Chinese ships are no longer allowed to conduct marine research in Philippine waters.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines’ (AFP) Eastern Mindanao Command (EastMinCom) has recommended the lifting of martial law in Davao City, citing the improved security situation in the area.
The Department of Health declares a national dengue epidemic.
The Philippines yesterday approved a plan to build a new airport near Manila.
Eight people are killed and dozens injured when a series of earthquakes struck islands in the far northern Philippines.
Asia’s First Airline, won the ‘World’s Most Improved Airline Award’ for 2019, as the carrier that achieved the biggest leap in product and service quality among a survey of over 350 leading airlines worldwide.
Duterte invokes the Philippines’ Mutual Defense Treaty with the United States.
Iceland spearheads a UN resolution to probe Duterte’s deadly drug war.
Foreign Affairs Secretary mulls the possibility of the country’s withdrawal from United Nations Human Rights Council.
Fifty-one people were injured and several homes, churches and other buildings damaged on Saturday when an earthquake sent terrified residents of the southern Philippines fleeing their homes before dawn, police said.
An interagency database of foreigners working in the country is now being developed to effectively monitor and ensure that they pay the correct amount of taxes to the government, the Department of Finance (DoF) announced on Wednesday.
The Philippines will not stop China from fishing in the country’s territorial waters.
The Philippines was able to save +$1 billion in losses because of its natural systems.
China and the Philippines agreed to conduct a joint inquiry over the sinking of a Filipino fishing boat by a Chinese vessel in disputed waters, President Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesman said Saturday.
Suspected Islamic State-linked militants kidnapped 10 fishermen off Borneo island Tuesday and took them to the southern Philippines, police said, the latest abductions in the strife-torn waters.
“On this occasion, we honour our forefathers who fought and died for our freedom and independence. Their labours, their blood, their sacrifices and their hardships are the foundation of our nation.
The Philippine government attacked United Nations human rights experts on Saturday for “unpardonable intrusions”, after a call for an international investigation into killings linked to President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
World renowned choir, Philippine Madrigal Singers, brought their sound to Phnom Penh on June 6 for the Melodies by the Mekong: A Friendship Concert.
Six athletes depart to China for expertise ahead of the 2019 SEA Games.
Two years after the Philippine city of Marawi was overrun by jihadists it remains in ruins, with experts warning that stalled reconstruction efforts are bolstering the appeal of extremist groups in the volatile region.
Coastal towns and islets in the Philippines are steadily sinking because groundwater is increasingly being pumped out to cater to a booming population and growing economy,
A festering diplomatic row over tonnes of trash wrongly shipped to the Philippines.
A Philippine firm to start exporting Cambodian dried mango to the Philippines.
Philippine rescuers race to reach some two dozen people after a deadly earthquake.
The reeling water problem currently facing cities in the Philippines is an outcome of at least three factors, mostly ignored in policy fora.
Thirteen fossil bones and teeth excavated in a cave in the Philippines represent an enigmatic previously unknown human species, probably small in stature and possessing an unexpected mix of archaic and modern traits, scientists said on Wednesday.
Philippine Airlines launches its inaugural direct flight to Phnom Penh on Monday.
Cambodia’s Soft Tennis Federation intends to send athletes on a six-month training sojourn abroad ahead of the 2019 Manila SEA Games in the Philippines.
A senior Abu Sayyaf operative and four members surrender to authorities.
CIMB Bank officially launches its presence in the Philippines.