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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
Cameroon: Boko Haram hostages freed in north
State radio says the freed captives include 10 Chinese and the wife of a vice prime minister.
Last updated: 11 Oct 2014 11:13 GMT
Philippines hunts for Marcos' plundered art
As family of former dictator seeks historical redemption, government counters with unrelenting search for stolen wealth.
Last updated: 06 Oct 2014 11:28 GMT
Island by Island
Lifelines profiles workers battling rabies, a fatal disease if left untreated.
Last updated: 13 Apr 2014 10:55 GMT
CAR army returns to barracks as fighting ends
Interim President Nguendet says the "anarchy" that has gripped the country will be swiftly brought to an end.
Last updated: 13 Jan 2014 14:37 GMT
'They are waiting for the patient to die'
In the late stages of rabies, as patients become uncontrollable, they have to be moved to isolated facilities.
Last updated: 25 Sep 2013 15:50 GMT
'Pork-barrel protests' rock the Philippines
More than 100,000 people marched in Manila and other cities against widespread graft.
Last updated: 27 Aug 2013 08:15 GMT
Violence casts shadow over Philippines vote
Deadly attacks precede elections with at least 50 people killed, five of them reported murdered on eve of contest.
Last updated: 12 May 2013 10:15 GMT
Family affair: Philippine political dynasties
Clans rule 73 out of 80 provinces and with midterm elections on Monday, experts say dynasties are impeding progress.
Last updated: 11 May 2013 11:55 GMT
Manila compensates victims of ex-dictator
Landmark law distributes $244m to thousands of rights victims of Ferdinand Marcos, 27 years after revolution ends reign.
Last updated: 25 Feb 2013 20:37 GMT
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Rising tide of UK anti-immigrant sentiment
Swathes of the British electorate continue to show discontent with all things European, including immigration.
A glimpse into the universe's oldest galaxies
Astronomers have captured images of primordial galaxies that helped light up the cosmos after the Big Bang.
The photo controversy over indigenous people
Critics assail British photographer's portrayal of indigenous people, but he says he's highlighting their plight.
'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
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US sectarianism: A nation still divided
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A very secular jihad
Ferguson exposes a crisis in the US
Jason A Johnson
Iran talks: Hardliners and the shifting deadline
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