Ted Regencia

Ted Regencia

Ted Regencia is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. He has covered US politics and foreign affairs in the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East, particularly Iran. He is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School in New York. Follow him on Twitter: @tedregencia.

Philippines

Philippines' Duterte: 'Kill those useless bishops'

Provocative president intensifies attack on the Catholic Church, which opposes his deadly war on drugs.

Philippines' Duterte: 'Kill those useless bishops'

Media

Rappler CEO vows to report on Duterte drug war amid arrest threat

Maria Ressa vows to fight tax evasion charges and calls out Duterte administration for weaponising laws against critics.

Rappler CEO vows to report on Duterte drug war amid arrest threat

Philippines

34 lawyers killed since Duterte became president: lawyers' group

Human rights lawyer Benjamin Ramos worked for years representing poor farmers, environmentalists and activists.

34 lawyers killed since Duterte became president: lawyers' group

Middle East

How can Iran bypass US sanctions?

US Secretary of State Pompeo said Trump administration 'fully prepared' to counter Iran's effort to circumvent hurdles.

How can Iran bypass US sanctions?

Middle East

Major milestones of Iran's nuclear programme

Since 1957, the United States played a crucial role in the establishment of Iran's nuclear programme.

Major milestones of Iran's nuclear programme

Middle East

US issues exceptions as sanctions on Iran loom

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vows 'maximum pressure' days before oil and gas sanctions kick in.

US issues exceptions as sanctions on Iran loom

Indonesia

Palu disaster: Road to recovery after escaping the 'Apocalypse'

Fierceness and scale of the disaster has had many survivors in disbelief how they cheated death.

Palu disaster: Road to recovery after escaping the 'Apocalypse'

Indonesia

Indonesia earthquake: In Palu disaster, grief has no religion

Powerful temblor triggered a cascade of disasters, including a deadly tsunami and widespread liquefaction on Sulawesi.

Indonesia earthquake: In Palu disaster, grief has no religion

Indonesia

'My father could not even run away'

Son travels to find surviving family members after his father was caught in the deadly earthquake disaster in Palu.

'My father could not even run away'

Middle East

Iran: Who was responsible for the deadly attack in Ahvaz?

Ahvaziya group and ISIL claim role in the attack, while Ayatollah Khamenei blames 'US-backed regimes in the region'.

Iran: Who was responsible for the deadly attack in Ahvaz?

Asia Pacific

Escape from Xinjiang: Muslim Uighurs speak of China persecution

Testimonies by Muslim Uighurs who escaped Xinjiang confirm reports of 'systematic campaign of human rights violations'.

Escape from Xinjiang: Muslim Uighurs speak of China persecution

Philippines

Rodrigo Duterte slammed after 'dangerous and distorted' rape joke

Activists accuse Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte of rolling back the women's rights movement in the country.

Rodrigo Duterte slammed after 'dangerous and distorted' rape joke