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Rescuers race to find survivors after Philippine quake kills 16

Apr 23 2019

PORAC, Philippines Rescue teams in the Philippines searched for signs of life beneath the tangled debris from a collapsed four-storey commercial building on Tuesday after a strong earthquake shook the country's biggest island, killing at least 16 people. | Video

Boxing: Filipinos celebrate as Pacquiao KOs Argentinian champion, bags title

Jul 15 2018

MANILA Filipinos cheered on Sunday as they watched boxing hero Manny Pacquiao knock out Argentina's Lucas Matthysse in a WBA welterweight championship bout in Kuala Lumpur.

Filipinos celebrate as Pacquiao KOs Argentinian champion, bags title

Jul 15 2018

MANILA Filipinos cheered on Sunday as they watched boxing hero Manny Pacquiao knock out Argentina's Lucas Matthysse in a WBA welterweight championship bout in Kuala Lumpur.

Filipinos celebrate as Pacquiao KOs Argentinian champion, bags title

Jul 15 2018

MANILA Filipinos cheered on Sunday as they watched boxing hero Manny Pacquiao knock out Argentina's Lucas Matthysse in a WBA welterweight championship bout in Kuala Lumpur.

Fire dancers hope to keep flame alive during Boracay closure

Apr 19 2018

BORACAY, Philippines As night falls on the Philippine resort island of Boracay, beach-goers eat, drink and watch a troupe of fire dancers twirling flames and performing acrobatics.

Philippines' drug enforcement agents face heat now that they are running Duterte's war on drugs

Dec 28 2017

MANILA Carrying firearms and search warrants, and prepared for fierce resistance, about 30 Philippine anti-drugs agents pour out of three vans in a dramatic raid in one of the capital's illicit drugs hotbeds. | Video

Duterte's election campaign fizzing among thirsty Filipino voters

May 03 2016

MANILA Filipinos have scoffed and slurped to show their backing for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ahead of next week's presidential elections.

Duterte's election campaign fizzing among thirsty Filipino voters

May 03 2016

MANILA Filipinos have scoffed and slurped to show their backing for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ahead of next week's presidential elections.

Japan sub makes first call to Philippines in 15 years amid China tensions

Apr 03 2016

SUBIC BAY, Philippines A Japanese submarine made a port call in the Philippines, the first in 15 years, on Sunday in a show of growing military cooperation amid tension triggered by China's growing assertiveness in the South China Sea. | Video

Fans flock to see beaten Pacquiao arrive back in Manila

May 13 2015

MANILA An injured Manny Pacquiao arrived back in the Philippines to a hero's welcome on Wednesday, the boxer still adamant he did enough to win his welterweight megabout against Floyd Mayweather Jr at the start of the month. | Video

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