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Philippine quake knocks over building, damages Clark airport

Clark airport was closed temporarily because of damaged check-in counters, ceilings and parts of the departure area.
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6.3 earthquake hits Philippines, thousands flee area near Manila

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Animals That Are In Danger Of Disappearing Forever [Video]Animals That Are In Danger Of Disappearing Forever

Here is a list of animals that are in danger of perishing for good.

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:51Published

Previously undiscovered species of human found in Philippines cave [Video]Previously undiscovered species of human found in Philippines cave

Ancient remains found in a cave in the Philippines have led to the discovery of a tiny hominin species previously unknown to science.

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New species of human found in Philippine cave [Video]New species of human found in Philippine cave

PENABLANCA, PHILIPPINES — Ancient remains found in a cave in the Philippines have led to the discovery of a tiny hominin species previously unknown to science. According to an article published in..

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Oil-Eating Bacteria Discovered In Ocean's Deepest Trench [Video]Oil-Eating Bacteria Discovered In Ocean's Deepest Trench

Scientists have discovered something new in the mysterious Mariana Trench. Geek.com reports an oil-eating bacteria has been discovered in the trench, the deepest part of the Earth’s oceans. The..

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Scientists Discover New Species of Tiny, Extinct Human In Philippine Cave [Video]Scientists Discover New Species of Tiny, Extinct Human In Philippine Cave

According to a report by Gizmodo, scientists have discovered a previously unknown species of ancient human that lived in the Philippines over 50,000 years ago. The new species, Homo Luzonensis, is..

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Ancient Human Specimen Found In The Philippines [Video]Ancient Human Specimen Found In The Philippines

According to Geek.com, another species in the homo genus has been found in a Philippine Cave.

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Scientists Find Evidence Of New Human Species In Philippine Cave [Video]Scientists Find Evidence Of New Human Species In Philippine Cave

An international team of scientists reports that it has found a new human species.

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U.S. sails amphibious assault ship in disputed South China Sea [Video]U.S. sails amphibious assault ship in disputed South China Sea

WEST PHILIPPINE SEA — The U.S. sailed its USS Wasp amphibious assault ship near a strategic reef claimed by Manila and Beijing that lies 230 km off the Philippine coast, reports the Japan..

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Russian Warships Arrive In Philippines [Video]Russian Warships Arrive In Philippines

CNN reports Two Russian destroyers and a tanker have docked in the Philippines for a "goodwill visit" amid escalating tensions in the disputed South China Sea. The destroyers Admiral Tributs and..

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Duterte Says Military Action Possible in Island Dispute [Video]Duterte Says Military Action Possible in Island Dispute

President Rodrigo Duterte says he will tell his troops to prepare for a "suicide mission" to defend Thitu Island.

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Hundreds of Live Tarantulas Found Hidden in Cookies and Oatmeal Shipment [Video]Hundreds of Live Tarantulas Found Hidden in Cookies and Oatmeal Shipment

Customs officials are used to seeing all sorts of strange items during international mail inspections, but hundreds of live tarantulas might be a first.

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Philippines: Chinese Vessels In Disputed Waters Is Illegal [Video]Philippines: Chinese Vessels In Disputed Waters Is Illegal

The Philippines' foreign ministry said Thursday The presence of more than 200 Chinese fishing boats near an island occupied by Manila in the disputed South China Sea is illegal and a clear..

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Philippines Journalist Maria Ressa Arrested Again [Video]Philippines Journalist Maria Ressa Arrested Again

Acclaimed Philippine journalist Maria Ressa was arrested at Manila’s airport Friday for allegedly violating a ban on foreign media ownership, the latest legal backlash to sting the longtime critic of..

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Maria Ressa released on bail after second arrest in the Philippines [Video]Maria Ressa released on bail after second arrest in the Philippines

Maria Ressa, noted Duterte critic and chief of Philippine news site Rappler, has been released on bail after being arrested at an airport in Manila, her second arrest in a month. Jayson Albano reports.

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Philippine news site chief and Duterte critic freed on bail after latest arrest [Video]Philippine news site chief and Duterte critic freed on bail after latest arrest

Maria Ressa, Duterte critic and the chief of Philippine news site Rappler, is freed on bail after being arrested at a Manila airport. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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Whale found dead with 40kg of plastic in its stomach [Video]Whale found dead with 40kg of plastic in its stomach

A whale was found with 40kg (88 pounds) of plastic in its stomach in the Philippines on Saturday, highlighting a stomach-churning effect of plastic pollution in the archipelago nation. No reporter..

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Dead Whale Found With Over 80 Pounds Of Plastic Bags In Stomach [Video]Dead Whale Found With Over 80 Pounds Of Plastic Bags In Stomach

Marine biologists were stunned to find that a dead male Cuvier’s beaked whale that washed up in the Philippines had ingested more than 80 pounds of plastic bags. The D’Bone Collector Museum in..

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The Philippines Officially Leaves ICC [Video]The Philippines Officially Leaves ICC

The Philippines is out of the International Criminal Court a year after deciding to leave.

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Hundreds of people queue for water in drought-hit Philippine capital [Video]Hundreds of people queue for water in drought-hit Philippine capital

Hundreds of people queued for water on Friday in the Philippines capital as a drought caused shortage across the country.

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Women Activists Protest Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on International Women's Day [Video]Women Activists Protest Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on International Women's Day

Hundreds of Filipino protesters, mostly women, marched through the streets in Manila on Friday to mark. International women's day.

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Philippine Measles Deaths Top Last Year – And 2.6M Kids Are At Risk [Video]Philippine Measles Deaths Top Last Year – And 2.6M Kids Are At Risk

Measles deaths are increasing at an alarming rate in the Philippines.

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Philippine president battles ouster | World Notebook [Video]Philippine president battles ouster | World Notebook

► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI Allegations brought by former police officer Arturo Lascanas have triggered a campaign to impeach the country’s hardline leader Rodrigo..

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Philippine Measles Deaths Top Last Year [Video]Philippine Measles Deaths Top Last Year

Measles deaths are increasing at an alarming rate in the Philippines.

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How to Make Easy Chicken Adobo [Video]How to Make Easy Chicken Adobo

Inspired by the Philippine national dish, this Easy Chicken Adobo uses a simple blend of garlic, vinegar, and soy sauce to give chicken a zingy boost.

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A U.S. Ally Reconsiders Its Alliance [Video]A U.S. Ally Reconsiders Its Alliance

According to Business Insider, the Philippines is questioning its alliance with the US and pushing for a review of its decades-old defense treaty with Washington. The Philippines fears the it could be..

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Strong earthquake shakes areas north of Philippine capital

A strong earthquake shook the Philippine capital and outlying provinces Monday, briefly knocking out power, causing boulders to roll down onto a highway, stopping an overhead train service and..
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Strong quake sends Philippine workers fleeing buildings

MANILA: A powerful earthquake rocked the Philippines on Monday, sending thousands of people fleeing high-rises in Manila as buildings shook.
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Philippine Catholics lash themselves in penance ahead of Easter

Dozens of barefoot penitents in the Philippines whipped themselves and carried large wooden crosses in sweltering heat on Thursday as they participated in a ritual ahead of Easter in Asia's biggest..
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Philippines confirms death of Islamist group leader

Philippine officials on Sunday confirmed that a leader of an alliance of pro-Islamic State militants was one of four insurgents killed in a clash with the military last month.
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Philippine news site asks top court to scrap Duterte's ban on its reporters

A news website bitterly opposed by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday petitioned the Supreme Court to overturn a ban on coverage of his events, calling it an unconstitutional assault on..
Reuters India - Published

Fossils of enigmatic extinct human species found on Philippine island

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..
Reuters India - Published

Will send troops on 'suicide mission': Philippine President threatens China

[Philippines], April 5 (ANI): Amid reports of the presence of Chinese vessels near a Philippines-administered island in the South China Sea, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to
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Seven dead in clash between Philippine troops, Abu Sayyaf militants

Three Philippine soldiers and four pro-Islamic State militants were killed, and a total of 22 wounded during a brief, but intense, firefight on a remote southern island on Friday, the military said.
Reuters India - Published

Philippine President warns of military action if China does not back off from disputed island in South China Sea

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, aiming to attract trade and investment from the Asian superpower, has mostly withheld his early criticism of Beijing's expansive claims to the sea -- a point of..
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Philippines' Duterte tells China to 'lay off' island in disputed waters

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told China on Thursday to "lay off" an island occupied by Manila in the disputed South China Sea and said he would deploy his soldiers there if Beijing touches it.
Reuters India - Published

Philippines says Chinese vessels in disputed waters illegal

The presence of more than 200 Chinese fishing boats near an island occupied by Manila in the disputed South China Sea is illegal and a clear violation of Philippine sovereignty, the country's foreign..
Reuters India - Published

Duterte orders review of government contracts to ensure they are fair to Filipinos

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a review of all government contracts with companies and other countries to ensure they are fair to Filipinos, his spokesman said on Tuesday.
Reuters India - Published

Philippines' Duterte orders review of all government contracts

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a review of all contracts entered into by the government with companies and other countries to ensure none puts the country at a disadvantage, his spokesman..
Reuters India - Published

Rights groups dispute Philippine police account of clash that killed 14 suspected rebels

Fourteen suspected communist rebels were killed in a clash with security forces in the central Philippines, police said on Sunday, but human rights activists said those who died were farmers.
Reuters India - Published

High-profile Philippine journalist Maria Ressa arrested at Manila airport

[Philippine], March 30 (ANI): Vocal critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and a high-profile Philippine journalist Maria Ressa was arrested here on Friday at the airport.
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Philippine news site chief and Duterte critic freed on bail after latest arrest

The head of a Philippine news website known for critical reports about President Rodrigo Duterte was freed on bail hours after she was re-arrested at a Manila airport on Friday on charges she had..
Reuters India - Published

The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was..
Reuters India - Published

Philippine news site chief arrested again over foreign ownership laws

The head of a Philippine news website known for critical reports about President Rodrigo Duterte was re-arrested at Manila airport on Friday, this time on charges she had violated foreign ownership..
Reuters India - Published

Thousands of motorbikers protest at Philippines' new plate regulation

More than 10,000 motorcycle riders staged a motorcade on Sunday in the main highways of the Philippine capital Manila to protest at new regulations forcing them to display bigger licence plates, saying..
Reuters India - Published

Philippine transport regulator rejects Go-Jek's appeal for ride-hailing licence

The Philippines' transport regulator said on Tuesday it has rejected an appeal from Indonesia's Go-Jek to launch a ride-hailing service, having denied Go-Jek's initial request earlier this year citing..
Reuters India - Published

Philippines hopes Islamist group 'neutralised' after de facto leader killed

The Philippine military believes it may have "neutralised" the remnants of an alliance of pro-Islamic State extremists, after the suspected death of the group's de facto leader during clashes last..
Reuters India - Published

Philippines' RCBC sues 'vicious' Bangladesh Bank over heist claim

A Philippine bank has filed a lawsuit accusing Bangladesh's central bank of defamation, hitting back at what it says are baseless claims of its complicity in the world's biggest cyber heist.
Reuters India - Published

Thousands march against Duterte on International Women's Day

Protest leader Joms Salvador of women's group Gabriela told AFP that Duterte's "misogynistic" statements were "unacceptable, be they jokes or not." Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte had repeatedly..
IndiaTimes - Published

Philippines' Duterte picks cabinet ally to head central bank

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made a surprise appointment on Monday by naming his budget secretary as central bank governor even as the market had preferred to see an insider take the helm of..
Reuters India - Published

Philippines to charge officials of Sanofi, government over dengue vaccine

The Philippine Department of Justice on Friday said it had found probable cause to indict officials from French drugmaker Sanofi and former and current Philippine health officials over 10 deaths it..
Reuters India - Published

Go-Jek begins services in Thailand, says Philippine launch to be 'pretty fast': CEO

Indonesia's Go-Jek has begun services in Thailand and is working toward entering the Philippines, founder and chief executive Nadiem Makarim said on Wednesday, as the ride-hailing firm continues to up..
Reuters India - Published

Philippine central bank governor Espenilla dies

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine central bank governor, Nestor Espenilla, died on Saturday, the bank said. He was 60 and had cancer. Espenilla, a veteran of nearly four decades with the Bangko Sentral ng..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Philippines' Duterte warns of harsher drugs war ahead

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday that his signature anti-narcotics campaign will be even harsher in the future, signalling no let-up in a bloody crackdown that has alarmed the..
Reuters India - Published

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