MANILA, PHILIPPINES (NOVEMBER 13, 2017) (REUTERS) – The issue of human rights and alleged extrajudicial killings in the Philippines was not discussed during a meeting on Monday (November 13) between U.S. President Donald Trump and counterpart Rodrigo Duterte, a Philippine spokesman said. Continue reading
The White House is defending President Donald Trump’s decision to invite Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to Washington, saying his cooperation is needed to counter North Korea and despite his alleged support of extra-judicial killings of drug suspects. Nathan Frandino reports. Continue reading
“If you are here and if you are into crime, kindly leave Davao. If you destroy Davao, I will kill you,” says Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during his two-day visit to Singapore. Continue reading
The Philippines says President Rodrigo Duterte regrets the comments he made about U.S. President Barack Obama, and hopes to iron out the differences between the two nations.
A two-year-old toddler in the Philippines performing cheerleading moves becomes a local internet sensation.
Volunteers pick up trash along the south-west coast of the Philippine capital ahead of World Oceans Day commemorations.
Hollywood actor Robert de Niro and Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa open a luxury hotel, part of the 1.3 billion USD City of Dreams casino-resort complex, in Manila’s Entertainment City.
National disaster agency officials advise the public to take care as an approaching typhoon heads to the Philippines over the Easter holidays.
Images from the International Space Station show a massive typhoon forming as the Philippines warns residents to be ready for super typhoon “Maysak.”
(R Reports) – Philippines anti-drugs campaigners want UK boyband One Direction to undergo drugs checks before their two-night Manila gig at the weekend.