Biography of the Author Aya Lowe

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  1. Rebuilding Marawi, a year after siege by militants loyal to Islamic State | Video
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    Rebuilding Marawi, a year after siege by militants loyal to Islamic State | Video

    It took government troops months to drive out militants who had laid siege to Marawi - but now comes the task of rebuilding a city that has been ...
  2. Marawi one year on: Troops continue to battle splinter outfits | Video
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    Marawi one year on: Troops continue to battle splinter outfits | Video

    It's been nearly a year since Marawi was taken over by militants claiming allegiance to Islamic State. While the military succeeded in flushing ...
  3. Tired of traffic? Micro-apartments may be the solution in Manila
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    Tired of traffic? Micro-apartments may be the solution in Manila

    Philippine developers are looking to offer some relief to Manila residents battling the city's traffic by providing micro-apartments. These ...
  4. Philippines' Jolly Jeeps: Serving street food before food trucks became popular
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    Philippines' Jolly Jeeps: Serving street food before food trucks became popular

    Before food trucks became a fashionable way of serving up street food across the world, the Philippines had its Jolly Jeeps which roamed the ...
  5. Philippines Congress takes first major step to impeach Chief Justice
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    Philippines Congress takes first major step to impeach Chief Justice

    Accused of violating the Constitution and betraying the public's trust, Philippines Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Maria Lourdes Sereno, may ...
  6. Filipino adventurers to recreate historic maritime voyage to China
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    Filipino adventurers to recreate historic maritime voyage to China

    A team of adventurers from the Philippines is planning to trace a forgotten ancient maritime trade route to China made about six centuries ago.
  7. USS Carl Vinson docks in Manila at the start of South China Sea patrols
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    USS Carl Vinson docks in Manila at the start of South China Sea patrols

    The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier has docked in the Philippine capital of Manila. Home to 72 aircraft, the supercarrier is on a five-day port ...
  8. Women's groups protest over Duterte's comments on female rebels
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    Women's groups protest over Duterte's comments on female rebels

    In the Philippines, there's growing anger among women's and activists groups over President Rodrigo Duterte's recent remarks instructing soldiers ...
  9. Are Philippines' jeepneys becoming obsolete?
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    Are Philippines' jeepneys becoming obsolete?

    Jeepneys - the so-called "Kings of the road" in the Philippines - could be on their last legs, as the government launches an ambitious ...