Articles by Noel Tarrazona
As Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte kept on realigning to Asia superpower China, the Philippines is continuing to get trade, business and financial assistance from it.
Philippines' local telecommunications companies Philippine Long Distance Company and Smart Communications, have forged a partnership with China Telecom's rival Huawei to provide better internet service to Filipinos.
A Filipino police officer was killed and seven other security forces were heavily injured in two separate bomb attacks in less than 24 hours.
Police seized an estimated USD 20 thousand dollars worth illegal drugs in Timog Avenue in Quezon City at 7:30 in the morning.
Communist rebels have begun to make their presence felt again when they stormed Roxas town in North Cotabato province and abducted the town's deputy police chief.
The law-making council of Lanao del Sur province on Friday has introduced a motion to declare the Province of Lanao del Sur under a state of calamity.
While tropical storm Tembin has already left the Southern Philippines, an estimated 23,755 families or 111,641 victims in different parts of the Philippines will extend their stay in evacuation centers.
Members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) killed a chieftain of a Teduray tribe in Maguindanao Province after rebels surrounded his house and asked him to get out.
The United Nations has expressed its willingness to provide support to local emergency operations to victims of tropical storm Tembin that killed 200 people and displacing 70,000 people in Mindanao.
Provincial governor said that quarrying activities degraded the environemmnt and triggered landlsides.
The New People's Army (NPA) declared an eight-day unilateral ceasefire after the group made a series of violent attacks against military and police security forces in the last four months.
The Philippine primary education will be recipient of Japanese assistance worth USD 477, 444 to start building and rehabilitating school classrooms damaged by natural disasters in the Visayas and Mindanao regions.
Telco firms from Japan, US, Korea and Australia have also signified to become the third internet service provider in the Philippines that could target a potential 50 million prospective internet subscribers.
After the Australia government announced that they will be training Philippine soldiers to battle terror in the Philippines, and now Singapore has joined the program.
The two hours long firefight between the policemen on duty and the100 NPA injured four officers.
The Philippines military's 6th Infantry Division based in Maguindanao province has organized an army battalion to prevent urban terrorism in the province.
Philippine military Public Affairs Head Col. Edgard Arevalo said that Marawi will be the next commercial hub that will replace the trademark as a haven of terrorism.
A few days after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced that he wanted Maoist rebel leaders arrested after the failed peace talks with the National Democratic Front (NDP), Philippine security forces killed 15 New People's Army (NPA) rebels in separate encounters in the Northern Philippines.
As Philippine-Korea relations continue to flourish with hundreds of thousands of Koreans visiting Philippines yearly, Korea's biggest bank, KB Kookmin Bank has filed an application with the Philippine Central Bank to open its first branch in the country.
Is the Philippine ready to launch another fierce battle with another revolutionary organization after crushing at least 800 ISIS-linked terrorists in the five-month-long battle in Marawi City?