Philippines News sites have proliferated since the lifting of martial law in 1986. Some say the journalist, radio and TV station have gone wild with charges and counter charges. I don't think so as of 2013. If you start reading Philippines News, you can judge for yourself.
The Filipino Global Community.The Star is owned and operated by ex-Inquirer luminaries, they own the credentials of being Marcos oppositionists. Max V. Soliven is a must read.
The Inquirer http://www.inq7.net Michael Tan is a Philippine Cultural anthropologist.Ambit Ocampo explores the culture through history.
ABS-CBN News http://www.abs-cbnnews.com
Business World Newspaper
People's Journal/Taliba/People's Tonight
(This is an inexpensive tabloid, very popular with a wide circulation, the Newspaper of the common tao, person, Filipino, good to read if you want to know what the people are reading, right or wrong.)
The basket ball newspaper of the Philippines
Philippine Headline News
Daily news highlights and insights of events in the Philippines, reported and edited in Manila by veteran journalist Sol Jose Vanzi.
Philippines Breaking News - EIN News
Features beauty buzz, celebrity news, fiction, and chat room.
Filipino news, including business, sports, and entertainment.
Online edition of the Philippine Star, a daily English language newspaper based in Manila. Features business, entertainment, sports and other news.
Broadcast television network serving the Philippines and Filipinos worldwide.
Kapuso Mo Anumang Kulay ng Buhay - iGMA.tv . Site contains show schedules, show and celebrity features, news links, and forums.
Links to Filipino media and special sections with topically aggregated stories.
Business news from the Philippines.
U.S. based paper about Filipinos in the Philippines and North America.
Cebu daily with local, business, and sports news.
Visayan Daily Star
Daily newspaper distributing throughout Negros Island and Panay.
Offering news, web directory and search, Pinoy communities, and live broadcasts.
Magazine offering news and issues both in the Philippines and the Filipino community in the United States.
The Negros Chronicle is a community newspaper for the province of Negros Oriental in the central Philippines.
Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility
Promotes free press and journalistic excellence.
is a comprehensive online directory that gives you a list of all the different things that Cebu can offer. From tourist destination, famous ...
Sun Star Cebu
Online Cebu edition of the network community paper Sun Star Daily.
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Regional e-zine featuring news, culture, travel, food, and Vox forum.
Offers local news and business directory with city history.
Philippine Headline News Online
Daily news highlights and insights of events in the Philippines, reported and edited in Manila.
Sun Star Cagayan de Oro Online
Sun.Star website provides news and information from communities, including Cagayan de Oro in Northern Mindanao. It is your link to home in ...
Website of Philippine Daily Inquirer updated daily to provide the latest news, commentaries, sports, business, lifestyle and entertainment.
Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ)
Independent and a not for profit media agency that specializes in investigative reporting. Details and facts including news and resources available.
English language daily covering Manila and the Philippines.
AsianJournal.com delivers the latest news and information for the Global Filipino Community. Updated every 12 hours providing the latest US National and ...
The Filipino Express Online
Packed with news and feature articles. Also has a shortlist of notable Philippine-related sites. Updated weekly.
Malaya Business Insight
Malaya - Business Insight News Online gives you up-to-date news in the business world and current happenings around the globe.
Philippine news compilation from the country's oldest and leading dailies.
Philippines charges 5 with mail-order bride scheme
Published: June 27, 2013 at 4:03 PM
MANILA, June 27 (UPI) -- Two South Koreans and three Filipinos have been charged with running a mail-order bride scheme, police in the Philippines said Thursday.
Investigators said they also found a group of young women, including one who was only 16, and rescued them, The Philippine Star reported.
The two South Koreans were both living in Charbell, a village in the district of Dasmarinas in Cavite province on Luzon Island, Police Chief Superintendent Francisco Uyami said. They were identified as Kim Yoon Seok, who has retired from the South Korean military, and Soo Chae Kim, an engineer.
Their alleged accomplices included Imelda Fabella, Kim Yoon Seok's partner, and two men, Sherwin Belar and Edgardo Salazar. They allegedly invited men to come from South Korea to choose among the women they were holding.
Reginald Villasanta, head of the Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Commission, said the agency got a tip about the operation, GMA News reported.
Investigators found 29 women being held by the group, Villasanta said. He said the women "were duped into promises of an instant wealthy life through marriage with Korean gentlemen although in most cases, they ended up in the losing end after becoming victims of grave abuses.