Posts Tagged ‘Philippines’

Philippines President Threatens Unjabbed With Jail

Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to arrest the unvaxxed if they violate a confinement order. During a televised address to the country on Thursday, Duterte declared that, as he is “responsible for the safety and well-being of every Filipino,” he has been forced to take a firm approach to those “recalcitrant persons” who have […]

Philippines President Threatens Unvaccinated with Prison Time

(by RT) – With Covid infections in the Philippines hitting a three-month high, President Rodrigo Duterte took a firm approach to the unvaxxed, threatening to arrest such “recalcitrant persons” if they violate a confinement order. In a televised address to the nation on Thursday, Duterte declared that, as he is “responsible for the safety and well-being of every […]

Philippines President threatens Unvaccinated People with Prison time

    Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has issued a stark warning to people who refuse the Covid jab if they fail to follow a stay-at-home order. With Covid infections in the Philippines hitting a three-month high, President Rodrigo Duterte took a firm approach to the unvaxxed, threatening to arrest such “recalcitrant persons” if they violate […]

Aerial images of Philippines typhoon devastation

Rai hit the Philippines late in the typhoon season: most cyclones develop between July and October. Scientists have long warned that typhoons are strengthening more rapidly as the world becomes warmer because of human-driven climate change. The Philippines — ranked among the most vulnerable nations to the impacts of climate change — is hit by […]

Iran condoles with Malaysia and the Philippines governments

TEHRAN – After floods hit some South East Asian countries, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has offered condolences over the deaths of a number of people in Malaysia and the Philippines to the countries’ governments and the bereft families of the victims. Khatibzadeh referred to friendly ties between Iran the two countries, expressing sympathy […]

Death Toll From Typhoon Rai Tops 200 In The Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The death toll following the strongest typhoon to batter the Philippines this year has risen to more than 200, with 52 other people still missing and several central towns and provinces grappling with downed communications and power outages and pleading for food and water, officials said Monday. At its strongest, the […]

Typhoon Rai Leaves More Than 140 Dead In Philippines

Rescuers Battle Strong Typhoon Lashing Southern Philippines

MANILA, Philippines—A powerful typhoon slammed into the southeastern Philippines on Thursday, toppling trees, ripping tin roofs, and knocking down power as it blew across island provinces where nearly 100,000 people have been evacuated. Coast guard personnel were rescuing residents stranded by chest-deep waters in a southern province, where pounding rains swamped villages in brownish water. […]

Typhoon threatens Philippines, thousands evacuated

Tens of thousands of people were being evacuated to emergency shelters in the southern and central Philippines on Thursday as a powerful typhoon approached. Several southern and central provinces were on typhoon alerts. Residents were warned to stay away from coastal and low-lying villages and other high-risk areas due to possible flash floods, landslides and […]

Gunmen Kill Town Mayor, Wound Another in South Philippines

A police officer secures an area where Mayor Darussalam Lajid of Al-Barka town was killed and Mayor Alih Sali of Akbar town was wounded while walking at Baliwasan village in Zamboanga city, southern Philippines, on Dec. 6, 2021. (AP Photo) ZAMBOANGA, Philippines—Motorcycle-riding gunmen killed a town mayor and wounded another in a brazen attack Monday […]

Philippines Rejects China’s Demand to Remove Grounded Navy Ship

MANILA—The Philippines will not remove a dilapidated navy ship grounded on an atoll in the South China Sea, its defence chief said on Thursday, rejecting a demand by China after it blocked a mission to resupply the vessel’s crew. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana dismissed China’s assertion on Wednesday that the Philippines had committed to remove […]

Son of Late Philippines Dictator Ferdinand Marcos to Run for President

Former Philippines senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. declared on Tuesday that he will run for president in next year’s elections, following weeks of speculation about his future in politics. Marcos Jr., the only son of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos who ruled the Philippines for almost two decades until being overthrown in 1986, announced his presidential bid in a video post on social […]

US Secretary of Defense Visits Vietnam and the Philippines

Two decades ago, it seemed utterly impossible to have a ceremonial reception of the US Secretary of Defense in Hanoi, as he visited Vietnam in late July. Once again, illustrating the radical changes that have taken place in the world affairs since the end of the Cold War. In particular, for Vietnam, one of the main components […]

Local government in Philippines declares that unvaccinated people are barred from purchasing FOOD

Local government in Philippines declares that unvaccinated people are barred from purchasing FOODLocal government in Philippines declares that unvaccinated people are barred from purchasing FOOD NaturalNews.com / Lance D Johnson (Natural News) Human rights abuses are accelerating worldwide, as governments claim dominion over people’s bodies and minds. In the Philippine city of Lapu-Lapu, Mayor Junard “Ahong” […]

US, Philippines Call on CCP to Abide by International Law on 5th Anniversary of Landmark South China Sea Ruling

The United States on Sunday called on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to abide by international law in the South China Sea on the fifth anniversary of a landmark ruling by an arbitration tribunal repudiating China’s vast territorial claims in the region. “Nowhere is the rules-based maritime order under greater threat than in the South […]

At least 31 dead in Philippines military plane crash

A Philippine air force C-130 aircraft carrying troops crashed in a southern province after missing the runway Sunday, killing at least 17 military personnel while at least 40 were rescued from the burning wreckage, officials said. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said rescue and recovery efforts are ongoing. The aircraft had 92 people on board, including […]

Vaccination in the Third World Philippines: Get the Jab or Go to Jail + Forced Jab in the Ass

Home » Asia, Comedy, Health » Vaccination in the Third World Philippines: Get the Jab or Go to Jail + Forced Jab in the Ass     Angered by the country’s low vaccination rate, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has said he may jail people who refuse to get the shot against coronavirus. Duterte vented his […]

Philippines officials: 24 deaths after Sinovac and AstraZeneca shots are “unrelated”

From thecovidblog.com MANILLA — Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte created controversy this week. He reportedly received the first dose of the China-manufactured Sinopharm “inactivated virus” COVID-19 shot this past Monday night. He broadcast the injection live on Facebook. The problem is that only the China-manufactured “inactivated virus” Sinovac Coronavac and Oxford-AstraZeneca viral vector shots are authorized […]

Civilians flee as Philippines soldiers dislodge 200 (hungry?) Islamist militants who seized town market – media

Residents were evacuated from a Philippines town after around 200 Islamist fighters captured a local market, reportedly in order to score a meal. Gunshots were heard as the military tried to flush the militants from the area. Members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) seized the public market of Datu Paglas, located on the […]

Duterte says he will send Philippines’ navy ships into South China Sea to ‘stake claim’ over oil resources

The Philippines will send naval vessels into the disputed South China Sea in a bid to defend what it claims are its oil and mineral resources, President Rodrigo Duterte has said, in remarks he partly directed at China. “I will send my grey ships there to stake a claim,” Duterte said in a speech on […]

China accused of largest incursion into Taiwanese airspace as US-Philippines South China Sea military drills begin

Taiwan has accused the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of its largest incursion of the nation’s air defense zone with jets and nuclear-capable bombers, as joint US-Philippines military drills begin in the South China Sea. The Taiwanese Ministry of National Defense released a statement on its website on Monday, claiming 25 PLA planes violated the […]

Philippines turns up heat on China over boats massing in South China Sea

Aides of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday criticized China for what they called territorial incursions by hundreds of its vessels, which his legal counsel warned could damage ties and lead to “unwanted hostilities.” In some of the strongest words yet from Duterte’s camp about China’s conduct in the South China Sea, his lawyer Salvador […]

Trafficking investigation launched over Philippines immigration officers sending ‘women into slavery’

The Philippines Bureau of Immigration has launched an investigation after allegations were made that officers in the department had been involved in a human trafficking operation that sends “women into slavery.” The department’s probe was sparked by an inquiry being held in the country’s Senate, during which politicians were told about the use of tourist […]

Philippines accuses Beijing of ‘militarizing’ South China Sea with ‘provocative’ presence of 220 naval vessels

The Philippines’ defense minister has called on Beijing to withdraw boats detected in the South China Sea, describing their presence in the disputed area as a violation of his nation’s maritime rights. Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana claimed on Sunday that 220 boats belonging to Chinese forces were operating within the Philippine Exclusive Economic Zone, and […]

Philippines probes police shooting death of mayor & bodyguards in alleged ‘mistaken encounter’

The national crimes investigation agency is to investigate the controversial death of a mayor at the hands of the police service, which claims the official and his associates were killed in a shootout that started by mistake. The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) – a body that was modeled on the early-years US FBI – […]

Philippines Coral Reef Covered With Face Masks

Divers in the Philippines have discovered single use face masks and other PPE covering precious coral reefs and being consumed by marine life as the impact of lockdown takes its toll on the environment. While the media and groups like the World Economic Forum have have hailed the impact of lockdown, celebrating it for reducing […]

Philippines to probe use of illegal Covid vaccines

The Philippines health ministry said on Wednesday it will investigate the illegal use of unauthorised Covid-19 vaccines after a presidential advisor admitted to receiving shots of a Sinopharm vaccine smuggled into the country. Ramon Tulfo, a celebrity radio and television host and special envoy to China, revealed in his newspaper column on 20 February, and again in […]

Satellite Images Show Illegal Chinese Construction in Philippines During Pandemic

The Chinese Communist Party continued to expand its illegal construction on Philippine territory in the South China Sea throughout the coronavirus pandemic, satellite images published this week indicated. China claims the entirety of the South China Sea, including territory legally belonging to the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei, Malaysia, and Vietnam. Beijing also claims waters off the […]

Gunmen Execute Catholic Priest Accused of Rape in the Philippines

Unidentified gunmen executed a Filipino Catholic priest in cold blood Sunday, Father Rene Bayang Regalado, shooting him repeatedly in the head. The priest was facing a charge of rape in Lanao del Norte and police are reportedly investigating whether the rape case is tied to his killing. Father Regalado was returning home to the seminary […]

Gospel Overcomes Pandemic, Other Obstacles in Philippines

(Christian Aid Mission) — In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, highway patrolmen at a checkpoint in the Philippines stopped a local ministry leader and three co-workers on July 29 as they traveled together. On their way to another province on the island of Mindanao as part of a project to proclaim Christ and plant […]

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