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Babies For Sale
In the black market of the Philippines, women living below the poverty line who cannot afford to raise a child are making the difficult decision to sell their babies.
Trouble in Paradise
Philippines Environmentalists face Death threats from Land Grabbers | Trouble in Paradise
VWN visits the Philippines 'Masungi Georeserve' to find out how the trustees and park rangers protect it from land grabbers, despite great risk to their personal safety.
Politics of Sex
Why the Philippines Has the Fastest Rising HIV Rate in Asia | Politics of Sex
HIV is spreading faster in the Philippines than anywhere in the world. VICE World News speaks to individuals affected by this rising epidemic.
What in the World
Escobar’s Pooping Hippos, World’s Most Expensive Mango & Other Weird News | What in The World
"Hippos rescued from Pablo Escobar’s estate won’t stop having sex and pooping". There’s still enough weird news in the world to keep you distracted from pandemic perils.
The Big Steal
What Happened to the Billions That Former President Marcos Stole From the Philippines? | Big Steal
In this first episode of Big Steal, we learn how former President of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos became one of the richest, and most corrupt men, in Southeast Asia.
Kidnapped By ISIS-Linked Pirates In the Philippines: Terror at Sea
Indonesian fishermen are leaving their poorer villages for Malaysia for higher pay and steady work, sailing right into the jaws of Abu Sayyaf, a feared terrorist group.
VICE Votes / web
Supporters and Critics of President Rodrigo Duterte Discuss the 2019 Elections
In the lead up to the 2019 Philippine midterm election, VICE Asia gathered young supporters and critics of President Rodrigo Duterte to discuss pressing issues.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Philippines Special Forces Are on The Hunt for ISIS Militants
Isobel Yeung reports on the intensifying battle between ISIS-linked militants and Philippines armed forces in Marawi.
VICE News Shorts
ISIS-linked militants left $5M worth of meth in Philippines
This latest discovery indicates that ISIS-linked militants in the Philippines might have drug ties