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Seven Christian farmers were killed on Thursday as Muslim guerrillas launched a series of attacks in the troubled southern Philippines, the military said.
 

Philippine authorities have said a heart attack caused the death of Chinese mixed martial arts fighter Yang Jian Bing, who collapsed a day before a Manila bout, fight organizers said Wednesday.
 

A weeklong assault by Philippine troops ended with the capture of a Muslim extremist camp and the deaths of 26 militants and three soldiers, a military spokesman said on Sunday.
 

Heavy rains pummeled the entire Philippines on Saturday, flooding more areas as the government declared a "state of national calamity."
 

Rescuers on speedboats hauled rain-soaked residents off rooftops in the Philippine countryside on Wednesday after Typhoon Melor killed at least 11 people and cut power for millions.
Heavy flooding as Philippine typhoon toll climbs to 11

 

Three Philippine soldiers were killed in a major assault on a Muslim extremist camp in the southern Philippines, the military said Wednesday.
 

Rescuers on speedboats hauled rain-soaked residents off rooftops in the Philippine countryside on Wednesday after Typhoon Melor killed at least 11 people and cut power for millions.
Heavy flooding as Philippine typhoon death toll climbs to 11

 

Tattered lanterns, festive lights and tin roofs littered towns in the central Philippines on Tuesday after Typhoon Melor swept through, killing at least four people and leaving millions without power ahead of Christmas.
Melor kills 4 in Philippines, cuts power

 

More than 700,000 people in the central Philippines fled to safer areas for fear of giant waves, floods or landslides as Typhoon Melor slammed into the archipelago nation Monday, officials said.
Typhoon Melor slams central Philippines as 700,000 flee for safety

 

Thousands of residents evacuated as Typhoon Melor slammed into the eastern Philippines, where flood- and landslide-prone communities are bracing for destructive winds, heavy rains and coastal floods of up to 4 meters (13 feet), officials said Monday. Classes and flights were suspended.
 

An inferno in one of Manila's huge shanty towns has killed nine people, authorities said Friday, the third blaze to have struck the city's slums in as many weeks.
 

The Philippines is receiving 114 armored vehicles donated by the United States, officials said Thursday, boosting the poorly equipped military's fight against various insurgent groups in the country.
 

The Philippines' police force has sacked 21 officers for being "co-conspirators" in the country's worst massacre six years ago, according to an official statement released Wednesday.
 

A huge fire chased hundreds of Philippine inmates out of their cells and razed a sprawling shantytown near a Manila prison Friday, leaving thousands of residents homeless, authorities said.
Inmates flee, thousands homeless in Manila slum fire

 
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