The Philippines president hits back at the European Union bloc and explains how he does not want to visit Brussels.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist joke has angered women's rights groups, with some of them saying the remarks are "extremely worrying".
Philippines president Duterte has repeatedly made it clear that he does want to stay in power beyond his term when it ends in 2022.
Lava fountains gush up 700 metres (2,300 feet) above Mount Mayon's crater and ash plumes tower up to three kilometres (1.9 miles) in the sky.
Lava flowed at least half a kilometer (less than half a mile) down a gulley from the crater and on Monday morning, ash clouds appeared mid-slope, said Renato Solidum, head of the volcano institute.
Devotees squeezed their way into the tightly packed mob and climbed on others in a desperate attempt to reach the carriage carrying the Black Nazarene through Manila.
Children as young as three spend their days sitting in soot and breathing in coal dust and toxic smoke to make charcoal out of wood scavenged from rubbish dumps.
Paolo Duterte stepped down as Davao city's vice mayor on Christmas day after months of accusations that he was involved in illegal drug trade.
Many of the victims of the blaze at the Davao shopping centre were suspected of being trapped in a call centre office in the building.
Philippines Storm Tembin: Abdulsalam Binang Amerhasan eaten by crocodile while trying to flee rising water on island of Palawan.
Philippines Storm Tembin kills more than 180 on Mindanao island - latest typhoon from Pacific to strike the island country after Kai-Tak.
Casualties feared as the Philippines coast guard is leading the rescue operations in the waters, located 70kms from Manila.
Storm Kai-tak pounds Philippines, leaves over 30 dead and dozens missing in island province of Biliran after triggering severe flooding and landslides.
Search continues for little girl knocked unconscious and dumped by drunken dad in the forest. Felipe Eranzo now facing child abuse charges.
Australian photojournalist Ted McDonnell documents life in Happyland, a ramshackle collection of shelters built around a rubbish dump outside Manila.
When asked whether he would impose a nationwide martial law to combat terror, the Phillipines president said "all options are on table".
The Philippines president argued martial law powers are necessary to root out the extremists who have been regrouping after the military campaign.
The Philippines president warns the industrialisation and urbanisation should move beyond the capital as Manila will soon hit a saturation point.
Rights group Amnesty International earlier said there have been serious human rights violations committed by Filipino soldiers in Marawi.
'Liar in chief': Twitter slams Trump over bizarre claim that Obama's plane didn't land in Philippines
"The truth has never been his strong suit," one Twitter user wrote.
The US president said his gruelling five-nation tour has been "tremendously successful" touting unconfrimed dollar figures.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte and US President Donald Trump met officially on the sidelines of the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit.
US President Donald Trump has offered to moderate talks between the multiple claimants in the South China Sea dispute.
The Philippines controversial president Rodrigo Duterte said he stabbed a person to death as a teenager.
The firebrand leader has often faced criticism for his violent war on drugs and numerous extra judicial deaths allegedly meted out by his security forces.
Dionisio Santiago is the successive chairman of Dangerous Drugs Board to face an unceremonious exit.
Some of the websites compromised belong to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, China's BDStar and the Armed Forces of the Philippines among others.
Russia donated around 5,000 guns and other weapons to the Philippines to fight Islamic terror as the Kremlin also seeks to boost its military presence in Southeast Asia.
Air strikes, artillery and machine-gun fire have left the lakeside city of Marawi in the southern Philippines a smouldering wasteland of shattered buildings and bullet-pocked mosques and houses.
Duterte urges public to remain vigilant as the remnants of Islamists could come back to launch fresh attacks.