Charity Durano is a journalist based in the Philippines.

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Philippine church marks anniversary amid typhoon recovery

Almost three years after the world's worst recorded typhoon ravaged the Philippine island of Leyte, the visible wounds are healing.

Three years after super typhoon, survivors share stories of rebuilding

In Tacloban, there are signs of recovery everywhere, like restored mall, hospital and housing, but there are also reminders, memorials and people's memories of tragedy three years ago.

Peace march, Mass mark drug war problem in Philippines

Thousands marched on Sept. 21 to protest the extrajudicial killings under President Duterte and the 1972 establishment of martial law under the Marcos regime.

Q & A with sisters fighting for justice in the Philippines

Preview: Sr. Michaela Gotangco and Sr. Crescencia Lucero spoke about coordinating a Sept. 21 event in Manila to protest extrajudicial killings.