Astrid S. Tuminez, who was raised in poverty in the Philippines and went on to earn graduate degrees at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been selected president of Utah Valley University.
Hundreds of thousands on the dole stand to lose their benefits if they have outstanding court fines or if they are running from the law.
The Bishop of Parramatta, Vincent Long Van Nguyen, has told a royal commission [that] he suffered sexual abuse by a member of the clergy after arriving in Australia as a refugee from Vietnam in 1981.
Student, 19, who’s been too busy to find love is AUCTIONING her virginity to have a ‘learning experience’ with a skilled lover. So far, she’s already had an offer of €250K from an Italian businessman.
Utretch, Netherlands ━ By the Old River Rhine, thousands of kilometres away from home, Jose Maria Sison continues to lead a revolutionary movement he began about 50 years ago when he established the Communist Party of the Philippines.
The Philippines is now within reach of China’s nuclear strike-capable bomber after the Chinese military demonstrated that it could operate from artificial islands in the West Philippine Sea aka South China Sea (SCS).
The Supreme Court (SC) ruled that a divorce obtained abroad by a Filipino against a foreign spouse is considered valid in the Philippines even if it is the Filipino spouse who sued for divorce.
A young mother has given birth to an apparently healthy baby in one of the most unconventional water births ever heard of. She delivered her child in the waters of the Red Sea in the Middle East.
President Duterte was ranked 69th among the most powerful people in the world.
Sexual encounters through social media are becoming more and more prevalent in the Philippines, particularly in Cebu and Iloilo where the highest incidence of HIV/AIDS are now being reported.
Chinese forces recently installed surface-to-air missile systems (SAMS) on three Philippine-claimed reefs in the West Philippine Sea, otherwise known as South China Sea.
There appears to be a growing animosity towards journalists in the Philippines, as demonstrated by top political leaders.