The kidnapping and killing of two journalists and their driver has thrown up an uncomfortable truth for Colombia and Ecuador, analysts say: that their long-neglected border has become a drug traffickers' nirvana.
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More than two dozen F/A-18 Hornets roared off the deck of the USS Theodore Roosevelt in an ear-splitting display of US military might as the aircraft carrier sailed through the South China Sea.
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Who kissed the President?
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President Rodrigo Duterte may have barely passed law school, but his skill in case buildup was honed through his years as a public prosecutor.
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Several Liberal Party officials on Tuesday called on Malacanang to “avoid harassment” of journalists whom they perceive as critics of the administration, saying the media should be allowed to do its job without undue pressure.
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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque denied that government encourages the proliferation of fake news when he said that falsehoods will make people know what’s real.
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Journalists hold Black Friday protest against Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) decision vs Rappler
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An espionage campaign using malware-infected messaging apps has been stealing smartphone data from activists, soldiers, lawyers, journalists and others in more than 20 countries, researchers said in a report Thursday.
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US President Donald Trump is asking for an extra week and two days to make up his mind on who are the "most dishonest and corrupt" journalists and media firms.
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The Philippines will face various dangers this year as President Rodrigo Duterte enters the second year of his term, former Ateneo School of Government dean Tony La Viña has warned.
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The Malacañang rejected Saturday (December 30) the Person of the Year award for President Rodrigo Duterte, saying the US non-profit who cited him was wrong.
65 journalists, media workers killed globally in 2017: PH most dangerous place for reporters in Asia
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Sixty-five journalists and media workers were killed worldwide in 2017, according to annual figures published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Tuesday.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the crisis over North Korea's nuclear programme with US counterpart Donald Trump in a phone call Thursday, the Kremlin said.
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Defamation cases have rocketed since Aung San Suu Kyi's civilian government came to power in Myanmar, a report said Monday, as the rich and powerful intensify their use of draconian laws to muzzle civil society and the media.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, who threatened to throw hollow blocks at the President Rodrigo Duterte’s critics, expects to have an “exciting” relationship with the reporters covering his boss.
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The main battle zone in a southern Philippine city seized by Islamic State supporters resembles a tsunami-hit wasteland, with bullet-riddled mosques and a network of tunnels testifying to their hide-and-kill tactics.
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Washington is "not taking sides" following clashes between Iraqi forces and the country's Kurds, US President Donald Trump said Monday, as tensions escalate following the autonomous Kurdish region's independence referendum.
In the latest in a series of broadsides against the media, US President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that lawmakers investigate journalists for their work.
The Court of Appeals (CA) upheld the decision of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court (RTC) allowing a son of former Maguindanao governor Andal Ampatuan, Sr., who is one of the respondents in the Maguindanao massacre case, to be released…
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It can be deadly to ask questions about multibillion-dollar drug cartels or government corruption in Mexico, where more than 100 journalists have been killed since 2006.
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Communications Sec. Martin Andanar assured the public on Wednesday that the new administration is one with the members of the media in pursuing justice for the journalists killed in Maguindanao in 2009.