Fossils unearthed in a cave in Cagayan, Philippines have led to the discovery of a brand new species of human — Homo luzonensis.
A team of Filipino researchers from the De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Medical and Health Sciences Institution has formulated an herbal medicine — made of native Philippine plants — believed to cure dengue.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) announced April 10 sending Filipino workers to the North African country is now illegal amid worsening violence in capital Tripoli.
The European Union said a fresh audit of its grants in the Philippines would be conducted in April after receiving an intelligence report from the military that its aid has been diverted to communist rebels for years.
Philippine journalist and CEO of the online news site Rappler, Maria Ressa, was arrested again over anti-dummy law violation on March 29.
The Philippines’ weather bureau has warned that from April to June, 51 provinces will experience drought while 32 provinces will have to cope with a dry spell.
Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario and former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales urged the International Criminal Court on March 15 to launch a preliminary investigation into Xi for the alleged “massive” environmental destruction his government caused to the South China Sea.
Philippine authorities on March 20 said they have seized over 160kg of methamphetamine worth $20.7 million from two Chinese nationals and one Filipino-Chinese in an upscale neighborhood in Manila.
From April through October of 2018, the pristine, white beaches of Boracay in the Philippines were ordered to be closed so the popular resort area could rehabilitate. So now, almost six months after it’s reopened, what does this rehabilitation look like for Boracay?
Fatal crocodile attacks over the past months have enveloped a remote town in Palawan, the Philippines with fear and anger.