In the Philippines, in the wake of typhoon Haiyan and the subsequent storm, survivors are still struggling. Some 5,600 people have been confirmed dead, and close to 1,800 are missing.
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A weekend dominated by the terrible progress of Typhoon Haiyan in Asia . . .
Taiwan has held a series of military exercises in waters off the northern Philippines in response to the Filipino killing of a Taiwanese fisherman.The exercises came after the Philippines rejected ...
Tensions are mounting in the South China Sea following last week's deadly shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman whose vessel reportedly drifted into Filipino waters.
The euro is here to stay, Jean-Marc Ayrault assured Asians on a visit to the Philippines Saturday.
Philippines Airlines (PAL) confirmed that it is buying 10 jumbo jets from Toulouse-based European aircraft-builder Airbus on Saturday, as French Prime Minister
The European Union has welcomed a peace plan between the Philippines government and the country's biggest Muslim rebel group, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
As demonstrations against the low-budget movie Innocence of Muslims continue across the Muslim world, a professor in the Philippines has taken a stand for free speech and shown the ...