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No justice years after Philippines massacre
No one convicted after 58 people gunned down in cold blood in 2009 in the country's worst political mass killing.
Last updated: 23 Nov 2014 13:03 GMT
As foreign troops withdraw from Afghanistan, one young Afghan photographer has finally found a way to flee the country.
Last updated: 13 Nov 2014 10:54 GMT
Tondo: The space in between
Historian Carlos Celdran explains how the Tondo slum came into existence as the rebel district of Manila.
Last updated: 11 Nov 2014 12:33 GMT
Hope battles despair a year after Haiyan
For survivors of the super typhoon that killed 6,300 people, life in the Philippines remains a struggle.
Last updated: 08 Nov 2014 12:33 GMT
The March to Progress in the Philippines
A tribesman leads his village in resisting a development project that promises progress but threatens his tribe.
Last updated: 04 Nov 2014 14:19 GMT
US-Philippines ties and transgender killing
US Marine arrest puts controversial military deal in the limelight after transgender Filipino found dead in a toilet.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2014 06:19 GMT
Philippine rebels free German hostages
Military confirms Abu Sayyaf group released man and woman, but says it is "not privy" to reports $5.6m ransom was paid.
Last updated: 18 Oct 2014 11:07 GMT
Abu Sayyaf hostage killing deadline passes
Philippine rebel group had said it would kill German hostage on Friday unless Berlin paid $5.6m in ransom.
Last updated: 17 Oct 2014 10:01 GMT
WHO says East Asia at risk of Ebola
Warning comes as the Philippines considers a request to send health workers to Ebola-hit West African countries.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2014 17:13 GMT
Vote for Me
During election season in Manila, politicians are out fishing for votes, but the locals are not all convinced.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2014 08:09 GMT
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The photo controversy over indigenous people
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'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
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