For the first time, the United States called on China to remove missiles it has deployed on three fortified outposts it built in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. All such islands are owned by the Philippines as ruled by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
MANILA, Philippines – Facebook has removed a network of 95 Pages and 39 accounts in the Philippines that violated its policies on spam as well as its authenticity policies, the company announced on its blog, Monday, October 22, US time (Tuesday, October 23, Manila time).
Never before has such an event happened in Australia. Thanks to the fertile mind of incumbent Ateneo Alumni Australia President Miguel “Mike” Alvarez, the event will take place in Sydney on October 25-27, 2019. It is in fact a first in the history of the Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia which was organised by a […]
Imelda Marcos ordered arrested According to a decision by the anti-graft court, Marcos is sentenced to imprisonment of from six years to one month, up to 11 years for each count, for violating the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act when she transferred around $200 million to seven Swiss foundations during her term as Metro Manila […]
Among the first to open up about her experience is Miss Earth Guam Emma Mae Sheedy who shared her ordeal in an Instagram post.
Actress Coleen Garcia was among those who trooped to Boracay for its reopening after its six months of rehabilitation. Just like fellow actress Cristine Reyes, Garcia did not think twice to hop on a plane and jet off to check out the changes in the island that was called a “cesspool’ by Duterte.
On our last day in Barcelona on October 10, as my sister and I were walking down the stairs to the metro platform, a lady shouted and pointed at my backpack which was slightly open.
Women wanting to become police officers in Indonesia are reported to have to undergo an invasive “two-finger” virginity test and be “pretty” as a part of the recruitment process.
was a former farm worker who was fired.
At a very young age, he used to sell ice buko in the streets of Nabua in CamSur. For lack of money, he and his grandmother only ate once a day ━ a meal of rice with some cooking oil and salt to taste.
The Movement Against Tyranny-Australia (MAT) presented a timely discussion on the human rights situation in the Philippines, with a roundtable session held at Western Sydney University last month on Oct. 25.
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison who is currently based in Netherlands commented that “Duterte’s plummeting approval and trust ratings amid the soaring prices of basic commodities, arrest of opposition leaders, disgruntled elements in the military and the formation of groups opposed to the administration, would hasten the end of […]