Terrorism, sea row take center stage at 27th ASEAN Summit

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Terrorism and sea dispute top the discussions at the opening of the 27th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Trade not territory puts China at center of Asia-Pacific summit

MANILA - China was the center of attention at the summit of Asia-Pacific leaders in Manila this week, but with deft maneuvering managed to shield itself from criticism of its muscle-flexing in regional waters as the meeting focused mainly on issues of trade.

APEC 2015 has no sure benefits, some experts say

Para sa ilang eksperto, wala pa itong tiyak na benepisyo habang malinaw na ang perwisyong naidulot nito, lalo na sa mga motorista at ilang negosyo.

Alma Moreno OK despite being bashed over TV interview: Binay

MANILA - Senatorial aspirant Alma Moreno of the United Nationalist Allliance (UNA) remains cheerful despite being bashed over her answers during an interview with Karen Davila on ANC last week, according to Vice President Jejomar Binay.

How the Philippines made APEC interesting

MANILA - The recently concluded Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' Meeting became one of the hottest topics in social media, mainly because of Filipino netizens.

LOOK: Adoring Filipinos mob Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought the house down after his press briefing at the International Media Center on Thursday after the APEC economic leaders' meeting.

Abe: Japan to mull SDF dispatch to disputed sea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday that Tokyo will consider dispatching its Self-Defense Forces to the South China Sea while examining the impact of the situation there on its own security, a Japanese official said, as Japan and the United States discuss cooperating to defuse tensions in those waters.

Barko ng Tsina malapit sa Pag-asa, hindi alam ng AFP?

Itinanggi ng Armed Forces of the Philippines na alam nilang may malaking barko ng China Coast Guard ang tumigil ng siyam na araw sa tabi ng Pag-asa Island sa West Philippine Sea. 

All about Aisa Mijeno and her SALt lamp

MANILA - Filipina scientist Aisa Mijeno has no intention of competing with other inventors of sustainable alternative light sources.

China faces isolation due to sea dispute - analyst

MANILA - China is facing increasing isolation from the international community because of its maritime disputes, an analyst and a international relations expert said.