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Jairo Bolledo in Manila Karl Patrick Suyat, 19, has no personal experience of the tyrannical rule of late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos. But memories of...

By Jairo Bolledo of Rappler in Manila Former Philippines vice-presidential candidate and Laban ng Masa chairperson Walden Bello has been arrested for two counts of...

East-West Center Nobel Peace Prize laureate and press freedom champion Maria Ressa wasn’t intending to make breaking news when she planned her keynote address at...

EDITORIAL: By the Rappler team We will continue bringing you the news, holding the powerful to account for their actions and decisions, calling attention to...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Nobel Peace Prize laureate and journalist Maria Ressa says that the Philippine government has ordered her news organisation Rappler to shut...

By Loreben Tuquero in Manila On social media, Ferdinand Marcos Jr needed to have all pieces in place to stage a Malacañang comeback: he had...

By Jodesz Gavilan in Manila A birth of a child usually draws out changes from people. Parents, and even grandparents, recreate themselves in a bid...

By Mara Cepeda in Manila Philippine Vice-President Leni Robredo will not allow the massive, volunteer-led movement she inspired in the 2022 presidential elections to just...

COMMENTARY: By David Robie Sadly, the Philippines has sold its soul. Thirty six years ago a People Power revolution ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos after...

By Lian Buan in Manila With 94.23 percent of precincts already accounted for, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, the only son and namesake of the late...

Rappler's Livestream coverage of the elections. By Dwight de Leon in Manila The Philippines will decide today the successor to President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang as...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Ahead of national elections in the Philippines next month, the state has stepped up its attacks on Nobel Peave laureate Maria...

By Bea Cupin in Manila Journalist and publisher Maria Ressa has called on tech and social media giants to practise “enlightened self-interest” amid a global...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Journalists and journalism are waging a global struggle for survival and for “truth” against fake news and alternative facts, say two...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia Pacific Report A Filipina journalist who cut her teeth as a young reporter in the Marcos dictatorship years and now...

By Lian Buan in Manila The Philippine Court of Appeals (CA) has finally granted overseas travel to Rappler CEO and Nobel Laureate Maria Ressa, who...

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2021 announced in Oslo today. Video: Rappler livestream Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Rappler chief executive Maria Ressa of the Philippines and...

By Ralf Rivas in Manila More than 900 individuals and companies linked to the Philippines have figured in millions of files on offshore accounts leaked...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The #HoldTheLine (#HTL) Coalition has welcomed the dismissal of a cyber-libel charge against Rappler CEO and founder Maria Ressa in the...

By Gaby Baizas in Manila What started out as a simple image has inspired Filipino artists across the nation to "stand up" for what they...

By Lian Buan in Manila Veteran journalist and former chairman of the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) Jose Jaime "Nonoy" Espina has...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk On World Press Freedom Day 2021, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the #HoldTheLine coalition launched an innovative campaign of solidarity with...