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09:26, 24 February 2018 Saturday
11:41, 21 February 2018 Wednesday

Philippine officials to visit Kuwait amid worker row

Labour Secretary Silvestre Bello told reporters Wednesday one of his deputies would lead the delegation, which is also due to stop in Saudia Arabia and Qatar to urge reforms.

16:10, 06 February 2018 Tuesday

Turkey Philippines hold trade meeting

Agreements on trade, investment and agriculture sectors signed

10:32, 29 January 2018 Monday

Philippines' Duterte sanctions corruption prober

Duterte has denied the allegation. On Monday his spokesman Harry Roque said the president's chief aide had suspended the deputy Ombudsman, Melchor Arthur Carandang, for three months.

17:39, 26 January 2018 Friday

Misery again for Philippine volcano 'evacuees since birth'

Rising majestically above the region, the perfect cone of Mayon has been generating giant cauliflower clouds of superheated ash and bursts of fireworks-like lava for nearly two weeks, with experts warning of more.

03:39, 25 January 2018 Thursday

Thousands more flee erupting Philippine volcano

More than 56,000 residents are now crammed in schools and other buildings two weeks after Mayon volcano began showing signs of unrest.

14:13, 22 January 2018 Monday

Philippine volcano rains ash violent eruption feared

Fine ash and sand fell on Legazpi, a city of about 200,000 people, and nearby areas after the midday explosion turned the area into virtual nighttime, forcing motorists to switch on their lights and use windscreen wipers, an AFP video stringer said.

03:12, 16 January 2018 Tuesday

Philippine news website's licence revoked after Duterte threat

Rappler, set up in 2012, is among a clutch of Philippine news organisations that have sparred with Duterte over their critical coverage of his brutal drugs war.

11:14, 15 January 2018 Monday

Philippines warns of volcano eruption

Thousands flee to safer grounds in fear of possible hazardous eruption of Mayon volcano

14:37, 14 January 2018 Sunday

Philippines raises volcano alert level

Hundreds evacuated as restive Mayon volcano spews ashes

13:36, 14 January 2018 Sunday

Philippines arrests Chinese Taiwanese in telecom fraud

Arrests made in response to China's request over reported cyberfraud

11:52, 26 December 2017 Tuesday

Philippines' Duterte vows to get to truth of deadly mall

He said he made the promise during a meeting on Monday night with the families of those killed in a shopping mall fire in the southern city of Davao.

17:56, 25 December 2017 Monday

Philippines storm death toll climbs to 240 scores missing

Tropical Storm Tembin on Friday struck the country's main southern island of Mindanao, which often escapes the 20 or so storms that batter the rest of the archipelago nation each year.

16:36, 25 December 2017 Monday

Son of Philippine president steps down as deputy mayor

Paolo Duterte tenders resignation amid drug smuggling allegations, squabble with daughter

10:13, 24 December 2017 Sunday

Philippines Deaths from typhoon Vinta more than 200

Almost 300 persons remain missing, dozens injured at the onslaught of the typhoon.

09:38, 24 December 2017 Sunday

Philippines 37 people dead in Davao City mall

Firefighters rushed to the scene after receiving a 9:00 am distress call, took until Sunday morning to put out the blaze

04:40, 22 December 2017 Friday

4 dead after boat capsizes in northern Philippines

Some 200 passengers safe and accounted for, but search and rescue operations are ongoing, say officials

17:39, 17 December 2017 Sunday

Philippines Tropical storm death toll rises to 14

11 people confirmed dead on Sunday, while some 30 others are feared buried alive in landslide due to Tropical Storm Urduja

12:39, 16 December 2017 Saturday

Tropical storm kills 3 before landfall in Philippines

Electricity and communication lines down, thousands of passengers stranded by Tropical Storm Urduja

05:05, 12 December 2017 Tuesday

Duterte seeks martial law extension for southern Philippines

Duterte's request, which is expected to be approved this week, added to critics' fears that the 72-year-old leader is seeking to steer the Philippines back into dictatorship. 

01:05, 08 December 2017 Friday

Philippines plans to sue Sanofi over dengue vaccine minister

Regulators froze the Philippines' world-first public dengue immunisation programme last week and suspended all sales of the vaccine on Monday after Sanofi said Dengvaxia could worsen symptoms for vaccinated people who contracted the disease for the first time.

10:02, 04 December 2017 Monday

Philippines seeks halal market

New halal facility scheduled for grand opening during Maguindanao’s Inaul Festival in February  

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