For weeks, the public wondered how the P50-million cauldron for the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will be lit considering that it’s located 90 kilometers from the Philippine Arena, the location of the opening ceremonies.
Prosecutor General Benedicto Malcontento has asked the Philippine National Police (PNP) to allow government prosecutors to secure licenses and permits to carry firearms in provinces.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the government will soon have a uniform crime index.
The Supreme Court (SC) has warned officials and personnel of the judiciary against being absent and late from work.
The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) is set to hold this Monday (Dec. 2) its last set of interviews of candidates vying for eight seats at the Court of Appeals (CA).
Vice President Leni Robredo hopes Filipinos, particularly politikos, will take a page from Andres Bonifacio’s book and have the courage to put the country’s interest first.
President Rodrigo Duterte urged Filipinos Saturday (November 30) to imitate Andres Bonifacio’s love for the country as his 156th birth anniversary is commemorated.
Taguig Rep. Lani Cayetano may have an angelic face, but she’s just as cunning as her husband, House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano.
The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) has taken up the cudgels for photographers amid the ban imposed by the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) on them regarding the coverage of the 2019 SEA Games’ opening ceremony.
President Rodrigo Duterte is annoyed by people asking him who will he endorse as his successor in the 2022 presidential elections.
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An expensive holiday tree installed in the centre of an industrial Siberian city has been ridiculed online and on national media as a symbol of corruption, though authorities defended the high-tech purchase.
Lesotho’s parliament descended into chaos with MPs trading blows over its failure to repeal a law that gave a Chinese firm the monopoly to buy the country’s wool and mohair.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out on Friday at counterpart Emmanuel Macron over his criticisms of NATO, saying it was the French president who was suffering “brain death”.
Singapore authorities Friday ordered Facebook to correct an article on a fringe news site containing “scurrilous accusations” of election rigging, ramping up their use of a controversial law against misinformation.
Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador warned Friday he would not allow the US to conduct cross-border armed operations, after Donald Trump vowed to designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups.
A military court in Suriname sentenced President Desi Bouterse to 20 years in prison Friday over the executions of political opponents when he was the South American country’s dictator in the 1980s.
Bolivia’s interim government will file a case in The Hague against former president Evo Morales for “crimes against humanity,” the interior minister announced Friday.
It’s a peculiar scene: in the middle of a busy Mexico City intersection, police officers earnestly blow their whistles, instructing oncoming traffic to stop — as indifferent drivers speed past them by the dozens.
Despite boasting about a world class show, the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) led by House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano has banned photographers from covering the SEA Games opening ceremonies Saturday (November 30).
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked Congress to ratify the proposed P4.1-trillion national budget for 2020 by December so he can sign it into law before the year ends.
President Rodrigo Duterte has given Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) a window of only three days to settle their tax liabilities.
A blogger allied with the administration has denied taking over the public relations job for the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) following the controversies it faced over the hosting of the 2019 SEA Games.