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MANILA, Philippines – Two former staff members of Sen.
MANILA, Philippines – The public should brace for the “brr” in the “ber” months that are expected to be colder and wet due to the developing La Niña phenomen
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The Presidential Security Group (PSG) has beefed up security for the members of the family of President Duterte amid his relentless
MANILA, Philippines – Pregnant women are advised to avoid traveling “at the moment” to Singapore and other countries where cases of Zika virus are on the ris
MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines improved nine notches to end at 74th among 128 countries in this year’s Global Innovation Index (GII) report.
MANILA, Philippines – There is no need to declare a state of emergency in Sulu to contain the Abu Sayyaf, President Duterte said yesterday.
MANILA, Philippines – As the casualties in the government’s war on drugs continue to pile up, the Philippines faces a “human rights calamity,” according to H
MAGUINDANAO, Philippines – Burn their houses. Or throw grenades at them.
Duterte: I like Putin
MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) is implementing changes in the schedule of some domestic flights beginning today as the carrier prepares to o
China, ASEAN eye Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea —sources
Amid mounting worries over territorial conflicts in the South China Sea, Chinese and Southeast Asian leaders plan to establish an emergency diplomatic hotline and adopt a joint statement on a Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES) to prevent ...
China will be the loser–Yasay
Kerry calls on China, Philippines to abide by tribunal ruling on South China Sea
China, Phillipines should abide by tribunal verdict on Southg China Sea: John Kerry
Did the electorate allow Marcos burial at Libingan, SC justice asks
Supreme Court Associate Justice Jose Perez on Wednesday raised the possibility that the millions of people who voted Rodrigo Duterte into power last May had given their blessing to the latter's campaign promise to bury former President Ferdinand Marcos ...
Carpio: Can public funds be used ...
MARCOS BURIAL DEBATE | SC starts oral arguments on Libingan ng mga Bayani rites
SC hears oral arguments today on Marcos burial at Libingan
Japan typhoon kills 9 in elderly ...
This picture provided by Tokachi Mainichi Newspaper via Jiji Press on August 31, 2016 shows a house swept down a river at the town of Shimizu in Hokkaido prefecture, after Typhoon Lionrock struck overnight. Tokachi Mainichi / Jiji Press / AFP. TOKYO ...
At least 11 dead as Typhoon Lionrock floods northern Japan
11 dead, 3 missing in northern Japan following powerful typhoon
At least 11 dead as typhoon pounds Japan
Duterte: No need to declare state of emergency in Sulu
President Rodrigo Duterte is not going to declare a state of emergency in Jolo, Sulu even as government troops have intensified operations against the Abu Sayyaf Group in the area. "Hindi. It's just a punitive police action by the security forces of ...
Duterte won't declare state of emergency after deadly Sulu clash
Philippine Leader Rejects Emergency Power vs Extremists
15 soldiers killed in clash with Abus
Chris Brown's Legal Problems: A Timeline of Trouble
Chris Brown's arrest Tuesday (Aug. 30) by the Los Angeles Police Department on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon is the latest entry in a long list of legal problems that have plagued the 27-year-old singer since his 2009 arrest for assaulting ...
Singer Chris Brown arrested on weapons charge
Surreal standoff ends with Chris Brown under arrest, but the R&B singer says he's the victim
Singer Chris Brown arrested after standoff at LA home
Singapore urged all pregnant women showing symptoms of fever or rashes to have themselves tested for the Zika virus Wednesday after the number of cases in the city-state soared to 82.
A strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 struck off the town of Rabaul in Papua New Guinea on Wednesday, the US Geological Survey said.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said he is praying that something can be done for detained overseas Filipino worker Mary Jane Veloso.
Brazil senators inch toward Rousseff impeachment vote
Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff listens to questions during her impeachment trial, at the National Congress in Brasilia, on August 29, 2016. Evaristo Sa/AFP. BRASILIA, Brazil – Brazilian senators waged an emotional marathon debate Tuesday, ...
Dilma Rousseff impeachment: what you need to know – the Guardian briefing
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff faces final impeachment vote
SEOUL — North Korea has executed its vice premier for education, Kim Yong Jin, and has reprimanded two other high-ranking officials, South Korea said on Wednesday.
The 129 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who were repatriated from Saudi Arabia arrived in Manila on Wednesday morning.
ISIS says spokesman Adnani killed in Syria's Aleppo
(UPDATED) Quoting an ISIS 'military source,' the group's news agency Amaq said: 'Sheikh Abu Mohamed al-Adnani... was martyred while surveying operations to repel the military campaigns against Aleppo' ...
Death of senior leader al-Adnani caps bad month for ISIS
Isil founder member killed in coalition airstrike on Aleppo
Death of top Islamic State operative could be key
Obama commutes prison sentences of 111 federal inmates
WASHINGTON D.C. -- President Barack Obama cut short on Tuesday the sentences of 111 federal inmates in another round of commutations for those convicted of nonviolent drug offenses. Mr. Obama has long called for phasing out strict sentences for drug ...
Duterte 'looking forward' to ...
Obama must understand problem first before discussing human rights – Duterte
Duterte to 'lecture' Obama first before talks about UN
The US State Department said on Tuesday that authorities were assessing the validity of a video released by Afghan militants that depicts US hostage Caitlan Coleman and her Canadian husband, Joshua Boyle, who were seized four years ago.
US President Barack Obama shortened the prison sentences of 111 convicts serving time for drug-related offenses in his second round of clemency grants this month, the White House said on Tuesday.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it had added Singapore to its interim travel guidance list, following reports of Zika infections in the country.
The UN Security Council began talks on Tuesday on whether to impose sanctions on people or entities linked to two chlorine gas attacks on civilians that the United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog blamed on the Syrian government.
Some 3000 migrants were saved in the Strait of Sicily in 30 separate rescue missions on Tuesday, the Italian coastguard said, bringing the total to almost 10,000 in two days and marking a sharp acceleration in refugee arrivals in Italy.
Pastor Marks Burns, a prominent supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, apologized on Tuesday for sending out a tweet that showed a cartoon image of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in blackface.
Islamic State spokesman and head of external operations Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of the jihadist group's longest-serving and most prominent leaders, has been killed in Aleppo province in Syria, it said on Tuesday.
An American-Canadian couple held hostage by the Taliban for four years have urged their governments to pressure Kabul to change its policy on executions of captured insurgents, according to a new video which surfaced Tuesday.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi is launching a major push to end decades of fighting between rebels and the military, with many of the country's myriad armed groups gathering for a peace conference in the capital Naypyitaw.
The United States on Tuesday offered a reward of up to $3 million for information about a former Tajik special operations colonel whom it trained in counter-terrorism before he joined the Islamic State militant group.
Fire swept through a 28-storey skyscraper under construction in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday and injured 13 people, the latest in a series of blazes to hit tall buildings in the United Arab Emirates over the last 18 months.
Iraq would support a decision by OPEC to freeze oil output in order to prop up prices, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told a news conference in Baghdad on Tuesday.
JEDDAH — Twenty-four OFWs who lost their jobs in Saudi Arabia due to the slump in oil prices are finally on their way home after they received their unpaid salaries from their former employer.
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Duterte to De Lima: Resign, hang yourself
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As she faces allegations of immorality and protecting drug lords operating from the national penitentiary, President Duterte has advised Sen. Leila de Lima to resign and hang herself. Duterte yesterday told De Lima to resign, a day after Presidential ...
Every OFW should prepare financially for unforeseen emergencies.
The Philippine Embassy in Singapore has urged Filipinos there to take all precautionary measures after thet Singapore government confirmed 41 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay suspended the issuance of hajj passports to Filipino pilgrims traveling to Saudi Arabia pending the results of an internal probe into the case of the 177 Indonesians arrested for using fake Philippine passports.
Law school confirms Mexican President Peña Nieto copied texts on his thesis
The university where Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto earned his law degree in 1991 acknowledged that he copied texts and ideas without crediting their authors in his thesis. The PanAmerican University said Sunday that Peña Nieto's failure to ...
The Philippine Madrigal Singers took home the grand prize at the 64th International Choral Competition at Arezzo, Italy.
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday night that he would make a major speech on illegal immigration in Arizona on Wednesday.
A recruitment agency faces severe penalties if it is proven that the agency failed to meet its obligations to a Filipina domestic helper who died in hospital in Saudi Arabia, the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) said on Saturday.
A former political envoy and a businessman have been nominated by President Rodrigo Duterte to serve as the country's new ambassadors to the United Kingdom and Brunei, replacing career diplomats whose tours of duty haven't ended in those countries, it was learned Friday.
A manhunt operation has been launched against owners and staff of two travel agencies that allegedly victimized over 200 Filipino workers seeking jobs abroad between March and May this year.
Democrat Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is focusing an effort to win over Asian American voters on three states where it believes the small but rapidly growing group could make the difference in her race against Republican Donald Trump.
The Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday warned Filipino jobseekers that overseas job offers where they are asked to exit through Western Mindanao are usually scams perpetrated by illegal recruiters.
Dozens of Filipinos spent the night in an evacuation center following the magnitude-6.2 earthquake that shook central Italy on Wednesday, leaving at least 159 people dead and 368 others injured.
No Filipinos were injured in the 6.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Italy early Wednesday, according to Foreign Affairs spokesperson Charles Jose.