Rappler's latest stories on U2 in Manila
Don't U2 fans who support the drug war know that many of U2’s socio-political songs espouse empathy, mercy, and compassion?
The Philippines’ biggest court verdict this year is set to be promulgated on Thursday, when a Quezon City court is scheduled to decide on the worst case of media killings in the country’s history
We dissect the meanings behind some of the songs U2 performed in Manila
U2's frontman Bono recognizes Red Cross volunteers and journalists before launching into a cover of the David Bowie classic
For some reason, some fans are still confused by U2's political activism
The Irish rockers performed a set including their entire 'Joshua Tree' album at their first Philippine concert on December 11
(UPDATED) Images of the Rappler CEO and other Filipinas like Cory Aquino, Lea Salonga, and Lidy Nacpil are projected on screen as the band performs 'Ultra Violet'
’You don’t compromise on human rights,’ he wants to tell the President
Angel also gets a signed souvenir from the Irish rock star
No, Bono was not singing with a busker on Bonifacio High Street
'The safety of journalists is very important, and I think a democracy requires a free press,' says U2 lead singer Bono
The poet says there is 'poetic justice' in his inclusion in the band's first-ever concert in the Philippines