In his native village of Al-Awjah, the mausoleum of Iraq's executed dictator Saddam Hussein has been reduced to broken concrete and tangled barbed wire, showing no trace of his remains.
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Amnesty International on Tuesday called on authorities in Mali to investigate extrajudicial killings following the discovery last week of a mass grave containing six bodies.
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Senate President Koko Pimentel has sought a law regulating the ownership and use of drones by private persons to ensure public safety.
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President Rodrigo Duterte urges Moros to join police, military
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Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Friday issued a stern warning to the police and military who would snub a United Nations-sanctioned investigation on the alleged killings taking place under the government’s war on drugs.
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Thailand's junta chief said Tuesday that long-promised elections would now take place no later than February 2019, three months later than the deadline he previously set.
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Months after being routed from the southern Philippine city of Marawi, jihadists are waging a fresh and deadly bid to set up a Southeast Asian caliphate in the same region, the military warned Friday.
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China didn't build bases in the South China Sea to attack the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday (February 19).
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Most Cabinet officials are connected to President Rodrigo Duterte in some way: they were either his classmates or had worked in Davao City when he was mayor.
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China Friday ordered the country's microblog operators to establish mechanisms to remove false information, in the latest move by authorities to tighten policing of the web.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has poked fun at Muslim extremists who dream of becoming martyrs, saying he'd rather have the virgins they wish for on earth.
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US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he was prepared to back a deal that would provide a pathway to citizenship to America's so-called "Dreamer" immigrants over a period of 10 to 12 years.
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Senator Ralph Recto on Wednesday said the government must ensure that “the fruit” of the reported P2-billion loot of the Islamic State-inspired Maute extremist group will not harm a single Filipino.
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Heartless and insensitive.
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Several Democratic US congresswomen will wear black to President Donald Trump's upcoming State of the Union Address in solidarity with the "MeToo" movement opposing sexual harassment, a female lawmaker said Wednesday.
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House committee on appropriations chairman Karlo Nograles believes President Rodrigo Duterte is too magnanimous a person to comment on a Social Weather Stations poll showing he is seen as a better President than his predecessor Benigno…
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Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday.
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There is no basis to extend martial law in Mindanao, opposition solons told the Supreme Court (SC), as President Rodrigo Duterte, the military and the police are merely ghost hunting.
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Twitter said it began enforcing new rules Monday aimed at filtering out "hateful" and "abusive" content on the social network including messages which promote or glorify violence.
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President Donald Trump's administration has asked a federal court to block the Pentagon from starting the hiring of transgender recruits next year.
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Regional powerhouse Saudi Arabia snubbed its former ally Qatar at an annual summit of Gulf monarchies Tuesday as Kuwait vowed to continue mediation efforts in a bitter dispute with Doha.