Jamela Alindogan

Jamela Alindogan

Philippines

Philippines housing crisis: Filipinos need affordable homes

Southeast Asia's fastest-growing economy has a housing shortage, with more than 6 million homes needed for impoverished families.

Philippines housing crisis: Filipinos need affordable homes

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Philippines: War widows of Abu Sayyaf fighters suffer stigma

More than four decades of continuous conflict has made Mindanao a region of war widows.

Philippines: War widows of Abu Sayyaf fighters suffer stigma

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Philippines: Former officer accuses Duterte adviser of drug trade

The government says that it has cleared one of the suspected drug lords of involvement, but did not explain the process it used to dismiss the 15 years of details in the document.

Philippines: Former officer accuses Duterte adviser of drug trade

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One in five people in Philippines lives in extreme poverty

Experts say 20 percent of Filipino children are underweight and the Philippines ranks ninth in the world for the number of children with stunted growth.

One in five people in Philippines lives in extreme poverty

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Philippines tribal leaders oppose Kaliwa dam project

The new dam project to stave off a water crisis in the northern Philippines, which threatens sacred grounds.

Philippines tribal leaders oppose Kaliwa dam project

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The Philippines to lower minimum criminal age from 15 to 12

The government says it is one of the measures to rid the streets of crime, but human rights groups oppose this move.

The Philippines to lower minimum criminal age from 15 to 12

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Measles outbreak in the Philippines kills 55 children since 2019

Health officials say low public trust in vaccines has dropped vaccination rates significantly.

Measles outbreak in the Philippines kills 55 children since 2019

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Philippines: Mindanao tribes hope for better future in Bangsamoro

Why the Philippines's new Muslim-majority autonomous region is getting a chance to expand.

Philippines: Mindanao tribes hope for better future in Bangsamoro

Asia Pacific

Philippines: Concern over extreme ideology of armed groups

Al Jazeera speaks exclusively to a fighter from an armed group accused of bombing a cathedral in the Philippines.

Philippines: Concern over extreme ideology of armed groups

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Philippines celebrates as Balangiga church bells toll again

Joy in the Philippines as church bells, looted by American troops more than a century ago, toll again.

Philippines celebrates as Balangiga church bells toll again

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Philippines journalist charged with tax evasion

The journalist and her supporters say this is persecution by a government that sees journalists as the enemy.

Philippines journalist charged with tax evasion

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Philippines: Human rights lawyer shot dead

Ben Ramos, another victim of crimes against lawyers, represented many in land disputes against powerful politicians.

Philippines: Human rights lawyer shot dead