Philippines

Philippines: Mindanao tribes hope for better future in Bangsamoro

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

Business & Economy

Fed up with flight delays in Asia? Blame the airports

Growth in the number of airports in Southeast Asia has failed to keep up with a surge in demand by passengers.

Fed up with flight delays in Asia? Blame the airports

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.

Asia Pacific

Philippine army in deadly battle with Abu Sayyaf after Jolo blast

Five soldiers, three armed fighters dead as the military pushed forward with a fresh offensive in southern Philippines.

Philippine army in deadly battle with Abu Sayyaf after Jolo blast

Philippines

Attacks undermine peace hopes in Philippines after historic vote

Mindanao voters gave emphatic support to autonomy to end decades-old conflict, but bombings risk return to violence.

Attacks undermine peace hopes in Philippines after historic vote

Saudi Arabia

Filipina domestic worker executed in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia sentenced to death a woman from the Philippines after she was found guilty of a murder committed in 2015.

Filipina domestic worker executed in Saudi Arabia

Asia Pacific

Philippines mosque hit by deadly grenade attack

Two killed in assault that follows deadly blasts at cathedral on nearby island church and vote backing Muslim self-rule.

Philippines: Mosque in Zamboanga hit by deadly grenade attack

Philippines

Duterte blames Abu Sayyaf 'suicide bombers' for Jolo attack

Philippine president orders army to 'destroy' ISIL-linked fighters 'by whatever means' after deadly attack in Mindanao.

Duterte blames Abu Sayyaf 'suicide bombers' for Jolo attack

Philippines

Philippines vows to 'crush' attackers after deadly church bombing

President Duterte visits site of twin bomb attacks that killed 20 people as police eye role of armed group Abu Sayyaf.

Inside Story

Can there be peace in the southern Philippines?

Two bomb blasts on Sunday are a reminder that the security situation in the southern Philippines remains fragile.

Philippines

Deadly twin blasts hit cathedral on Philippines' Jolo

ISIL claims responsibility for the attacks that killed 20 people and wounded more than 100.

Asia Pacific

Philippines church bombing: Twin blasts hit Jolo cathedral

Government vows to 'crush' those responsible for the attack that killed over a dozen people and wounded several others.

Philippines

'Landslide vote' for wider Muslim self-rule in Philippines' south

New 'Bangsamoro' replaces current autonomous region that struggled to govern due to limited powers, alleged corruption.

'Landslide vote' for wider Muslim self-rule in Philippines' south

Opinion

Bangsamoro referendum: An opportunity for sustainable peace

The autonomy referendum in restive Mindanao may mark a new beginning for the Philippines and a victory for Duterte.

Richard Javad Heydarian

by Richard Javad Heydarian

Richard Javad Heydarian

Philippines

Philippines moves to lower criminal liability age to nine

Senators and rights groups call the proposal a threat to children's welfare and a 'race to the bottom'.

Philippines moves to lower criminal liability age to nine