Lawyers of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange file his application with the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights
France's Nathalie Loiseau says the government will not wage a war of words or otherwise seek to retaliate against Rome, but working meetings and visits between the two countries are largely out of the question for now
At least 4 people are missing but authorities say data is still being collected across hard-hit areas
Vice President Leni Robredo appears at the end of the video and asks, 'Ikaw, para kanino ang boto mo?'
Lawyer Raphael Chiche says the cocaine 'belonged to those who had come to party in his suite on the night of January 20-21'
Priyanka Gandhi is appointed Congress party chief in the east of Uttar Pradesh, considered India's most politically important state
The group cites anomalies in about 80 plebiscite returns, although the votes will only be official once canvassed by the National Board of Canvassers in Manila
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The KaTropa squander a double-digit lead but manage to pull through in crunchtime
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he will discuss with Vladimir Putin the creation of a Turkish-controlled 'security zone' in northern Syria, suggested by Donald Trump
Have you ever wondered what swimming in a polluted ocean is like?
'The Beast' and his Phoenix crew show 'The Baby Beast' and Columbian how things are done with a scintillating win
The pope has made two trips to Asia since his election 5 years ago, visiting the Philippines and Sri Lanka in 2014, followed by Myanmar and Bangladesh in 2017
The left-leaning lawmakers argue that the last-minute changes to the bill would still 'criminalize' children in conflict with the law
Is Facebook better prepared to combat election meddling in 2019?
Philippine Airlines says there is 'no definite agreement' yet with any firm, but maintains that it has 'always been open to the possibility of a strategic investor'
Watch Russell Westrbrook drop a triple-double to lift the Thunder as the Raptors cruise to another win, plus more thrilling action
It will be the first peaceful transition of power in the history of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which gained independence from Belgium in 1960
The DILG will have to meet with the Comelec after Mayor Baldo's inquest proceedings, and determine if he no longer has the capacity to govern
The senatorial hopeful was 17 years old when Martial Law was proclaimed, but was already turning 31 in 1986, the year her family was exiled from the Philippines
President Rodrigo Duterte has yet to sign the bill into law because Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo signed the bicameral conference committee report only on January 21, 2019
President Rodrigo Duterte says he will likely have his own 2019 Senate slate, distinct from the slate of his own political party, PDP-Laban
If Isabela City chooses to reject joining the BARMM, its vote will prevail over the result in Basilan as inclusion will need the yes vote to win in both the city and the province
Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier says the bill will still be settled at some point, even if London rejects the withdrawal agreement Britain signed in November and crashes out on March 29
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic enjoys an early night as Kei Nishikori retires with a thigh strain in the Australian Open
(UPDATED) 'Search operations are continuing in Baghouz to find any IS fighters who are still hiding,' says Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
The Fuel Masters send the Dyip crashing back to earth to notch their first 3 wins in the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup
'Alhamdullilah, the city is back,' says Mariam Mastura-Linsangan as Cotabato City voted to join the Bangsamoro region
(UPDATED) Russian artillery chief Mikhail Matveevsky says the 9M729 missile's maximum range is 480 kilometers. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty bans missiles with a range above 500 kilometers.
Truth will prevail, says the Commission on Elections after discrepancies were found in Cotabato City's certificate of canvass in the Bangsamoro plebiscite
Gerry Abadiano takes charge a the NU Bullpups pull away late against the La Salle Zobel Junior Archers
State auditors doubt the Bureau of Fire Protection can meet its targets by 2020
Before the complete but unofficial tally in the city, 80 plebiscite returns had been contested due to alleged anomalies
Bicol, the Visayas, and Romblon are expected to have light to heavy rain on Thursday, January 24
Additional features of the Twitter web redesign include picture cropping, better search, and an easy-to-find emoji interface
(UPDATED) The poll date is set to ignite campaign season in a country where colorful and boisterous political rallies have often tipped into deadly violence
'You're saying that all women in the world that are size 8 and up are not beautiful and cannot wear your dresses,' US singer Bebe Rexha says as she blasts unnamed designers on social media
Karolina Pliskova slays to halt Serena Williams' bid for a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title
Inflation felt by the poorest Filipino households hit 7.2% in 2018, and some regions still register double digits in December
Top billing on the World Economic Forum stage will go to Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan, who is tasked with negotiating a truce in the US-China trade war
'The PPL is a new entity, it’s a rebirth, it's a reboot,' says PPL commissioner Bernie Sumayao
(UPDATED) The House passes the controversial measure on second reading after spending only two session days for the plenary debates
Director Alfonso Cuaron's intimate portrayal of his childhood in Mexico City puts a warm spotlight on his nanny, played by breakout star Yalitza Aparicio
The list of 41 names, submitted the week before the Bangsamoro plebiscite, includes at least 3 women, one Christian, and one member of an ethnic group
Duty Free Philippines Corporation also records a 2% increase in sales in 2018
Justices want to assess whether the report can be tackled in the upcoming oral arguments, or if it warrants an executive session
House minority lawmakers argue that the proposed bill does not address the reasons why children break the law in the first place