Manila's street dwellers 'detained' in Boystown?

Street dwellers on Monday relayed their bleak condition at the Manila Boystown in Marikina where the government allegedly hid them in time for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Summit. 

US-China rivalry casts shadow over APEC summit

MANILA - The political and economic rivalry between the United States and China casts a long shadow in the supposedly apolitical Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' Meeting this week in Manila.

Why PH should worry about ISIS threat

The Philippines has to raise its alarm against terror threats following the deadly attacks in Paris, a security analyst said on Sunday.

#PrayForTheWorld: Prayers for peace pour in on social media

It's not just Paris. People across the world are also praying for world peace.

TIMELINE: Paris attacks

At least 128 people were killed and scores injured, 80 critically, in attacks Friday on six sites across the French capital, ranging from a concert venue to a sports stadium.

IN PHOTOS: Paris terror attacks

Terror grips the French capital as more than a hundred people are killed in simultaneous attacks on several locations in Paris.

French witness relates 'bloodbath' at packed concert venue

PARIS, France - A French radio reporter who was inside the Bataclan theatre that came under attack Friday gave a harrowing account of the "10 horrific minutes" when black-clothed gunmen wielding AK-47s entered and fired calmly and randomly at hundreds of screaming concertgoers.

EXCL: Trabaho ng tirador ng 'tanim-bala', inilahad

Idinetalye ng dating empleyado ng Office for Transportation Security ang dalawang klase ng mga gumagawa ng modus na "tanim-bala" sa airport.

A presumption of guilt? Questions vs American 'tanim-bala' victim hit

A prosecutor is under fire for allegedly asking incriminatory questions to an American missionary allegedly victimized by the "tanim-bala" scam during his inquest proceedings. 

'Tanim-bala' creating 'climate of fear' among OFWs

MANILA - There is now a "climate of fear" among overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) amid the alleged "tanim-bala" extortion scheme victimizing travelers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).