Nearly 47 million voters are set to go to the polls, with 11 candidates vying for president
France goes to the polls on Sunday, April 23, in an election seen as crucial for the future of a deeply divided country and the beleaguered European Union
'Nay, Ano ang Bayani? Ang Kwento ni Jesse Robredo' is a children's book that tells the story of the late Jesse Robredo
None of the 4 main candidates can afford to be neutral on the EU, whether they portray it as the source of all woes or a guarantee of peace and stability
Three of the 4 frontrunners – far-right leader Marine Le Pen, centrist Emmanuel Macron and conservative Francois Fillon – call off campaign events planned for Friday in the wake of the attack
'Marami pang kautangan sa bayan na hindi pa nababayaran, at iyong kautangan na iyon, iyon din ang ginagamit para makabalik sa kapangyarihan,' says the Vice President
For many, Jean-Luc Melenchon has emerged as the main voice on the left
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(2ND UPDATE) Deputy Speaker Miro Quimbo says this 'common consensus' was reached during a meeting of 15 LP House majority caucus members with their party chair, Vice President Leni Robredo
The commission also releases guidelines for the debates, telling candidates they are not allowed to 'blacken the image of the country... or the actions of the executive, administrative, legislative or judicial bodies'
The election was the most politically significant regional election in Indonesia’s history because it was a referendum on the future of Indonesia’s ethno-religious diversity and tolerance after unwanted intervention by a number of radical Islamist groups.
Urban poor commission chief Terry Ridon says, however, that the bloody campaign against drugs has affected many of the poor as the operations are done mostly in their communities
(3rd UPDATE) Lawyers of defeated vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos stress that Vice President Leni Robredo failed to pay the fee required by the Supreme Court for the recount of ballots
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The conferment of the doctorate degree on the Vice President comes as President Rodrigo Duterte turns down a similar offer from the University of the Philippines
Winning candidate Anies Baswedan, a former education minister, thanked Jakarta's voters for supporting him and hinted that he would move to heal the divisions in the capital after the bitter poll, if his victory was confirmed.
Marine Le Pen has spent years trying to broaden support for her National Front party, but she signals a return to the core concerns of many of her supporters in recent speeches
Moreno wins the April 2 second round with a 51.15% share – more than 226,000 votes ahead of his conservative rival Guillermo Lasso
(UPDATED) A Democrat nearly claims outright victory in a closely watched congressional primary in Georgia
(UPDATED) The House of Commons votes by 522 to 13 to hold a general election on June 8 – plunging Britain back into political uncertainty just weeks before the start of negotiations on leaving the European Union
Tusk spokesperson: 'We expect to have the Brexit guidelines adopted by the European Council on 29 April and, following that, the Brexit negotiating directives ready on 22 May'
(UPDATED) The foiled plot sparked fears that the closing days of the campaign could be a target for extremists ahead of Sunday's (April 23) vote, the country's most unpredictable election in decades
'We will only pay after Mr Marcos [has] already finished the revision and the recount of the ballot,' says the Vice President's lawyer Romulo Macalintal
(4th UPDATE) Theresa May's dramatic announcement comes after months of tumult in British politics following the Brexit vote
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana assures the Vice President the defense establishment and the military are loyal to the Constitution and duly constituted authorities
Democrat Jon Ossoff aims to strike the first blow in what is shaping up to be a bitter, 18-month battle for control of the US Congress in the 2018 elections that come halfway through Trump's presidential term
Showing no sign of pulling his punches, Erdogan says Turkey could hold further referendums on its EU bid and re-introducing the death penalty
The unpredictable race narrows dramatically, with surveys suggesting 4 candidates are in contention to win one of the top two spots in the April 23 vote and progress to the run-off election a fortnight later
'We have done this because it is our heartfelt wish that the election protest be resolved with dispatch,' the donors are quoted as saying
The management of 2GO attributes the strong performance to 'sustained topline growth coupled with improved cost efficiencies'
(3rd UPDATE) The defeated vice presidential candidate says friends and supporters pulled in resources to raise the P36 million
The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo also says former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr should be the first to pay the recount fee
The sweeping constitutional changes approved in the vote create a presidential system that will grant Erdogan more power than any leader in modern Turkish history
The French go to the polls on April 23 to choose two candidates from a field of 11 who will go head-to-head in a run-off
Turks are voting in a referendum on sweeping changes to the president's role which, if agreed, would grant President Recep Tayyip Erdogan more power than any leader of Turkey since its founding
(UPDATED) President Rouhani faces a tougher than expected battle for a second term on May 19, as criticism mounts over the continued stagnation of the economy
One candidate says martial law shouldn't be feared, while another says research should be done first on what it's all about
The referendum will shape its political system for the next generation and determine the key NATO member's future relationship with the West
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(UPDATED) Former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr will have to pay P66.02 million, while Vice President Leni Robredo will have to settle P15.43 million
After another decline in the Vice President's net satisfaction rating, 'she's becoming less and less relevant unless she changes the narrative,' says political science professor Ranjit Rye
(UPDATED) The SWS poll is held at the height of attacks against Vice President Leni Robredo for her video message criticizing the Duterte administration's drug war, played on the sidelines of a UN meeting
The 101th edition of the awards comes with the US news media under assault from the White House
The property firm will raise P9.7 billion this year through retail bond issue – the last fund-raising needed to complete its one million square meters of leasable space by 2020
After strong performances in two televised debates, several new surveys this weekend show him climbing to third position, with 18-19% of voters saying they would vote for him
PAWS says that their complaint on the violation of section 9 of the Animal Welfare Act has been dismissed
(UPDATED) The 69-year-old says she has no plans to run for office again
This turnout for the 2017 campus elections in UP Diliman is slightly higher than in 2016, according to the University Student Electoral Board – 11,951 out of 24,036 eligible voters participated