It took several months of reporting, back-and-forth editing, a police force tightening its guard on crucial documents and a strict adherence to good journalism for veteran journalist Manny Mogato to receive a call from his editor abroad at…
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The United States believes the nerve agent sarin was used in addition to chlorine in an alleged Syrian atrocity that provoked Western military strikes, a senior official said Saturday.
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The US and its allies fired more than 100 cruise missiles at Syria, a significant number of which were intercepted by Syrian air defences, the Russian defence ministry said Saturday.
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Russia on Friday accused the West of having the sole aim in Syria of overthrowing the government as it urged US, French and British leaders to refrain from military action.
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US President Donald Trump on Sunday said he sees an end to the escalating trade dispute with China, after tit-for-tat retaliatory tariffs and threats that rattled markets.
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Sixty Russian diplomats expelled by the United States in response to an apparent attempt to assassinate a former double agent in Britain with a nerve agent were set to return home on Saturday, Moscow's envoy said.
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The United States and its European allies on Monday expelledscores of Russian diplomats in a coordinated action against Moscow which they accuse of poisoning an ex-spy in Britain.
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Three years into their war on Yemen's rebels, Saudi Arabia and its military allies -- armed by the US and Britain -- could stand guilty of war crimes, Amnesty International said Friday.
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The Kremlin on Wednesday said ties with the US could not get any worse under next Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, after the sacking of Rex Tillerson.
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Senate Majority Leader Tito Sotto bared alleged irregularities in the 2016 elections, saying there were early transmissions of votes and that there was remote foreign access of the election servers of the Commission on Elections (Comelec).…
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Facebook has removed the page of a Myanmar monk once dubbed the "Buddhist Bin Laden" for his incendiary posts about Muslims, the company confirmed, as it faces pressure to clamp down on hate speech.
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Malacañang on Wednesday rejected the US intelligence report which tagged President Rodrigo R. Duterte as a threat to democracy, stressing that the President adheres to the rule of law.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the military to refrain from buying military equipment from the United States and Canada amid the uproar over the Philippines' $233-million deal with Canada.
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President Donald Trump wants the world to know he's not the only one impressed by his maiden State of the Union speech performance, boasting Thursday of the "highest" television audience numbers in history.
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President Donald Trump declared Tuesday in his State of the Union address to Congress that what he calls America's "open borders" had allowed drug gangs to pour into US communities.
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Philippine officials on Wednesday welcomed comments by a US official noting what he described as its improving human rights record in the drugs war, but they denied Manila abetted the extrajudicial killing of suspects.
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Honorary consuls are not authorized to process applications for passports, Filipinos in the United States were reminded over the weekend.
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The Trump administration on Thursday announced a proposal to allow oil drilling in virtually all US coastal waters, drawing immediate criticism from environmentalists and some Republicans.
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North Korea blamed US "nuclear blackmail" for soaring tensions over its weapons programme following rare meetings with a senior UN official, but agreed to regular communication with the organisation, state media said Saturday.
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Donald Trump was all fingers and thumbs during a carefully choreographed photo op Monday at a summit of world leaders, failing to grasp whose hands he was supposed to be holding and breaking a lineup intended to showcase unity.