In the Philippines, a Landmark Finding Moves Fossil Fuel Companies’ Climate Liability into the Realm of Human Rights

When Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines in 2013, it made a direct hit on the hometown of Yeb Saño’s family.

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Marcos dynasty back in power: What’s next for the Philippines? | Elections

The Marcos dynasty is returning to the pinnacle of power in the Philippines. Almost exactly 50 years after Ferdinand Marcos

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Manny Pacquiao’s Philippines presidential bid dealt knockout blow

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao’s bid to become the president of the Philippines was dealt a knockout blow after his tough

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Protests erupt in Philippines as Marcos family returns to power

Hundreds of human rights activists and students demonstrated Tuesday in front of the offices of the Philippines’ elections body to

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Marcos Jr holds commanding lead in Philippines’ polls | Elections News

Ferdinand Marcos Jr held a wide lead in the tally of votes in the Philippines presidential election with more than

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Strong voter turnout in Philippines as Marcos eyes return to power

Voters in the Philippines flocked to polling stations on Monday, with the once-unthinkable prospect of a return to rule of

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Polls open in the Philippines as voters elect a new president | Elections News

Top contenders in Monday’s vote are Ferdinand Marcos Jr, the son and namesake of the Philippines’ late dictator, and the

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Philippines’ Commission on Human Rights finds world’s biggest fossil fuel companies accountable for climate damage | News | Eco-Business

The Philippines’ Commission on Human Rights (CHR) released on Friday its report on the world’s first national enquiry on climate

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Philippines faces stark election choice – dictator’s son or human rights lawyer? | Philippines

Voters in the Philippines will go to the polls for a presidential election that pits frontrunner Ferdinand Marcos Jr, the

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Philippines 2022: Authoritarian nostalgia vs hopes of reform | Elections

From: The Listening Post As Filipinos vote for a new president, what can they expect for media and free speech?

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