Asia Pacific

Repression rules: Report finds freedoms under attack across Asia

Report says Taiwan only 'open' territory in Asia, as it raises alarm over 'regression' of civic rights in India, Brunei.

Repression rules: Report finds freedoms under attack across Asia

Philippines

More than a dozen killed as Typhoon Kammuri exits Philippines

At least 13 people reported killed in several regions while an estimated 345,000 remain in evacuation centres.

More than a dozen killed as Typhoon Kammuri exits Philippines

Philippines

Typhoon Kammuri slams into Philippines, killing at least 2

The main Luzon island was hit by powerful storm leading to mass evacuations in coastal areas and hillside communities.

Typhoon Kammuri slams into Philippines, killing at least 2

Philippines

200,000 evacuated as Typhoon Kammuri lashes Philippines

The typhoon is expected to pass near the capital, Manila, on Tuesday.

200,000 evacuated as Typhoon Kammuri lashes Philippines

Weather

Typhoon Tisoy hits the Philippines

Kammuri will barrel through southern Luzon and Mindoro on Monday night and into Tuesday.

Typhoon Tisoy hits the Philippines

Asia

SEA Games 2019: Philippines promotes national sports

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

Philippines

Duterte wants probe into SEA Games mess as criticism grows

Reports of transport delays, unfinished facilities hound Filipino organisers of Southeast Asia's biggest sporting event.

Duterte wants probe into SEA Games mess as criticism grows

Fork the System

Jordy Navarra makes Filipino food for Filipinos

This Manila restaurant aims to elevate everyday Pinoy dishes.

Human Rights

'Are you afraid?': Philippines' Robredo defiant over drugs war

Vice president says she remains determined to stop drug killings after Duterte sacked her from key post after 19 days.

'Are you afraid?': Philippines' Robredo defiant over drugs war

Abu Sayyaf

Philippine troops rescue couple kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf

British man and his Filipino wife were rescued unharmed after 10-minute gun battle with members of armed group.

Philippine troops rescue couple kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf

Philippines

Duterte fires vice president from anti-drug post after offer

Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo removed from lead role in Duterte's anti-drug war weeks after her appointment.

Duterte fires vice president from anti-drug post after offer

Al Jazeera Selects

Health: Fighting Diseases in Ethiopia and the Philippines

From the islands of the Philippines to Ethiopia's Amhara district, meet the health workers tackling rabies and trachoma.

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.

Philippines

Maguindanao massacre: Families hope for justice as verdict looms

Philippine court to announce verdict in 2009 Maguindanao massacre case in which 58 people were killed.

Maguindanao massacre: Families hope for justice as verdict looms

South China Sea

US warships sail in disputed South China Sea amid tensions

China confirms it tracked US ships and urges United States to stop its 'provocative actions' in the disputed waters.

US warships sail in disputed South China Sea amid tensions