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  • Country
  • When the explorer Ferdinand Magellan set foot on the soil through the island of Homonhon in 1521, the Philippines was predominantly animist, with some Muslim and Hindu inhabitants mainly in the southern part of the country. (wikitravel.org)
  • Nickelodeon Philippines (usually abbreviated as "Nick" but more commonly stated as "Nickelodeon" in commercials) is a satellite and cable TV channel that launched a dedicated channel to the country in April 1, 2011. (wikipedia.org)
  • people
  • From late July into the first week of August, heavy rain brought on by Typhoons Saola and Haikui caused widespread flooding in many parts of the Philippines , which affected 2.4 million people. (wikipedia.org)
  • offer
  • Public and private media in the Philippines offer a wide range of views and provide coverage of controversial topics, including counterinsurgency campaigns and high-level corruption cases. (freedomhouse.org)
  • Date
  • To date, Informatics Philippines have affiliations of 20 universities across United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand such as University of Wales, Northumbria University, Oxford Brookes University, University of West London, University of Southern Queensland, and University of Portsmouth. (wikipedia.org)
  • island
  • Their geographical location make the Philippines particularly prone to natural disasters: the island state is regularly plagued by typhoons and tropical storms. (johanniter.de)
  • start
  • Baseball Philippines is a start-up baseball circuit established in 2007 by a joint venture between Community Sports Incorporated and Pureplay Sports Management Incorporated in partnership with the Philippine Amateur Baseball Association and sanctioned by the Philippine Sports Commission. (wikipedia.org)
  • places
  • Nevertheless, the Philippines remains one of the most dangerous places in the world to practice journalism, and violent attacks against media workers usually go unpunished. (freedomhouse.org)
  • countries
  • However, media freedom is compromised by the threat of legal action, including under criminal defamation laws, and the Philippines remains one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists. (freedomhouse.org)
  • coverage
  • SportsCenter Philippines expands its coverage through its bulletin version SportsCenter Right Now (launched on November 24), airing on ESPN 5 programs, and a segment in TV5's flagship newscast Aksyon Prime as SportsCenter sa Aksyon. (wikipedia.org)
  • dangerous
  • Public transport is inexpensive and plentiful, including the elevated light rail system (LRT) and the Metrostar that has helped to alleviate some of the congestion, but public transport can also be dangerous in the Philippines and travellers should be wary. (klm.com)