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Jamela Alindogan

Jamela Alindogan

Philippines

Is Duterte targeting corruption watchdog investigators?

Philippine President Duterte claims to be fighting corruption but makes allies such as Imelda Marcos and an opponent of the anti-corruption ombudsman.

Is Duterte targeting corruption watchdog investigators?

Asia Pacific

Philippines peace: Muslim minority awaits new law

Muslim minority in the Philippines prepares for a presidential order that could end a 40-year war.

Philippines peace: Muslim minority awaits new law

World Cup 2018

Philippines football: Azkals' win inspires players

Azkals' success in qualifying for the Asian Cup gives hope to many who wish to take up the sport.

Philippines football: Azkals' win inspires players

Asia Pacific

Philippines: ISIL-linked Maute recruiting children in Marawi

The Philippine military accuses the rebel group of playing on the emotions of displaced and orphaned children traumatised by the battle for the southern city of Marawi.

Philippines: ISIL-linked Maute recruiting children in Marawi

Asia

Philippines: Thousands still displaced in Marawi

The ISIL-inspired Maute group took control of Marawi last year, prompting thousands to flee and, a year after the fighting ended, many families are still displaced and searching for loved ones.

Philippines: Thousands still displaced in Marawi

Asia Pacific

Marawi: Philippine city still left in ruins a year after siege

Civic leaders and residents demand transparency from President Duterte over the rehabilitation of southern city.

Marawi: Philippine city still left in ruins a year after siege

Africa

Nigeria's Fulani-farmer conflict displaces many

Hundreds of thousands displaced as disputes over territory in central Nigeria continue to escalate between farmers and ethnic Fulani herdsmen.

Nigeria's Fulani-farmer conflict displaces many

Africa

Nigeria's midwives seek to improve maternity care

Al Jazeera meets a veteran midwife trying to improve healthcare access and standards for expectant mothers.

Nigeria's midwives seek to improve maternity care

Africa

Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria blamed for attack on church

There have been disputes over land across central Nigeria between mostly Christian farming communities and Muslim herdsmen for many years.

Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria blamed for attack on church

Asia Pacific

Philippines: New museum promoting peace, unity in Mindanao

For decades, the Philippine island of Mindanao has been plagued by violence, as ethnic groups fight for more autonomy from the government.

Philippines: New museum promoting peace, unity in Mindanao

Asia Pacific

'Cesspool': Philippines to close tourist island of Boracay

President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the six-month closure of the popular holiday destination he says tourists turned into a 'cesspool'.

'Cesspool': Philippines to close tourist island of Boracay

Asia Pacific

Philippines drug war victims taking refuge in faith

Some of the most vulnerable in the Philippines have turned to religion in the uncertainty of Duterte's drug war and there are signs that the Catholic church is starting to voice its opposition to the crackdown.

Philippines drug war victims taking refuge in faith