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Veteran Philippine journalist Maria Ressa, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, has become a symbol of the fight for press freedom in an era of strongmen leaders.
The Catholic-majority country has one of the lowest ages of consent in the world, allowing adults to legally have sex with children as young as 12 if they agree.
When antibodies generated by your own body attack the neurotransmitter receptors of your muscle cells, you get the incurable condition of myasthenia gravis.
There's a growing list of locations around the world that are set to close to tourists to protect the environment and wildlife. Here are six places that have recently shut shop.
The Philippines is aiming to strengthen its claims in the South China Sea by potentially building hotels for tourists on its biggest island in the disputed waterway, officials said.
Philippine ‘jeepney’ artists stalked by extinction
The former US Secretary of State offers a quick historical trip through the rise and fall and rise of Fascism that is slightly undermined by her own actions while in office.
The only winners in the 'war on drugs' have been the drug lords. We need to view drug addiction not as a crime, but for what it really is – a health issue.
Just like Boracay in the Philippines, the ailing Thai beach – Maya Bay – has closed its doors to tourists in a bid to restore the place to its beautiful state once again.
The mandatory death penalty for drug offences does not work, it's time we dropped it completely, says Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.