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Philippines to deport 40,000 Chinese workers in online gaming crackdown

China, which has previously called on the Philippines to ban all forms of online gambling, welcomed the latest crackdown

‘Do not forget the lessons of martial law’ — Cardinal Jose...

"In the middle of darkness, we saw light. In the face of the bad things that happened, we learned lessons"

Church leaders call for justice as country marks 50th year of...

Bishop Bagaforo urged Filipinos to “never again let the powers-that-be control the narratives” of the Filipino people

Report: Pope Francis sought to meet with Xi Jinping, but China...

A meeting of the two leaders would have been momentous; there has never been a meeting between a pope and a president of China

Bishop welcomes lifting of deployment ban on Filipino workers to Saudi...

“That is a very inspiring news, a great help and immense relief to our [overseas Filipino workers],” said Bishop Ruperto Santos

COVID-19 positivity rate up in Metro Manila; national capital now under...

The National Capital Region is back to “moderate risk” classification for COVID-19 with its positivity rate now at 16.4 percent

Philippine green network recognized as global ‘champion’ in marine ecosystem protection

The People’s Network for the Integrity of Coastal Habitats and Ecosystems has been lauded for its campaign to protect Manila Bay

Philippine rights groups submit alternative human rights report to UN treaty...

In their report, Karapatan and women’s group Tanggol Bayi said “the human rights situation in the country has spiraled into a crisis"

No time to lose: drill gas now

​“We hope to see political will in President Marcos who promised our countrymen to protect our sovereign rights embodied in the UNCLOS award”

Victims of rights abuses remembered ahead of martial law anniversary

Fifty years ago, on Sept. 21, 1972, Ferdinand Marcos Sr. declared martial law, imposing a military dictatorship

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