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A Saudi Arabian Airlines flight was isolated at Manila airport in the Phillipines on Tuesday morning, when a hijack alarm was accidentally pressed by the pilot.
A self-proclaimed hit-man in the Philippines says he heard the country’s president order extra-judicial killings in the early ’90s.
Filipino director Lav Diaz picks up the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for 'The Woman Who Left', while the runner-up Silver Lion is split between Andrei Konchalovsky for Holocaust drama 'Rai'
Hardliner Duterte has warned the US president not to question him over a surge in drug-related killings since Duterte took office two months ago.
President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a ‘‘state of lawlessness’‘ in the Philippines after a bomb attack in his home city killed at least 14 people.
Police in the Philippines are investigating the cause of an explosion in Davao City.
Police in the Philippines have turned to puppets in a bid to warn school children about the dangers of drug use.
The Philippine president has threatened to quit the United Nations after it urged him to stop killing suspected criminals.
Wading into the South China Sea dispute, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said he backs the resumptions of talks between China and the Philippines over the disputed region, as he met with his Fil
A defiant China has now formalised its objections to an international tribunal ruling that says its claims to territorial rights in the South China Sea have no legal…
An international court has ruled against Beijing over its territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea.
Tension is mounting ahead of a hotly-anticipated international ruling due on competing claims by China and the Philippines in the region.
The Philippines has a new president after Rodrigo Duterte was sworn in during a ceremony in Manila following his resounding election victory in May.
Canada believes its hostage Robert Hall – held for months by Islamist militants in the Philippines – has been killed by his captors.
Beijing's comments come on the fringes of Asia's biggest security summit in Singapore, where the situation is being viewed with concern.
He has been called a “maverick” and nicknamed “Digong Duterte”. The 71-year-old former mayor of Davao is perhaps the least orthodox politician to
Rodrigo Duterte, a controversial mayor, accused of having links to death squads and vigilante killers, has claimed victory as president of the
Mayor of Davao city, Rodrigo Duterte was leading with more than 10 million votes, with three-quarters of the precincts counted.
The election campaign exposed widespread disgust with the Southeast Asian country's governing elite. There is widespread poverty and inequality despite years of robust economic growth.
A Canadian man believed to have been killed by Abu Sayyaf militants in the Philippines has been identified as John Ridsdel. The 68-year-old former
Islamist militants in the Philippines have killed Canadian hostage John Ridsdel in what Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has condemned as an
Police have clashed with farmers in the southern Philippines. The farmers are demanding food aid from the government after 300,000 thousand hectares
Manny Pacquiao's WBO welterweight fight against Timothy Bradley looks set to hit the airwaves on TV and radio after being given the green light by the Philippine election commission.
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Domingo Ramon C. Enerio III, President of the Tourism Promotions Board in the Philippines, about how 2015 turned
The mummified corpse of a missing German sailor has been found on a yacht drifting off the southern Philippines coast. Police say documents on board