Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has assured that the country’s trade relations with the European Union (EU) would not be affected even as President Rodrigo Duterte resolved to reject new grants from the regional bloc, which has criticized the administration’s vicious campaign against illegal drugs.Read more
TYPHOON “Paolo” continues to maintain its speed and is forecast to become a super typhoon in “48 hours”, although it will not make landfall in the Philippines, international and local weather agencies said on Thursday. The United States’ Joint Typhoon Warning Center said Paolo (international name: Lan) would reach super typhoon status in the next 48 hours […]
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WASHINGTON, D.C.: A second judge ordered a freeze on President Donald Trump’s newest travel ban order on Wednesday, saying it was essentially targeted at Muslims in violation of the US Constitution. Maryland federal judge Theodore Chuang said the ban affecting travelers from six majority-Muslim countries and North Korea, as well as many officials from Venezuela, […]Read more
An armed man who refused to stop in a police checkpoint was killed after putting up a firefight with the policemen in General Trias City in Cavite province on early Thursday.
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TAMPA, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, woefully deficient away from home this season, already were facing a stiff challenge heading into Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. Now they might be forced to play without quarterback Jameis Winston.Read more