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A Philippine court on Tuesday convicted a U.S. Marine of killing a Filipina last year after he discovered she was a transgender woman in a hotel while he was on a break after participating in joint military exercises in the country.
US Marine found guilty of killing transgender Filipina

 

The Philippines on Saturday took delivery of two Korean-made fighter jets -- the country's first supersonic combat aircraft in a decade -- as it strengthens its underfunded military amid an escalating territorial feud with China.
Philippines gets new supersonic jets

 

Eight members of a criminal gang that pledged allegiance to Islamic State jihadists were killed in a firefight with the military in the southern Philippines, officials said Friday.
 

The Philippine government will launch a website to crowd-source tips on the whereabouts of some 200 missing art works, including paintings by Van Gogh, Picasso, and Rembrandt that were owned by former first lady Imelda Marcos, an official said Friday.
 

A huge fire that swept through a crowded Manila shanty town has razed more than 800 homes, leaving thousands homeless after they were forced to flee for their lives from the towering flames, officials said Thursday.
Thousands left homeless after fire in Manila district

 

Philippine police deployed Katy Perry pop songs to disperse protesters at an Asia-Pacific leaders' summit on Thursday, enraging some demonstrators but amusing others.
Philippine police deploy Katy Perry to disperse APEC protesters

 

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Wednesday that a man held for months by Islamic militants in the southern Philippines had been murdered, condemning what he called a "savage and barbaric" act.
 

President Barack Obama landed in Southeast Asia Tuesday for string of summits with Asian leaders, a visit he had hoped would highlight progress in his seven-year charm offensive in the region -- but was instead overshadowed by the fight against Islamic terrorism in the Middle East.
Obama arrives in Asia with eyes on Middle East

 

The Philippines pledged a warm welcome for mainland Chinese leader Xi Jinping at an economic summit in Manila next week, officials said Tuesday, despite a bitter row over disputed islands.
Philippines pledges warm welcome for China's Xi

 

The Philippines has swept 20,000 homeless from the streets, canceled hundreds of flights and declared public holidays in Manila to ensure a safe and efficient summit of 21 world leaders next week, officials say.
 

After losing her husband and six children to the fury of Typhoon Haiyan, Juvelyn Luana has found fresh hope among the misery and crushing poverty as she rebuilds her life with a new family.
Philippine couple find love among typhoon misery

 

Philippine Islamic militants are demanding one billion pesos (US$21 million) each for the release of two Canadians and a Norwegian kidnapped six weeks ago, according to a new video of the captives.
 

A Philippine radio reporter has been shot dead, police and colleagues said Monday, in the latest attack in a country known for dozens of unsolved killings of journalists.
 

Millions of people in the Philippines made their annual pilgrimages to family gravesites on Sunday in a tradition that combines fervent Catholic faith with the country's penchant for festivity.
Philippines graveyard meets mix celebration, sadness

 
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