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The three Coast Guards hold the first-ever joint military exercises amidst the rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific region
The most powerful opponent to divorce in the Philippines is the Catholic Church, which is also against abortion and contraceptives

IN PHOTOS: “Ahunan sa Ping-as”: A Resilient Religious Festivity Returns

The return of Ahunan sa Ping-as brought a sense of hope and renewal to the community of Pakil and neighboring places

Photos: A mouth-watering way to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary

Every year, people in the district of La Loma honor their patron, the Nuestra Señora de Salvacion, through a parade of roasted pigs

Indonesians fall prey to fake shaman ‘magic money’ scams

Police say some alleged scammers turn to violence when their victims come looking for their money

Asia’s heatwaves 30 times more likely due to climate change, scientists...

Another group says the next 5 years will almost certainly be the warmest on record

‘Sign of the times’: Thai election a referendum on the army

The military has a long history of political intervention in modern Thailand, with a dozen coups since the end of absolute monarchy in 1932

Carmelite ‘martyr of press freedom’ source of inspiration amid flood of...

Titus Brandsma, a Dutch Carmelite priest, educator, and journalist, was canonized by Pope Francis on May 15, 2022

How a non-profit organization helped a mother regain her footing

Her life has become better, but Josie has one dream left: to see her children graduate from school.

Pita Limjaroenrat: Thailand’s opposition earth-shaker

Pita first appeared in Thailand's political scene as one of the fresh faces of the newly formed progressive Future Foward Party in 2018

Pahiyas 2023: The Religious Procession

People in a small town south of the Philippine capital celebrate the feast of their patron saint, San Isidro Labrador, on May 15, 2023

Pahiyas 2023: Philippine town honors patron saint by decorating homes

Dubbed the "Pahiyas Festival," the annual event is considered to be the most colorful harvest festival in the country

Pope Francis revisits ‘very painful’ Jesuit abductions in 1970s Argentina

The question about the Budapest-born Father Jálics came during the first Jesuit pope’s apostolic visit to Hungary

World No. 3 pole vaulter auctions off winning shoes for Philippine...

The shoes could well increase in value over the next year or so, with Obiena in strong contention for a podium finish at Paris 2024

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