Jason Gutierrez

Jason Gutierrez


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No one con­vict­ed af­ter 58 peo­ple gunned down in cold blood in 2009 in the coun­try’s worst po­lit­i­cal mass killing.

Published On 23 Nov 2014

For sur­vivors of the su­per ty­phoon that killed 6,300 peo­ple, life in the Philip­pines re­mains a strug­gle.

Published On 8 Nov 2014

US Ma­rine ar­rest puts con­tro­ver­sial mil­i­tary deal in the lime­light af­ter trans­gen­der Fil­ipino found dead in a toi­let.

Published On 29 Oct 2014

Armed group’s ran­som suc­cess with Ger­man hostages marks a re-emer­gence, as au­thor­i­ties in­ves­ti­gate ISIL links.

Published On 18 Oct 2014

As fam­i­ly of for­mer dic­ta­tor seeks his­tor­i­cal re­demp­tion, gov­ern­ment coun­ters with un­re­lent­ing search for stolen wealth.

Published On 6 Oct 2014

Teenage phe­nom with quick hands and a pas­sion for box­ing has re­mind­ed many of the great Fil­ipino fight­er at a young age.

Published On 15 Sep 2014

The Pos­i­tive Ac­tion Foun­da­tion Philip­pines, manned by HIV-pos­i­tive staff, pro­vides care to those who have no one else.

Published On 27 Jul 2014