Cotabato City, Philippines The political party of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) made history with the election of its candidates for mayor and vice mayor...
Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte could face international charges over his deadly drug war, but his daughter’s thumping victory in the vice presidential race shows his popularity remains sky-high.
The son of late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos cemented a landslide presidential election victory Tuesday, after Filipinos bet a familiar but tainted dynasty could ease rampant poverty — while dismissing warnings the clan’s return will deepen corruption and weaken democracy.
Two public officials in Basilan, the re-electionist Gov. Jim Salliman and Vice Mayor Roderick Furigay, candidate for mayor of Lamitan City, are poised to be proclaimed Tuesday, May 10.
The son of late Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos commanded a massive early lead in the presidential election Monday, according to an unofficial tally of results that pointed to a historic landslide victory.
A bystander was killed while five others were hurt when men armed with assault rifles fired at people in a seaport in Tapiantana Island in Tabuan Lasa town in Basilan at past 2:00 p.m. Monday.
Six voters were hurt when a 40 millimeter grenade projectile fired from a distance landed and went off in a school campus in Datu Piang town at past noontime Monday, May 9.
Three were killed while two others were wounded in a shootout on Monday morning inside the campus of the Malabang National High School in Malabang town.
Gunmen killed with assault rifles three barangay tanods helping guard a polling precinct in the town proper of Buluan, Maguindanao at about 8:15 a.m. Monday.
Nine were hurt in powerful explosions that rocked Maguindanao’s adjoining Shariff Aguak and Datu Unsay Ampatuan towns Sunday night.