Philippines: is terrorist Zulkifli Bin Hir alive or dead?
US kills three top Islamic terrorists in the Philippines
Philippine military kills three top militants in dawn strike
Southeast Asia’s most-wanted terrorist and two other senior militants from Al Qaeda-linked groups were killed in a US-backed airstrike in the southern Philippines this morning, the Philippine military says.
Philippines kidnapping: European birdwatchers possibly sold to Islamic militants
The Philippine president's new girlfriend is a wacky radio DJ
Confirmed: Korean-born morning zoo host dating bachelor president
China: "make Philippines pay" for US military ties
State-run Global Times paper suggests showing countries that "siding with the US is not a good choice"
Philippine Maoists "New People's Army" wreaking havoc
Military: communists rebels, losing support, resorting to extortion spree
Hussein Atris: alleged Hezbollah agent says Israelis framed him in Bangkok terror plot
Hairdresser-turned-terror suspect says Israeli "set me up"
Vietnam launches first domestic made warship
Vietnam's first homemade ship is equipped with modern artillery and missile systems.
Philippines: Black Nazarene procession faces threat from terrorists, warns president
The Philippines' President Benigno Aquino III has told Roman Catholics to be on high alert at the annual Black Nazarene procession in Manila tomorrow, warning that terrorists have threatened to attack.
Philippines: Mining landslide kills 25, dozens missing (VIDEO)
Rescue workers are searching a gold mining site near Pantukan town on Mindanao island in the Philippines, where a landslide has killed at least 25 people and left more than 100 missing.
Filipinos working in Syria risk violence for pay
As crisis mounts, Philippines government demands citizens return home
Islamic rebels in Philippines aid search for kidnapped Australian man
Moro Islamic Liberation Front agrees to help find man likely kidnapped by other rebel group
Top 5 worst natural disasters of 2011
From Japan to the United States, it was another bad year for natural disasters.
Philippines flooding: Death toll climbs to 1,249
A week after the southern Philippines island of Mindanao was hit by devastating flash flooding, the official death toll on Tuesday reached 1,249.
UN: Philippines crisis "like tsunami"
Tropical flood tragedy takes roughly 1,000 lives
Philippines typhoon kills up to 900 people
Hundreds are dead or missing after tropical storm Washi (called Sendong locally) tore through the southern part of the region.
Philippines: More than 650 killed in floods triggered by Tropical Storm Washi
Death toll rises to 650, with more than 800 people still missing, in severe flooding caused by Tropical Storm Washi on Mindanao island in the Philippines.
China in trouble in international waters, again
South Korea is up in arms after a Chinese fishing boat captain murdered a Korean coast guard officer this week.
Philippine Supreme Court Chief Justice Impeached
The Philippine House of Representatives voted to impeach the Supreme Court chief justice over corruption allegations.
Kevin Lunsmann,14-year-old Filipino-American, escapes Islamic kidnappers (VIDEO)
Kidnapped while on vacation with his family, 14-year-old Kevin Lunsmann escapes from a group of Islamic militants after five months in captivity.
Tourists make this primate commit suicide
AFP: Tiny primate from Philippines will "kill itself by bashing its head against a tree"
Philippine Army promotes boxer Pacquiao
Boxer, congressman and, now, lieutenant colonel
Did a scam on AT&T customers fund terror?
FBI, Philippine police sting nabs accused phone scammers linked to terror groups
Philippines' police arrest four accused of hacking phones for terrorist group
Four Filipino phone hackers were accused of ties to terrorist group.
Gloria Arroyo, former Philippines president, arrested
Authorities in the Philippines have arrested former president Gloria Arroyo, after vote-tampering charges were filed by the Election Commission.
Meet the world's 7-billionth babies
The world welcomed its 7-billionth occupant on Monday. Newborns in India and the Philippines are being celebrated as the symbolic seven-billionth baby.
Vietnam president arrives for first India visit
Amid tensions with Beijing over joint oil exploration in the South China Sea, Hanoi and New Delhi aim to reaffirm ties
Global Weather: Asia Pummeled By Repeat Storms
Intensified monsoons have left around 600 people dead in various parts of the continent.
Philippines radical Islamists free kidnapped U.S. woman
Her son, however, remains in the hands of Al-Qaeda-linked rebels Abu Sayyaf
Faking it in the Philippines
A Filipino blogger reveals a poorly manipulated image of officials inspecting typhoon wreckage