Replacing Chile’s dictatorship-era constitution was a pressing demand from the streets during months of social protests in Chile in 2019.
As the police killing an unarmed black man sparked widespread outrage across United States, President Rodrigo Duterte takes pride that the Philippines is a nation of law-abiding citizens.
The Joint Task Force Corona Virus Shield (JTF CV Shield) urged both civilians and police officers to show respect for each other to avoid confrontations amid the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Metro Manila and other areas.
COVID-19 will stalk the planet for a long time to come, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, warning that most countries were still in the early stages of tackling the pandemic.
President Rodrigo Duterte commended the private sector and citizens in their efforts to help the government combat the coronavirus.
Australia’s government told its citizens Wednesday not to travel abroad and warned those already overseas to rush home as it took unprecedented steps to choke off the spread of the coronavirus epidemic Down Under.
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Archie Gamboa on Wednesday bared that he has a list of illegal gambling operators in all the regions of the country.
Marmol business in Romblon weakens, still the livelihood of citizens says Romblon Mayor Gerard Montojo.
The Philippines will dispatch cargo planes and a ship to help evacuate Filipino migrant workers from Iraq after ordering its citizens to leave following an Iranian missile strike targeting US troops, officials said Wednesday.
Governments around the world are increasingly using social media to manipulate elections and monitor their citizens, in a worrisome trend for democracy, a human rights watchdog said Tuesday.
Protests have flared around the world, with citizens rallying for the last few weeks demanding change in their countries.
Hong Kong’s embattled leader took to Facebook Live late Thursday in a bid to reach out to citizens after months of political unrest — and the emoji count was far from kind.
President Rodrigo Duterte will name a Cabinet Secretary to oversee the operations of 8888 citizens’ complaint hotline, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea said.
Baguette in hand, beret tilted jauntily, the Parisian looks down at the rowdy, pasta-scoffing Roman
Malacanang on Thursday said it respects the move of the Australian and United Kingdom government to issue travel advisories warning their citizens not to travel Mindanao due to terrorism.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday told critics of fuel tax hikes “you’re right” after 1.15 million people signed a petition following violent “yellow vest” protests.
George H.W. Bush — the upper-crust war hero-turned-oilman and diplomat who steered America through the end of the Cold War as president and led a political dynasty that saw his son win the White House — died Friday. He was 94.
As Macedonian citizens prepare to vote on Sunday on whether to rename their country “The Republic of North Macedonia”, here is a look at other countries that have changed their names.
The Portuguese parliament on Thursday approved a law that will allow citizens to change their gender and name from the age of 16 without a medical report showing “identity disruption”.
President Rodrigo Duterte has warned criminals not to roam the streets freely because it might be their last walk.
China needs around 100,000 Filipino English teachers because it wants its citizens to learn the language of the superpower it’s about to conquer.
The Philippines on Wednesday lifted its ban on migrant workers heading to jobs in Kuwait, capping a diplomatic row sparked when a murdered Filipina maid was found in her employer’s freezer.
Detained Senator Leila de Lima has urged municipal mayors belonging to Liberal Party (LP) to resist any temptation or tendencies to allow a repeat of the Marcos-era authoritarianism.
Senator Joel Villanueva vowed on Wednesday to come up with a “genuine” anti-discrimination law which will protect not just the civil rights and legal privileges of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders (LGBT) but also the people’s rights to exercise their religious freedom.