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Philippines military plane carrying 85 people crashes while landing, 40 rescued

The burning wreckage of the C-130 was found near Sulu province by the villagers, who said that the military aircraft crashed during its landing on the Jolo islands after it missed the runway.

‘Get the f*ck out’: Top Philippines diplomat calls China an ‘ugly oaf’ that wants to ‘father’ a Chinese province on a ‘handsome guy’

Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Philippines, Teodoro Locsin Jr., lashed out at China on Monday and called them an 'ugly oaf'.

How Congress ‘delivered’ Oxygen to Philippines embassy when they had no COVID-19 cases: Jairam Ramesh debunked by S Jaishankar

S Jaishankar informed that the MEA verified the matter with the Philippines embassy and found that they had no cases of COVID-19

Transgender woman forced to have testicle removed after twisting it in excruciating injury due to practice called ‘tucking’

The habit of "tucking" testicles caused a transgender woman to have a testicle surgically removed in Philippines.

The Philippines demands withdrawal of over 200 Chinese vessels from Whitsun Reef, calls it ‘provocative action’

The Philippines has lodged diplomatic protest against Chinese vessels moored at Whitsun Reef off Palawan, which it claims as its EEZ.

USA rejects China’s ‘might is right’ claims on the South China Sea, says PRC’s predatory mindset has no place in the 21st century

The State Department reiterated that carrying out unilateral activities in the territory of sovereign countries along the South China Sea for fishing or hydrocarbon development is 'unlawful harassment'.

Shoot them dead! Instead of causing trouble, I will bury you: Philippines​ President issues orders against Coronavirus lockdown violators

The Philippines on March 31reported 538 new virus cases of Coronavirus - the highest daily jump in the number of infections

Coronavirus: 300 Gujaratis stuck in Philippines, request government to help in evacuation

Over 300 Gujaratis, including students, are stuck in Manila, Philippines amidst the coronavirus outbreak. They have now sought Indian government's help.

Philippine Army shows interest to buy India’s BrahMos supersonic cruise missile to increase its costal security

While several nations have expressed interest in the BrahMos, India has yet to secure an export deal for the weapon, which was first tested in 2001

Ramon Magsaysay Award: Established by two CIA linked American organisations in memory of a CIA groomed Philippines president

CIA had groomed and helped Ramon Magsaysay to become president of Philippines, to defeat communism

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