Jamela Alindogan

Jamela Alindogan

Asia

SEA Games 2019: Philippines promotes national sports

Philippines is hosting Southeast Asian Games for fourth time, and much is at stake.

SEA Games 2019: Philippines promotes national sports

Asia Pacific

Philippine court to announce verdict on Ampatuan massacre case

After 10 years, families of the victims of the Ampatuan massacre in the Philippines may finally get justice.

Philippine court to announce verdict on Ampatuan massacre case

Asia Pacific

Philippines town replaces all-male police force with women

The move is part of a wider government effort at promoting women in the workplace.

Philippines town replaces all-male police force with women

Asia Pacific

WHO to hold Philippines summit after polio outbreak

The Philippines has announced the return of polio type 2, an incurable disease that was previously believed eradicated there.

WHO to hold Philippines summit after polio outbreak

Asia Pacific

Philippines hosts global writers' congress as media 'censored'

Threats to freedom of expression are taking centre stage for the first time in the Philippines.

Philippines hosts global writers' congress as media 'censored'

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong Protests: Annual moon festival subdued celebrations

Festival brings families together to celebrate, however, this year they are singing about resistance and their fight for personal liberties.

Hong Kong Protests: Annual moon festival subdued celebrations

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong protests: Police use tear gas on demonstrators

Tear gas and water cannon are police tactics which have only so far emboldened protesters to keep surging forward.

Hong Kong protests: Police use tear gas on demonstrators

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Churches being rebuilt 6 years after earthquake

Nearly six years ago, at least 10 Catholic churches dating back to Spanish colonial times were destroyed.

Philippines: Churches being rebuilt 6 years after earthquake

Asia Pacific

Philippine court case: Opposition denies plot against government

The government has accused more than 30 people of committing acts of sedition - inciting people to rebel against it - and other criminal offenses.

Philippine court case: Opposition denies plot against government

Asia Pacific

Philippines: People protest against Duterte's address to nation

Police estimate more than 30,000 protesters marched in Manila to denounce President Duterte's state of the nation speech.

Philippines: People protest against Duterte's address to nation

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong protests: Anti-government activists vow to fight on

Protesters in Hong Kong vow to defy what they see as China's efforts to tighten control.

Hong Kong protests: Anti-government activists vow to fight on

Asia Pacific

Philippines prepares for earthquake it labels 'The Big One'

The Philippines is one of the top 10 countries in the world most vulnerable to natural disasters.

Philippines prepares for earthquake it labels 'The Big One'