In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, people in the Philippines attended mass on Sunday morning. The president faces criticism for the slow pace of aid deliveries to the survivors.
The Israeli defense minister said a crippling strike against the Gaza-ruling Islamist group is the only way to reduce violence. With a growing army presence near the Israeli-Gaza border, that option is becoming likely.
After clean-up Boracay, a popular island in the central Philippines that was once dubbed a "cesspool", is to have a soft opening on Monday, with locals getting the first glimpse of the rehabilitated holiday hotspot.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte wants him behind bars, but Senator Antonio Trillanes is resisting arrest by taking refuge in his Senate office. In a DW interview, the senator accuses Duterte of being a dictator.
President Rodrigo Duterte's murderous war on drugs has cost thousands of lives. After the killings of two local mayors, a ruthless police chief has made his name as a willing enforcer, Florian Neuhof reports.
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