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Captains of ships owned by Indonesian navy disapprove of bribes and treason

MANILA – Plagued by mosquitoes at night and marauding monkeys by day, Captain Glenn Madoginog was held at an Indonesian naval base for months...

Philippines close 175 offshore gambling companies, deport 40,000 Chinese workers

MANILA: The Philippines will shut down the operations of 175 offshore gambling companies and deport about 40,000 Chinese workers, a Justice Department official said...

Super Typhoon Noru hits Philippines and kills five rescuers

San Ildefonso, Philippines – Five rescue workers were killed in the Philippines after being sent to a flooded community during a powerful typhoon, authorities...

Super Typhoon Noru storms into the Philippines, forcing evacuations near Manila

Manila – A super typhoon swept into the Philippines on Sunday and was on track to storm the densely populated main island of Luzon,...

Misinformation envelops the horrors of the Philippine martial law

Manila – US lawyer Thomas Jones recalls the scars left by Filipino torture victims he interviewed for Amnesty International in 1975 in the country's...

India’s rice export ban: Asian countries will be hit hard – and those who benefit

Rice production in India has fallen by 5.6% year-on-year from September in the face of below-average monsoon rain, which has affected the harvest, Nomura...

Shanghai, Mumbai, Melbourne and beyond: UKTN names the best Asia-Pacific hotels for business travel

Business travelers are on the road again. So there's no better time for UKTN Travel to name the best hotels for business travel across...

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