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10/20/17 10:08 AM PST
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said that Mahmud Ahmad, one of the organizers of the Marawi siege and Islamic State's main recruiter in Southeast Asia has been killed.
10/19/17 10:49 AM PST
Miss World Philippines 2017, Teresita Ssen "Winwyn" Marquez, is set to compete for the title of Reina Hispanoamericana
10/19/17 10:30 AM PST
Nineteen members of the Aegis Juris fraternity met on the day that hazing victim Horacio Castillo III died in a Manila hospital.
10/19/17 10:22 AM PST
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre announced the arrest of 36-year-old Karen Aizha Hamidon on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
10/19/17 9:38 AM PST
Mae Flores said she was first raped 20 years ago on a cruise ship but was in denial and embarrassed, so she did not report the incident. She is now ready to tell her story and help others.
10/18/17 9:44 AM PST
U.S. President Rodrigo Duterte plans to meet with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte next month during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in Manila.
10/17/17 10:54 AM PST
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared Marawi city "liberated from terrorist influence" on Tuesday, Oct. 17, following the deaths of Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon and Maute co-founder Omar Maute. Military spokesperson Restituto Padilla said, however, that fighting continues until remaining militants in the battle area are "dealt with".
10/17/17 9:29 AM PST
On Oct. 13, Filipino children perform "Baby Shark" dance for Miss Earth Contestants visiting Gigantes Island in Iloilo.
10/16/17 10:11 AM PST
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he will not hesitate to declare a revolutionary government if his opponents' efforts to destabilize the government become chaotic.
10/16/17 9:49 AM PST
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte met with U.S. actor Steven Seagal to discuss karate, drugs and movies.
10/13/17 10:35 AM PST
On Oct. 11, Philippines TV5 and ESPN announced they have agreed to create a new rebranded sports channel called ESPN 5.
10/13/17 10:25 AM PST
One hundred and thirty one civil society organizations from all over the world have sent an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook asking for games depicting Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs to be removed from the app store.