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The secret weapon that has made the Philippine peso so strong
The Philippine peso has a secret weapon that has made it one of Asia’s best-performing currencies this year: Bumper real yields.
Philippine city turns plastic trash into tulips to fight waste
A southern Philippine city has turned discarded plastic bottles into flowers to fill a garden of thousands of colorful tulips, capturing tourists’ attention and building awareness about recycling.
Duterte mocks 'ice-eating' Iceland over UN vote on Philippine war on drugs
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took a swipe at Iceland on Friday for spearheading a U.N. resolution to investigate his bloody war on drugs, saying it was a nation made entirely of ice, with no understanding of his country’s problems.
Philippine army camp blast kills seven as Daesh claims responsibility
A bomb attack that killed seven people at a military base in the southern Philippines was likely a suicide bombing, said the army in their latest update on Saturday, June 29, another blow to government efforts to rein in militants inspired by Daesh.
Daesh claims responsibility for deadly attack on Philippine Army camp
An explosion at a military base in the restive southern Philippines on Friday killed five people, including three soldiers, and wounded nine others in what Daesh terror organization said was an attack by its suicide bombers.
China dismisses Philippine claims vessel accident was ‘hit-and-run’
Beijing has confirmed that its vessel hit a Philippine fishing boat in a collision in the disputed South China Sea but dismissed claims the incident was intentional.
Sinking feeling: Philippine cities facing 'slow-motion disaster'
When Mary Ann San Jose moved to Sitio Pariahan more than two decades ago, she could walk to the local chapel. Today, reaching it requires a swim.
Philippine quake knocks over building, damages airport, kills several
A strong earthquake in the north Philippines on Monday trapped some people in a collapsed building, damaged an airport terminal and knocked out power in at least one province, officials said.
Philippine president warns of harsher drugs campaign
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday that his signature anti-narcotics campaign will be even harsher in the future, signaling no let-up in a bloody crackdown that has alarmed the international community.
Philippine manufacturing output declines in December 2018
Slow demand after the holiday season led to the contraction of Philippine manufacturing output in December 2018, government data showed on Tuesday.
Philippine court jails three police officers for drugs war murder
A Philippine court on Thursday sentenced three police officers to up to 40 years in jail for the murder of a 17-year-old high school student, the first to be convicted in President Rodrigo Duterte’s drugs war.
Philippine first nine months personal remittances reach $23.7b
Personal remittances from overseas Filipinos (OFs) for the first nine months of 2018 grew by 2.4 percent year-on-year to reach $23.7 billion, the Philippine central bank said.
Philippine inflation accelerates further in September
Headline inflation in the Philippines continued to accelerate in September 2018, hitting a new nine-year high of 6.7 percent, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) released on Friday.
Iran's 'Kupal', 'The Fox' receive Philippines' Cebu awards
Two Iranian films 'Kupal' and 'The Fox' won awards at the 7th Cebu International Film Festival in the Philippines.
Philippine leader approves autonomy law for Muslim region
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a law permitting the autonomy-seeking Muslim community in the south of the country to start a legal procedure to gain autonomy.

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