A memorial service has been held in honour of the 14 people killed in a blast in the Philippine city of Davao, amid demands for justice.Read the full story ›
At least 12 people have been killed and dozens more injured in an explosion in the Philippines.
A military spokesman said the explosion happened at the night market in the president's home city of Davao, outside a high-end hotel.
President Rodrigo Duterte was in the city at the time but was safe and at a police station following the blast, his son Paolo Duterte - Davao's vice-mayor - said.
Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella told CNN Philippines that the cause of the explosion was unknown.
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At least two people have died and more than 16,000 have been displaced after Typhoon Koppu smashed into the northeastern Philippines, destroying homes and crops.
The powerful typhoon Koppu smashed into the northeastern Philippines before dawn destroying homes and displacing 10,000 people and whipping up coastal surges four metres high, disaster agency officials said.
Koppu dumped heavy rain, causing flooding and damaging roads and bridges, and toppled power and communication lines.