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US marine convicted of transgender killing deported from Philippines

A US Marine convicted of killing a Filipino transgender woman has been deported after a presidential pardon cut short his jail term. Lance Corporal Joseph...

Casualties reported after Philippines rocked by strong quake

A strong earthquake jolted the central Philippines, damaging homes, roads and bridges and killing at least one person and injuring several others. A three-storey house...

Duterte reimposes lockdowns as Philippines virus cases surge

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is reimposing a moderate lockdown in Manila and outlying provinces after medical groups appealed for the move as coronavirus infections...

Virus hotspots flare and hospitals are tested as economies reopen

Fresh coronavirus outbreaks are testing public health networks and the resolve of planners to reopen from pandemic shutdowns. Japan has pushed ahead with relaxing its...

Philippines coronavirus death becomes first outside China

A man in the Philippines has become the first person outside China to die from the coronavirus outbreak, while the overall death toll has...

Volcano’s quakes and cracks send more people fleeing in Philippines

A volcano in the Philippines has sent more plumes of ash into the air and shuddered continuously with earthquakes that opened cracks in roads...

Lava begins to spew from Philippines volcano

Lava has begun spewing from a volcano in the Philippines as authorities warned of “an imminent hazardous eruption”. The Taal volcano began to erupt in the...

Christmas typhoon leaves 28 dead in the Philippines

A strong typhoon that barrelled through the central Philippines has left at least 28 dead and 12 missing, and forced thousands to flee their...

20 dead after typhoon hits Philippines

A strong typhoon that barrelled through the central Philippines left at least 20 people dead and forced thousands to flee their homes, devastating Christmas...

Building collapses after strong earthquake hits Philippines

A strong earthquake has hit the southern Philippines, killing at least one person and causing a three-story building to collapse, officials said. The Philippine Institute...

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President Donald Trump has cast his ballot in the US election, telling reporters afterwards: “I voted for a guy named Trump.” Mr Trump voted in...

Oxford Street FLOODED with anti-mask protesters

Anti-lockdown protesters demonstrated in Oxford Street on Saturday, raising increased awareness of the disjunct between the government and the public. This week, the government announced...
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