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The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

Mar 29 2019

MANILA When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was treated.

INSIGHT-The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

Mar 29 2019

* Battle has sparked global concern over press freedom (Updates with Facebook removing social media network)

INSIGHT-The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

Mar 28 2019

* Battle has sparked global concern over press freedom (Updates with arrest of Rappler Chief Maria Ressa on Friday)

The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

Mar 28 2019

MANILA When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was treated.

INSIGHT-The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

Mar 28 2019

MANILA, March 29 When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was treated.

Explainer: Why is the Philippine government accused of going after media?

Feb 15 2019

MANILA Philippine journalists planned to hold a rally on Friday in support of media freedom after the arrest of an award-winning head of a news website sparked condemnation of the government.

Philippines frees journalist on bail after global outcry over press freedom

Feb 15 2019

MANILA The head of a Philippine news website that has locked horns with President Rodrigo Duterte was freed on bail on Thursday, a day after her widely condemned arrest on libel charges that critics say is a government effort to bully journalists. | Video

Detained Philippine journalist seeks bail after arrest causes outcry

Feb 13 2019

MANILA, Feb 14 Lawyers for a Philippine news website that has locked horns with President Rodrigo Duterte sought bail on Thursday after the arrest of its chief executive on libel charges drew condemnation from free press advocates.

Philippine minister 'certain' church bombers were Indonesian couple

Feb 01 2019

MANILA A deadly church bombing that shook the southern Philippines at the weekend was a suicide attack carried out by an Indonesian couple, with help of an Islamic State-linked group, the Philippine interior minister said on Friday.

Explainer: Who is behind the Philippine church bombings?

Jan 28 2019

MANILA Philippines security forces investigating a deadly twin bombing at a church on a predominantly Muslim southern island are zeroing in on what they say is an affiliate of the militant Abu Sayyaf Group. | Video

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