Rappler's latest stories on destruction
Fortunately, the DILG and the DA-BFAR have released a Joint Memorandum Circular banning this destructive fishing practice
As nations such as the US, China, Israel, South Korea, Russia, and the UK develop automated weapons systems, tech leaders band together to pledge not to help in the development and use of these 'slaughterbots'
US president George W. Bush personally authorized the immediate transfer of the dictator's body on an American military helicopter from Baghdad to the northern city of Tikrit, near Al-Awjah
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An Amnesty International report says the civilian population in Marawi City suffered immensely from abuses of both members of the Maute Group and government forces
Part 2: Experience firsthand the living conditions of the evacuees. Listen to their pain and their worries. Witness the cost of the war through the first-ever, virtual-reality war documentary on the city and surrounding towns.
(UPDATED) Part 1: Experience firsthand what has been left by the battles in Marawi, and the challenges faced by the Philippine military through the region's first-ever, virtual-reality war documentary
Lt Colonel Mon Almodovar, commander of the 3rd Scout Ranger Battalion, walks Rappler through a former Maute stronghold turned Tactical Command Post of the military, and discusses the various tactics deployed by both sides
The head of the UN s cultural agency says This new destruction deepens the wounds of a society already affected by an unprecedented humanitarian tragedy
UPDATED Pyongyang is believed to have up to 5 000 tons of chemical weapons including the VX nerve agent allegedly used to kill Kim Jong Nam
The 6 5 magnitude quake kills at least 97 and injures hundreds more
The national road in Ilocos Sur leading further north to Vigan City and Ilocos Norte is flooded Fallen trees and other debris also line the road
To build a road to the property of Baguio City Representative Nicasio Aliping Jr nearly 300 pine trees were uprooted and hundreds of saplings were damaged in Mount Sto Tomas a forest reserve and watershed in Benguet
The images also show a large explosion apparently as the temple was blown up and then a pile of rubble at its former location
A 1950 investigation of a hazing death suggests that rumbles became part of the fraternity routine after World War II There was general consensus within UP that the violence of the Japanese Occupation and the American Liberation Destruction of Manila took its toll on UP students
The facility is built inside the headquarters of the Philippine Coast Guard
This is part of the preparation of all countries and shipping nations in light of the challenges being brought by terrorism says the PCG spokesperson
The Talaingod Manobos renew call to defend their ancestral land from the entry of destructive corporate projects and to end the military operations in their area
Is it possible to do volunteer work for survivors of Typhoon Yolanda Haiyan with nothing but passion and energy?
Photos posted on Facebook by the AFP Central Command show flattened homes and scattered debris
Syria handed over a detailed plan to destroy its chemical stockpile on time
Relics from the damaged Our Lady of Light church were recovered and cleaned just as local priests heard mass on the street beside the Church s compound
Any effort to resist the tide of technological progress will only prove to be an exercise in futility
Spec Ops teaches us that there is a steep price to pay for using weapons of mass destruction
Rock music’s ‘Cat in the Hat’ will be playing in Manila two Saturdays from now Here’s a warm up
As part of the regime of arms control international law prohibits unnecessary suffering
Duterte gives NPA unit an unspecified amount of money to assist typhoon victims and blames greediness of imperialist countries and big corporations for environmental destruction
The Big Apple was reduced to a standstill by one of the biggest storms in its history