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Philippine residents retrieve animals, belongings amid threat of volcano eruption

17 Jan 2020

AGONCILLO, Philippines Thousands of residents under orders to evacuate from a town near the Philippine volcano Taal were allowed to briefly visit homes on Friday to rescue their animals and recover some possessions, taking advantage of what appeared to be waning activity. | Video

Residents of Philippine volcano isle race to rescue stranded horses

16 Jan 2020

TALISAY, Philippines At the crack of dawn on Thursday, Manolito Malaluan set out with a band of rescuers to ferry to safety two horses trapped on a Philippine island where a volcano has been spewing ash for days.

Residents of Philippine volcano isle race to rescue stranded horses

16 Jan 2020

TALISAY, Philippines At the crack of dawn on Thursday, Manolito Malaluan set out with a band of rescuers to ferry to safety two horses trapped on a Philippine island where a volcano has been spewing ash for days.

Residents of Philippine volcano isle race to rescue stranded horses

16 Jan 2020

TALISAY, Philippines At the crack of dawn on Thursday, Manolito Malaluan set out with a band of rescuers to ferry to safety two horses trapped on a Philippine island where a volcano has been spewing ash for days.

Philippine massacre masterminds jailed for life over 57 murders

19 Dec 2019

MANILA A Philippine court found the bosses of an influential political clan guilty on Thursday of masterminding a 2009 massacre of 57 people, a ruling cheered as a partial victory for justice and a challenge to the country's notorious culture of impunity.

Philippine court to rule on 2009 political massacre

19 Dec 2019

MANILA, Dec 19 A judge in the Philippines prepared to deliver a verdict on Thursday on the massacre a decade ago of 58 people, among them 32 journalists, in one of the country's most high-profile cases and its worst single instance of election violence.

Rising seas threaten early end for sinking village in Philippines

02 Dec 2019

SITIO PARIAHAN, Philippines Danica Martinez, 16, grew up in a house that grows taller every few years. | Video

Philippine drug war critics hope UN probe can dent Duterte's deadly campaign

12 Jul 2019

MANILA When Jocelyn Marquez found her missing son, he was in a Manila morgue, his body riddled with bullet wounds.

Marawi's ruins a reminder of Islamic State's devastating reach

21 May 2019

MARAWI CITY, Philippines It had only been a week since Mohammad Ali Acampong finished renovating his house when bombs and bullets struck Marawi City.

Rescuers race to find survivors after Philippine quake kills 16

23 Apr 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

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