Sri Lanka clamped curfews at a city outside the capital Sunday to contain religious tensions as the authorities prepared to reopen schools after Easter bombings that killed 257 people.
President Rodrigo Duterte is getting really personal in his attacks against what he called as “pera-pera lang” investigative journalists who questioned his and his family’s undeclared wealth.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has expressed commitment to protect journalists against attacks, said Undersecretary Markk Perete.
President Rodrigo Duterte has no plans of stopping his attacks against priests even if they have blamed his outbursts for the threats they receive.
A landmark reconciliation meeting between survivors of terror attacks and the perpetrators will be held in Indonesia this month, Jakarta said Monday.
Senate President Koko Pimentel must not allow House Speaker Bebot Alvarez to embarrass the upper chamber and eventually "weaken" it.
Internationally acclaimed Filipino performer Lea Salonga has reminded Senator Sherwin Gatchalian he’s prone to attacks by bashers as a politiko following his public meltdown on Twitter.
Senator JV Ejercito condoled his Senate seatmate Senator Win Gatchalian over his expletive-laden tweets directed at netizens, saying politikos like them are human too.
The toughest security presence in years will safeguard New Year's Eve festivities in New York's Times Square, where around two million people are expected to congregate in the area, police said Thursday.