The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague said a UN panel had ruled Thursday (Oct. 29) that it has jurisdiction over the case filed by the Philippine government against China in the South China Sea, dealing Manila a victory in the first-round issue of admissibility.
“If the US encroaches on China’s core interests, the Chinese military will stand up and use force to stop it,” China warned through its newspaper publication.
The Philippines has begun preparations for the first-ever visit of a reigning Emperor of Japan that is likely to be conducted early next year, Malacañang announced on Tuesday, October 13.
Physician-assisted suicide will become legal in California under a bill signed into law on Monday, October 5 by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, despite intense opposition from some religious and disability rights groups.
While checking our mailbox, we came upon an imposing letter, in the light of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘FINAL’ answer of ‘NO’ on running for President of the Philippines. This was not a pleasant letter to read, but we believe it merits publishing.
Japanese hardliner illustrator treads the fine line between paranoia and plausibility, gets flak for it
As a result of the illustration, the artist has been widely condemned for making presumptions, using an image of a little girl, that the Syrian refugees are up to no good, when there are real victims.
Matthew VanDyke has sworn to destroy ISIS, after they beheaded his friends. The result is a mercenary organization striving to wipe out terrorists and repressive regimies anywhere in the world.
Five suspected car thieves, all unidentified, were killed in a shootout with anti-carnapping police in Payatas, Quezon City Friday morning. As per report by Inquirer, …
The city police’s competence is proven by how Davao City Police reacted instantly to the killing of a fellow cop, SPO1 Vevencio ‘Long’ Vertudazo, catching and because the criminals were armed, neutralizing them on the spot.
The Abu Sayyaf is the first militant organization to be officially outlawed in the Southeast Asian country under a rarely used anti-terrorism law. The brutal group, which has targeted Americans and other foreigners, has already been listed as a terrorist group by Washington.