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18 killed in Philippines clash
Manila, July 22 : At least 18 people were killed and 13 injured Tuesday during a clash between military troops and rebels in Philippines, an official said.
Hosts China finish fourth at FIBA Asia Cup
Wuhan (China), July 20 : Hosts China ended their 5th FIBA Asia Cup campaign with a 79-80 loss to the Philippines here to finish fourth in the basketball tournament.
Typhoon Rammasun toll 94 in Philippines
Manila, July 20 : The number of people killed by typhoon Rammasun in the Philippines has risen to 77, the National Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said Sunday.
Philippines condemns MH17 crash
Manila, July 19 : The Philippines government Saturday condemned the attack on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that crashed over Ukraine Thursday.
Typhoon Rammasun toll in Philippines rises to 77
Manila, July 19 : The number of people killed by typhoon Rammasun in the Philippines has risen to 77, authorities said Saturday.
Typhoon Rammasun toll in Philippines rises to 64
Manila, July 18 : The number of people killed by typhoon Rammasun in the Philippines has risen to 64 while five persons are missing, the state disaster agency said Friday.
Typhoon Rammasun toll rises to 54 in Philippines
Manila, July 18 : The toll from Typhoon Rammasun in the Philippines has risen to 54, with 100 injured and three still missing, the state disaster relief agency said Friday.
Typhoon toll climbs to 38 in Philippines
Manila, July 17 : The toll from the Typhoon Rammasun has risen to 38 in the Philippines, the state disaster agency said Thursday.
Typhoon Rammasun kills 20 in Philippines
Manila, July 17 : Typhoon Rammasun left at least 20 people dead, seven injured and five missing in the Philippines, the state disaster agency said Wednesday night.
Typhoon Rammasun toll in Philippines rises to 10
Manila, July 16 : At least 10 people have died in the Philippines after typhoon Rammasun struck the northern half of the country with sustained winds of up to 185 kph, the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) said Wednesday.
Five killed as typhoon Rammasun strike Philippines
Manila, July 16 : At least five people were killed Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun made landfall in the Philippines.
Indian Maoists have links in Philippines, Europe: Government
New Delhi, July 15 : In a revelation that adds a new dimension to the Left-wing extremism in the country, the government Tuesday said Maoists in India have "close links" with Maoist groups in the Philippines and Turkey, and even draw support from fringe organisations in countries such as Germany, ...
Philippine police probing cause of Indian's death
Manila, July 15 : Police in the Philippines are investigating the death of an Indian national who was found shot dead Sunday in Zamboanga city, media reports said.
18 killed in Philippines clashes
Manila, July 15 : At least 18 people were killed and two others injured Tuesday in clashes between government troops, militants, and members of the New People's Army (NPA) in southern Philippines, military officials said.
Top leftist rebel leader caught in Philippines
Manila, July 8 : Security forces arrested a top ranking female leftist rebel leader in the southern Philippines Monday, a military official said Tuesday.
HIV cases in Philippines rise by 19 percent
Manila City, July 1 : The Philippine Department of Health (DOH) Tuesday said new cases of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) rose by 19 percent in May this year.
Ramadan saves Filipino from being beheaded by terrorists
Manila, June 30 : A Filipino who was kidnapped by terrorist group Abu Sayyaf in south Philippines in early June was saved from being beheaded due to Ramadan, media reported Monday.
Try 'bestselling' ice-cream made from crocodile egg!
Washington, June 26 : An ice-cream shop in Philippines has made ice cream from crocodile egg and they claim that it's a best selling one.
Philippines, US hold naval exercises
Manila, June 26 : Troops from the Philippines and the US Thursday commenced their annual joint naval exercises.
Top UN humanitarian official urges greater effort to foresee, prevent ...
New York, June 24 : While the United Nations and its partners continued over the past year to meet the needs of an ever-increasing number of desperate people - from Syria to the Central African Republic, the Philippines and beyond - the world body's Emergency Coordinator Monday called for "a new ...
Seven soldiers killed in Philippines clashes
Manila, June 19 : At least seven soldiers were killed and 13 injured Thursday in separate encounters with suspected Abu Sayyaf militants in the Philippines, an official said.
Deadly bird flu H7N9 at risk of spreading from China to India, ...
Washington, June 18 : A new research suggests that a dangerous strain of avian influenza, H7N9, that's causing severe illness and deaths in China may be inhabiting a small fraction of its potential range and appears at risk of spreading to other suitable areas of India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, ...
Indian shot dead in Philippines by motorcycle thieves
Manila, June 18 : An Indian national has been shot dead in the Philippines by suspected motorcycle thieves.
Philippines lifts ban on workers' deployment to Thailand
Manila, June 16 : The Philippines government Monday lifted the deployment ban of Filipino workers to Thailand.
Pacquiao may surpass Miami Heat boss Erik Spoelstra's status on ...
Johannesburg, June 11 : American basketball coach Erik Spoelstra has reportedly revealed that his status might have been surpassed by long-time boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, who is taking over as a basketball coach in the Philippines Basketball Association.
Philippines launches food programme for school children
Manila, June 8 : The Philippines government has earmarked over one billion pesos ($22.83 million) to finance a programme aimed at eradicating malnutrition among school children, an official said Sunday.
Drugs, sex and corruption in Philippines' largest prison
By Helen Cook, Manila, June 7 : Drugs, sex, internet and even electric mopeds are few of the luxuries enjoyed by some of the prisoners in exchange for bribes in Bilibid, the biggest prison in Philippines, a scandal in which the director of the prison and 12 guards have been implicated.
Philippines Education Fair for medical students in Chennai
Chennai, Jun 05 : Leading Universities from Philippines, offering quality medical courses, would participate in an education fair to be held on June 20 and 21 in Chennai city.
Philippines Education Fair for medical students in Chennai
Chennai, Jun 5 : Leading Universities from Philippines, offering quality medical courses, would participate in an education fair to be held on June 20 and 21 in Chennai city.
UN launches 'Tacloban Declaration' to strengthen disaster readiness
New York, Jun 5 : As the Philippines continues to rebuild from Typhoon Haiyan, the top United Nations official on disaster risk reduction is among the more than 150 representatives, mostly from Asia and Europe, participating in a conference that will detail new policies and principles involving ...