The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said no tsunami warning was issued, but warned of aftershocks
Coronavirus Outbreak: Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte accuses rebels of killing soldiers, threatens to declare martial law
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque on Friday said Rodrigo Duterte also approved during a meeting with cabinet officials the extension of a lockdown in metropolitan Manila and several provinces and cities up to 15 May.
Philippines reports first coronavirus death outside China; 44-yr-old from Wuhan infected before landing in Manila, say officials
The Philippines on Sunday reported the first death from a new virus outside of China, where authorities delayed the opening of schools in the worst-hit province and tightened quarantine measures.
Bengaluru is the most traffic-congested city in the world, according to a report released by location technology company TomTom
The last time the volcano’s eruption has a disastrous effect was in 1965, when more than 200 people were killed.
Philippine’s Taal volcano spews lava, ash for third consecutive day; over 30,000 evacuated from Batangas, Cavite provinces
A volcano near the Philippine capital spewed lava, ash and steam and trembled constantly Tuesday on the third day of an eruption that could portend a much bigger and dangerous eruption, officials warned as tens of thousands of people fled ash-blanketed villages
Lava gushes from Philippine volcano as ashfall spreads to Manila, forcing people to flee; city's airport, schools, offices shut
Red-hot lava gushed out of a Philippine volcano Monday after a sudden eruption of ash and steam that forced villagers to flee and shut down Manila’s international airport, offices and schools
Manila ex-banker gets jail, $109 million fine in cyberheist that saw $81 million stolen from Bangladesh's Central bank
Shadowy hackers transferred the cash in 2016 from Bangladesh's US accounts to Philippine bank Rizal Commercial Banking Corp (RCBC), where it was swiftly withdrawn
Four dead in landslide caused by storm in central Philippines; 12,000 people evacuated from Bicol region
Three members of a family were buried in a landslide in Legazpi City southeast of Manila while a woman was crushed by another landslide in Bulan town as heavy rains brought by the storm loosened the earth.
Asia Water 2018 forum: ADB president says 300 million people in Asia-Pacific have no improved access to water
More than 800 gathered on Tuesday at the ADB headquarters in Manila for the opening of the Asia Water Forum 2018.
Landslide kills 18 in Phillipines' Naga in Cebu province; mayor says at least 64 people still missing
Phillipines' Cebu province was not directly hit by Mangkhut but the massive typhoon intensified monsoon rains across a large part of the archipelago, including the central region where Naga city lies about 570 kilometres southeast of Manila
Philippines braces for Typhoon Mangkhut: Over 9,000 people moved to temporary shelters, emergency response teams on standby
Typhoon Mangkhut is expected to barrel through the northernmost tip of the Philippines early on Saturday.
Philippines: Ronda mayor Mariano Blanco III shot dead inside municipal office, is 16th official to be killed since country's crackdown on drugs
The mayor of Ronda, a city in central Philippines, was shot dead on Wednesday morning when several men broke into his office,
Rodrigo Duterte threatens to kill 100 Philippines police officers accused of corruption, abuse of power
Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte threatened to kill 100 police officers accused of corruption and abuse of power
Prove God's existence with picture or selfie, and I will immediately resign, says Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte
Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, who recently sparked outrage for calling God stupid, has courted new controversy in his largely Roman Catholic country by saying he will resign if anybody can prove that God exists.
Philippines mayor shot dead outside govt office; 12th official to be killed since the start of country's anti-drug campaign
Nueva Ecija Mayor became the 12th elected local official murdered since President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed a deadly anti-narcotics campaign.
A mass brawl erupted at an international basketball match between the Philippines and Australia on Monday, with players trading flying kicks and punches in extraordinary scenes which stunned onlookers
Mayor of Philippines' Tanauan City shot dead at event; investigations underway to find links to country's anti-drug campaign
The gunshot felled Mayor Antonio Halili as he and more than 100 employees and newly elected village leaders sang the national anthem in a parking lot.
Narendra Modi to inaugurate third AIIB annual meet in Mumbai today: All you need to know about China-led bank
Monsoon rains notwithstanding, the two-day meet will host policy makers, ministers, participants from partner institutions, the private sector and civil society.
The Philippines' top court heard arguments today for the legalisation of gay marriage, a historic first in the overwhelmingly Catholic nation.