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Philippines deports US Marine convicted of killing transgender woman
He was convicted of killing Jennifer Laude in 2014.
Philippine president pardons US Marine jailed for killing transgender woman
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said Duterte had "erased the punishment" but the conviction of Pemberton stands.
ISIS-linked group suspected behind deadly twin bombings in Philippines
Twin blasts including a suicide bombing killed 15 people and wounded 75 others on a southern Philippine island on Monday.
The Philippines cancels major security pact with the US
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte scrapped a two-decade-old defense agreement with the United States on Tuesday, throwing one of Washington's most important security alliances in Asia into disarray
ISIS claims responsibility for Philippine army camp bombing that left 5 dead
An explosion at a military base in the restive southern Philippines on Friday killed five people, including three soldiers, and wounded nine others in what Islamic State said was an attack by its suicide bombers
Trash-talking Philippine president threatens war with Canada if they don’t take out the garbage
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte hates many things. Drugs. Gambling. God. Now we can add the global scourge of Canada to his hit list
US and Philippine troops are training to repel an island invasion amid South China Sea tensions
U.S. and Philippine troops have reportedly been training for a potential island invasion scenario, which is a real possibility as tensions rise in the disputed South China Sea
The Philippines is terrified the US will drag it into a ‘shooting war’ with China in the South China Sea
Fearing the United States could drag it into a shooting war with China in the South China Sea, the Philippines is questioning its alliance with the U.S. and pushing for a review of its decades-old defense treaty with Washington
Overboard Marine Still Missing As Corps Ends Search And Rescue Efforts
Five days of intensive search efforts for a Marine who fell overboard in the Sulu Sea have ended without locating...
Green Beret Dies After Being Wounded By IED In Afghanistan
Army Special Forces is mourning the loss of Sgt. 1st Class Reymund R. Transfiguracion, 36, who died on Sunday after...
‘Round-The-Clock Search And Rescue Operations’ Underway For Overboard Marine
Search and rescue efforts are ongoing for a Marine who fell overboard near the Philippines while embarked on the amphibious...
2 Arrested In Murder Of Marine In The Philippines After 5 Years In Hiding
Two men in hiding have been arrested for the death of a U.S. Marine killed in the Philippines more than...
ISIS Is Gearing Up For A Comeback In The Philippines
The battle in Marawi City may have ended, but the war is not over. This became evident on Dec. 15...
Vets Are Split On Whether Trump Should Return Church Bells Seized In Philippine–American War
More than 100 years ago, in a far-off land in a forgotten war, nearly 50 American troops died after a...
ISIS Just Suffered A Major Defeat In The Philippines
With more than 1,000 dead and after nearly five months of fighting, Marawi City is free from the stranglehold of...
The US May Be Rushing Into A Messy New Campaign Against ISIS In The Philippines, Report Says
The Department of Defense is currently considering targeted airstrikes against ISIS militants in the Philippines as part of a named...
US Special Operations Forces Have Opened A New Front In The Campaign Against ISIS: The Philippines
U.S. special operations forces are assisting the Philippine army in its effort to expel ISIS-affiliated militants from the city of Marawi,...
This Man Served In WWII. Now He Knits Hats For Other Vets
During World War II, Bob Bolton was an Army medic serving in Okinawa and the Philippines, where he patched up...