MANILA — Police in a central Philippine city said Saturday that they have filed murder complaints against the owner and the crew of a ferry that capsized shortly after pulling out of
MANILA — Next week’s oral arguments before the United Nations arbitral tribunal in The Hague will determine whether the Philippines’ challenge to China’s claim over almost the entire South China Sea should
MANILA — The Philippines will send a high-level delegation to The Hague next week to argue Manila’s position in the arbitration case it filed against China, officials said on Friday. During a
MANILA – Beijing reiterated that it will not participate in the arbitration case filed by the Philippines in relation to the maritime dispute over the South China Sea. “What the Philippines does
MANILA — Several legal experts agreed Friday with the criticism of Vice President Jejomar Binay that the Aquino administration is engaged in “selective justice,” applying the full force of the law in
MANILA — The first Filipino gold medalist in Rio de Janeiro Olympics next year will also get a P5 million reward. The Saranggani representative and world boxing superstar made his pledge last
MANILA — A passenger died on board a Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight from Abu Dhabi to Manila, the flagship carrier said on Friday. “The PAL flight from Abu Dhabi to Manila had
MANILA — The Philippine National Police has formally dismissed its former chief and nine other officers over the allegedly anomalous contract with a courier service to deliver gun licenses to applicants’ homes.
MANILA — Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales on Friday indicted former Metro Rail Transit (MRT) General Manager Al Vitangcol III for graft over an anomalous maintenance contract for MRT 3 (Edsa line) in 2012,
BEIJING – A 3,000-meter (9,800-foot) airstrip Beijing is building on a reef in disputed waters in the South China Sea, where tensions are mounting with its neighbors, is “nearly complete”, a US
MANILA — Even if the Philippines wins its case in the international tribunal, its territorial dispute with China will be a long struggle, Supreme Court’s Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said Thursday.