An Indonesian hostage held by Islamist militants in the southern Philippines has swum his way to freedom but another drowned, while a Malaysian captive was
The Philippine supreme court on Tuesday ordered the release of police documents on the killing of thousands of suspects during the president’s drug crackdown, in
The president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has continued his offensive rhetoric against women, addressing female police and army staff at a conference in honour
As Isis’s last stronghold in Syria burns, half a world away in the Philippines are men who know how it feels to watch a caliphate
Flashlight in hand, the street-sweeper Alejandro Galasao, 58, navigates a labyrinth of alleys to catch a bus to the capital, Manila, 30km (18.6 miles) away.