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China's territorial claims over a shoal of tiny islands sparks a diplomatic row in Manila
European Commission president pledges support to the Philippines
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Europe would not tolerate aggression in the Indo-Pacific region in a speech in Manila.
Culture Re-View: The Beatles accused of snubbing Imelda Marcos
On this day in 1966, the Fab Four inadvertantly snubbed the wife of the Philippines' president, causing outrage across the Asian nation.
Philippine ferry catches fire at sea but all 120 passengers brought to safety
Photos and video released by the coast guard show flames and black smoke billowing from two decks at one end of the ferry. Coast guard personnel onboard another vessel used a water cannon to put out the fire while a fishing boat and one other vessel can be seen nearby.
106-year-old Filipino tattoo artist becomes Vogue's oldest cover model
A 106-year-old Indigenous Filipino tattoo artist becomes Vogue's oldest ever cover model - here's her story.
Good Friday tradition in the Philippines re-enacts crucifixion
The Good Friday tradition is rejected by the Catholic church but draws huge crowds of devotees and tourists to the Philippines, an Asian bastion of Christianity.
Filipino Catholics self-flagellate on Holy Thursday
COVID-19 restrictions in the past years have prevented crowds and devotees from participating in the ritual, a practice discouraged by the Catholic Church in the Philippines.
Thousands of Filipinos gather to touch Black Nazarene statue
Tens of thousands of Catholic devotees in the Philippines flock to a church in Manila to celebrate the feast of the Black Nazarene, a revered statue of Jesus Christ which is believed to have miraculous powers.
Thousands evacuated after Christmas Day flooding in the Philippines
Flooding on Christmas Day in the Philippines has left a trail of destruction to infrastructure and homes, with at least eight people reported dead and 19 others missing.
Watch: Philippines hit by heavy flooding during Christmas weekend
At least eight people have died and another 19 people are missing after heavy flooding hit the Philippines over the Christmas weekend.
Philippines storm victims 'feared tsunami and ran toward mudslide'
The death toll from tropical storm Nalgae climbed on Sunday to 48, with more than 20 others missing and many parts of the country still inundated with water.
Dozens still missing as Tropical Storm Nalgae lashes the Philippines
Officials say at least 60 people are still missing feared dead after Tropical Storm Nalgae hit the Philippines causing devastating mudslides and destroying homes.
Typhoon Noru causes flooding in northern Philippines
Typhoon Noru hit the northern Philippines on Monday, killing five rescuers.
At least six people dead after powerful typhoon hits the Philippines
The most powerful storm to hit the country this year caused flash floods and pushed tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes.
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Protest at Japanese Embassy against dolphin kill
More than a dozen Filipino marine wildlife advocates marched to the Japanese Embassy in Manila on Thursday to protest the resumption of the annual drive fisheries, which sees the capture and kill of hundreds of dolphins in Japan.
Unpredictable volcano in the Philippines spews out 1km-long ash cloud
The Philippines is in the Pacific 'Ring of Fire', where volcanic activity and earthquakes are common.
Residents inspect damage after huge fire in Manila
Hundreds of residents tried to salvage parts of their destroyed homes on Friday, a day after a massive fire engulfed a residential compound in Manila.
Which are the best islands to visit in the Philippines?
Here's why you should visit the Southeast Asian archipelago with the world's best diving.
Police and protesters clash in Philippines capital after presidential elections
Police and protesters clash near the HQ of the Commission of Elections, or Comelec, in the Philippines capital Manila as demonstrators rally against alleged electoral fraud in the national elections.