Beijing says Japan should ‘exercise caution in its own words and deeds, and stop hyping up and interfering’ in a dispute some fear could lead to war
The Phillippines challenged the so-called 'nine-dash line' China uses to claim virtually the entire South China Sea
Civil rights campaigners including two legislators called for an inquiry into police operations amid concerns some of the dead suspects could have been summarily executed by lawmen
More than 35,000 soldiers are currently on standby to help with disaster relief and evacuations
Robert Hall becomes the second Canadian hostage to be beheaded by Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf after ransom demands are not met
Rodrigo Duterte advised members of the public to 'do it yourself, if you have the gun'
A late night alcohol ban, no children in the streets and a strict prohibition on loud karaoke are among his policies.
He said he preferred hanging to firing squads because he does not want to waste bullets
'I have no patience, I have no middle ground, either you kill me or I will kill you idiots'
John Ridsdel was executed by Abu Sayyaf militants on Monday
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the killing as “an act of cold-blood murder.”
A YouTube video showing the mayor making these statements recently surfaced and is causing an uproar in the Phillipines
Decision overturns the exclusion of popular pro-poor figure who one analyst says is the candidate to beat
'It appears that his comments on the same-sex marriage issue have hurt his numbers'
Manfred Fritz Bajorat was identified from documents found on the boat
Fishermen make gruesome discovery 60 miles off Philippines coast [WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE]