilometre (0.6 miles) of the infected poultry in San Luis town, north of Manila, said Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Pinol.
The US Geological Survey measured it at 6.2 magnitude.
Government ready to help in case of emergencies, working closely with Philippine community in Guam
Over 30,000 residents who fled war-torn city in southern Philippines exhibit signs of mental disorder, crisis officials say
Hundreds of thousands continue to be displaced by the war, including 200,000 children