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  1. slumfood millionaire Manila monok seller Loida

    How Manila’s slum hawkers turn unwanted food into delicacies for the poor

    Faced with food insecurity, the urban poor in Manila’s biggest slum have learnt to be resourceful with the food they eat and sell. The programme ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Manila

    COVID-19: Philippines' Duterte eases overseas travel ban on health workers

    The Philippines' president has eased an overseas travel ban on Filipino nurses and other medical workers to allow more to take jobs abroad, his ...
  3. Philippine government transforms polluted coastline into artificial white sand beach

    Polluted stretch of Manila Bay gets fake white sand makeover

    Residents of the Philippines' capital on Saturday flocked to an artificial white sand beach that the government has transformed from a polluted ...
  4. ASEAN leaders attend a plenary session at a regional summit in Bangkok

    COVID-19: Philippines' Duterte keeps 1m social distancing rule

    Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has decided to retain the 1 meter (three feet) social distance requirement on public transport to reduce ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: Woman shields herself from the sun as she walks past an office building of

    China-backed telecom firm says won't spy on Philippines

    A new Philippine telecoms firm with Chinese state investment on Thursday described as "truly misplaced" concerns that communications equipment it ...
  6. The Philippines has recorded more than 260,000 Covid-19 cases, despite strict lockdowns

    COVID-19: Mercy flights planned for Solomons' students in Manila

    The Solomon Islands said it will repatriate hundreds of students stranded in the Philippines despite fears their return will torpedo the Pacific ...
  7. Insight FY2021 ep 18
    Media playtime

    Ep 18: Poverty In Asia: The Philippines

    The people in the Philippines are suffering from one of the toughest and longest lockdowns in the world, slipping the economy into its worst ...
  8. Filipinos usually pour into graveyards on November 1, blending expressions of faith and grief with a

    Manila cemeteries to close for All Saints' Day as COVID-19 rages

    Cemeteries in the Philippine capital will be closed on All Saints' Day for the first time, officials said Monday, preventing millions in the ...