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Philippines

Bomb Kills 8 in Restive Mindanao

A roadside bombing along a busy street in the southern Philippines city of Cotabato on Monday killed eight people and injured at least 40 others.

A Dirty War with Innocents Caught in the Middle

In the southern Philippines, a distraught mother pleads for the innocence of her son and nephew who were seized by the government for being alleged communist insurgents.

Hunt on for Killers of 2 Newspaper Columnists

Police seek motive behind Manila slayings

Greenpeace Activists Block Illegal Filipino Trash Dump Site

While the Filipino government spends millions to clean Manilla Bay, Greenpeace says illegal dumps sites like Manilla's Pier 18 worsen the problem.

Philippines Government to Push on with RH Law

Country thrown into divide as controversial new Law sparks nationwide protests

Philippines’ ‘Reproductive Health’ Law Stalled Again by Supreme Court

The law would require the Filipino government to pay for contraception and elementary school sex ed

Stop Saying GMOs are Safe, Says Greenpeace

Greenpeace calls Filipino government statements in support of GMOs "propaganda"

Call for Philippines Court to Ban US Military Maneuvers

Environmental fears after navy ship ran aground

Why I Exposed Abuse in the Filipino Church

Acknowledging the truth is the first step to fixing the problems

No Guns for Priests, Filipino Bishops Say

"Priests are supposed to be men of peace, not of war," said Bishop Jose Oliveros of Malolos

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