Jamela Alindogan

Jamela Alindogan

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Philippines volcano: Restrictions lifted, thousands heading home

Back in the shadow of the volcano, returning evacuees in the Philippines rebuild their lives.

Philippines volcano: Restrictions lifted, thousands heading home

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Philippines residents refuse to leave volcano danger zones

Despite repeated warnings that the Philippines's Taal volcano could erupt at any time, some are risking their lives to stay close to home.

Philippines residents refuse to leave volcano danger zones

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Philippines volcano: Evacuees concerned about long-term plans

Taal volcano alert level remains high as concerns grow about illnesses that may develop due to conditions in temporary shelters.

Philippines volcano: Evacuees concerned about long-term plans

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Philippines volcanic eruption poses further threats

Erupting volcano still threatening lives despite weaker emissions and fewer tremors.

Philippines volcanic eruption poses further threats

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Philippines: Fishermen are ignoring threat posed by Taal volcano

Taal volcano still an imminent danger but Philippine coastguard is finding fishermen at sea, despite warnings.

Philippines: Fishermen are ignoring threat posed by Taal volcano

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Maguindanao massacre: Philippine Supreme Court to deliver verdict

Al Jazeera looks back at what happened and the struggle for justice for the families of the 58 people killed 10 years ago in the Philippines.

Maguindanao massacre: Philippine Supreme Court to deliver verdict

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South Philippines earthquake: Rescuers race to find survivors

Residents on edge in southern island of Mindanao as strong aftershocks felt, rescue crews find two bodies.

South Philippines earthquake: Rescuers race to find survivors

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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'