Bulgaria's energy minister tendered her resignation on Friday after the sale of the country's biggest private utility firm raised eyebrows in the EU's poorest and most graft-ridden state.
Turkey's government said on Tuesday it would consider introducing chemical castration for child abusers after several cases of sexual assault on children sparked public outcry.
"Grandpa" Dobri, a beggar hailed as a living saint in Bulgaria for donating thousands to Orthodox Christian churches, died Tuesday at the age of 103, church leaders said.
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China has started building the world's largest test site for unmanned ships -- a technology with both civilian and military applications -- off a port in the disputed South China Sea, state media said Tuesday.
The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor has announced a "preliminary examination" into Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's alleged crimes against humanity committed as part of his deadly war on drugs.
Sanofi Pasteur admitted that the botched Dengvaxia vaccine was not registered with the European Union when it exported it to the Philippines, possibly circumventing the Food and Drug Administration law.
As Prime Minister Theresa May's minority government pushes crucial Brexit legislation through parliament, British MPs cannot afford to miss a vote -- even if it means taking their babies with them.
If you are driving a Bentley or something similarly swanky in Bulgaria, remember to check your rearview mirror -- the prosecution service may well be on your tail.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has no regrets on turning down P382-million worth of aid from the European Union over its alleged meddling in national affairs.
Spain on Friday ordered Venezuela's ambassador to leave in a tit-for-tat move, escalating a row a day after its top diplomat was kicked out by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's regime.
Philippine officials did not sign the financial documents of the Trade-Related Technical Assistance (TRTA) from the European Union because of disagreements over language, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Saturday announced that the Philippines was able to retain its privileges under the European Union's (EU) Generalised Scheme of Preferences Plus (GSP+).
The European Union is allocating €570,000 (P34 million) in humanitarian funding to deliver emergency relief assistance to families affected by powerful tropical storm "Vinta" which wreaked havoc across large parts of the southern…
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The Philippines withdrew its application for second assistance from the Millennium Challenge Corp. (MCC) for policy independence.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Muslim and Arab countries across the world Friday to protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in a show of solidarity with the…
Britain's Brexit Minister David Davis came under fire on Wednesday after admitting to MPs that the government did not have a sector-by-sector "impact assessment" for leaving the European Union.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III accused Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of diverting public criticism away from his country's toxic dumping in the Philippines by making unflattering remarks on President Rodrigo Duterte's human…
President Rodrigo Duterte has advised critics of his bloody drug war to look into how narcotics destroyed the lives of its casualties instead of merely counting bodies.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, who plays host to world leaders from Sunday, has said repeatedly in recent months he has never incited his police or vigilantes to kill illegally.
Birds of the same feather, flock together.
Given the variety of information sources available to him, President Rodrigo Duterte will not be making claims without factual bases, his spokesperson said.
Detained Sen. Leila de Lima on Monday deplored the "pervasive and invasive" corruption of Filipino values--by government officials--that affects, not just the national coffers, but national identity. "These days our well-preserved values…
With the departure of Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella from his post, Sen. Leila de Lima expressed concern on further decline of the level of discourse and language from now on from President Duterte and his men.