Giant captive Philippine crocodile healthy but refuses to eat
The monster crocodile, said to be the biggest captive saltwater crocodile in the world, has not eaten for over two weeks since it was captured by swampland residents in a remote town of Bunawan in Southern Philippines last September 3.
Taiwan imposes sanctions on Philippines over killing
TAIPEI - Taiwan imposed sanctions against the Philippines on Wednesday, rejecting as unacceptable a Philippine apology for the killing of a fisherman from Taiwan last week.
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In a disputed reef, Philippines sees face of Chinese domination
Scarborough Shoal, a mecca for fishermen, is claimed by both countries, and the fight over it and other territory in the South China Sea threatens to entangle the U.S. MASINLOC, Philippines — The fishermen were sailing the azure waters off the Philippine coast when Richard Caneda saw the morning sunlight glinting off a vessel "bigger than the biggest ship in the Philippine navy."
Faulty vote counting machines mar Philippine elections
Malfunctioning precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines, late and wrong delivery of election paraphernalia, poor communication signal in some precincts and disenfranchised voters, among others, marred the 2013 elections in the Philippines.
Taiwan Demands Apology From Philippines for Fisherman’s Killing
The 65-year-0ld man died after his boat was fired on by a Philippine government ship. Manila said his boat had tried to ram the Philippine vessel.
Philippines Volcano Spews Ash, Kills 5
The Philippine volcano Mount Mayon spewed ash and rocks early Tuesday, killing four German tourists and one of their Filipino guides as they made their way up to view the crater.