The assassination of the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader was not a prank, Malaysian state prosecutors said Thursday, insisting it was a "carefully planned and executed" murder using a UN-banned poison.
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As populists in the United States and Europe embrace increasingly hardline immigration policies, Australia is touting its own uncompromising stance, a controversial yet effective campaign that has largely stopped boatpeople reaching its…
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The Philippines’ dramatic pullout from the International Criminal Court is not yet final until the Senate ratifies the document. Teddy Locsin Jr., the country’s permanent representative in the United Nations, issued the reminder months…
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The United States withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday, condemning the "hypocrisy" of its members and its alleged "unrelenting bias" against Israel.
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France, Britain and the United States on Thursday put a hold on a request from the Central African Republic for UN Security Council approval of Chinese weapons deliveries for its national forces.
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Acting Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said the country should demand damages from China for preventing Filipino fishermen from fishing in the West Philippine Sea.
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After a sanctions-driven hiatus, dozens of North Korean women are again cutting cloth, pedalling sewing machines and manning production lines at a garment factory in a Chinese city buoyed by hopes of peace across the border.
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Malacanang has been asked by the Supreme Court (SC) to respond to the appeals of several senators to stop the country's withdrawal from the Rome Statute, the treaty which created the International Criminal Court (ICC).
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President Rodrigo Duterte has told a United Nations (UN) human rights expert to "go to hell" for linking him to the ouster of former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
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Malacanang must immediately convene the National Security Council (NSC) to come up with "decisive courses of action" on the reported China’s militarization of the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
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Senator Risa Hontiveros on Sunday urged the Duterte administration to bring to the United Nations General Assembly the reported landing of Chinese bomber planes in an island in the South China Sea.
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Senator Grace Poe has wants a law mandating employers in private and public sectors to provide "free of charge" and clean drinking water to their employees.
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Malacañang said Friday President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to visit Pag-asa Island in the West Philippine Sea within his term.
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The Senate on Wednesday approved on second reading the bill that seeks to replace the 20-year-old law on the government’s response to address the rising cases of HIV-AIDS in the country.
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The trip of President Rodrigo R. Duterte to the Philippine Rise (formerly Benham Rise) to send off Filipino scientists who will conduct maritime research is both "symbolic" and "assertive", his spokesperson said Tuesday.
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The American political scientist who branded President Rodrigo Duterte a "strongman" for TIME Magazine stands by his story despite criticism from the Chief Executive.
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Philippine representative to the United Nations Teddy Locsin is appealing to the Kuwait government to remove the persona non grata label off Renato Villa after President Rodrigo Duterte successfully ironed out its differences with he Arab…
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos installed a truth commission on Tuesday to shed light on crimes committed during the country's lengthy civil war, as agreed upon in a peace deal with the FARC guerrillas.
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Teddy Locsin Jr., the country's permanent representative to the United Nations, is furious over fake news claiming he warned of imminent United Nations sanctions on the Philippines over the controversial rescue of distressed Filipinos in…
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Two Chilean municipalities have announced they will begin issuing fines of up to hundreds of dollars to anyone guilty of street harassment of women.
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Former Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Lauro Baja Jr. has been sentenced at least 16 years imprisonment for having pocketed over $17,000 in insurance money for the damage at his official residence in New York.
Saan ang tapang ni Duterte? Trillanes doubts ‘Mr. Jet Ski’ will protest China warplanes in Mischief…
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Opposition Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday expressed doubts if the Duterte administration will indeed pursue its pronounced plans of taking diplomatic action on the reported sighting of Chinese warplanes on Panganiban Reef.