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Duterte-critic journalist pleads not guilty in Manila tax case

If found guilty, Maria Ressa could face up to 10 years behind bars on each charge.

The Asian markets that should do well but aren’t

Despite the overall Asian stock rally, Southeast Asian bourses are lagging - but sentiment for the region remains positive.

Philippines to charge Sanofi officials over dengue vaccination deaths

Philippine justice department prosecutors found grounds to hold Sanofi officials criminally liable for 'reckless imprudence resulting in homicide'.

Philippine central bank stays hawkish on policy, deputy says

Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo concedes the possibility of oil price surges and is cautious about risks to price stability.

Sabah rejects Manila’s claim over it

Chief Minister Musa Aman says the people of Sabah chose to become part of Malaysia and will remain in Malaysia, while Darell Leiking calls for an end to the claim once and for all.

Nearly 200 hurt in Philippine New Year revelry despite fireworks order

Health Secretary says although there were fewer victims this year, his department might recommend a total firecracker ban to ensure zero casualties.

UN warns of “massive” human rights abuses on Philippines’ Mindanao

The international body fears the situation could deteriorate further if martial law is extended until the end of 2018.

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