High human cost as Phillipines wage war on IS


MANILA – While the rains come and go, the flow of wounded into a military hospital in the north of the island does not. Just as two ambulances pull into the hospital at Camp Evangelista in Cagayan de Oro, the skies once again open up, muddying the dirt courtyard. They discharge yet another 10 soldiers, […]

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Mob violence puts tourism at risk, says Sealy

The island’s all important tourism industry could be hurt by mob violence similar to the recent incidents in The City, according to Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy. The minister said he feared the outbreak of unruly behaviour captured on video, which went viral on social media, could tarnish the country’s […]