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Philippines struggles to keep evacuees away from volcano
Philippine authorities were struggling Wednesday to keep thousands of evacuees from returning to homes in areas threatened by a feared massive eruption of Taal volcano.
Philippines builds infrastructure to spur economy
The Philippines’ economy is leaning heavily on infrastructure projects — along with the traditional growth drivers of consumption and foreign remittances — to deliver an economic boost in 2020. In the meantime, the central bank is keeping monetary conditions easy to help the country catch up with its Southeast Asian neighbors.
Philippines bans US senators, mulls visa restrictions for Americans
The Philippines has banned entry to two US lawmakers for supporting a Filipino opposition senator, who was detained on drug-related charges two years ago.
Philippines bans two US senators, mulls new visa rules for Americans
The Philippines banned two US lawmakers from visiting and will introduce tighter entry restrictions for US citizens should Washington enforce sanctions over the detention of a top government critic, the president’s spokesman said on Friday.
Philippines typhoon brings Christmas Day misery
Typhoon Phanfone pummeled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet and miserable holiday season to millions. Thousands were stranded at shuttered ports or evacuation centers while others sheltered in rain-soaked homes as Phanfone crossed from one island to another for the second day.
Child killed as quake strikes southern Philippines
A powerful earthquake hit the southern Philippine island of Mindanao on Sunday, killing a child, injuring dozens and damaging buildings in an area still recovering from a string of deadly quakes in October.
Philippines floods force 66,000 from homes
The Philippines' north has been hit by some of its worst flooding in decades, with torrents of muddy runoff forcing 66,000 from their homes and prompting rescues of trapped locals, authorities said Friday.
Rising seas threaten early end for sinking village in Philippines
Danica Martinez, 16, grew up in a house that grows taller every few years.
Korean Air to open four routes to China, Philippines
Korean Air Lines Co., South Korea's national flag carrier, said Wednesday it will open four new routes to China and the Philippines later this month amid declining demand to Japan.
Philippines to vaccinate millions of children against polio
The Philippines is preparing to vaccinate millions of children against polio to halt an outbreak of a disease it believed to have been eradicated two decades ago, a top official said on Friday.
FIBA World Cup: Iranian b-ballers beat Philippines to qualify for 2020 Olympic Games
The Iranian basketball team have qualified for the 2020 Olympic Games after cruising past the Philippines 95 to 75 in the classification phase of the FIBA World Cup in China.
Volunteers collect 255 sacks of trash during coastal cleanup in Philippines
Volunteers from the Cavitex Infrastructure Corp. (CIC) collected some 255 sacks of trash and debris, weighing some 1,275 kilograms, during a coastal clean-up at the Cavitex Mangrove Park in Parañaque City, Philippines, on Saturday.
How poverty worsens plastics crisis in the Philippines
Armed with gloves, rubber boots and a rake, “Mangrove Warrior” Willer Gualva, 68, comes to Freedom Island in the Philippines almost every day to stop it being engulfed by trash.
Philippines declares national dengue epidemic after 622 deaths
A national dengue epidemic has been declared in the Philippines, where 622 people have died of the mosquito-borne disease since January and millions more are at risk.
Death toll from Philippines boat accidents rises to 25
The death toll from three boats sinking surged to 25 as rescuers retrieved more bodies from the sea off the central Philippines, officials said Sunday.

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