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The RSF delegation went to Riyadh in late April and urged Saudi authorities to release 30 journalists who it says are imprisoned in the kingdom for their work
From exporting tuna in 1978 to also selling milk, coconut products, and canned meat, Century Pacific Food still wants to expand its portfolio
'Maninidigan pa rin tayo,' says Quezon City 6th District Representative Kit Belmonte, Liberal Party secretary-general
The Senate neophytes receive briefings on the inner workings of the institution
Eastern Police District chief Christopher Tambungan has been relieved from his post after physically assaulting a policewoman who disobeyed one of his orders
Interior Minister Christophe Castaner defends the way in which police have handled the protests but asks a specially-chosen panel of some 15 experts to develop new ideas for managing demonstrations
The Eastern Police District – which covers Pasig, Mandaluyong, Marikina, and San Juan – records 2,377 incidents of murder, physical injuries, and homicide in 2018
12 veteran actors are given the 'Mga Natatanging Bituin ng Siglo' award during the PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2019
US President Donald Trump predicts that the once-sprawling proto-state's official death could be proclaimed as early as next week but operations have been paused for days on the main front line
(UPDATED) A congresswoman who rejected House Bill 8858 even plays a part of the song 'Greatest Love of All' to express her opposition to the controversial measure
Reporters Without Borders says 80 journalists have been killed worldwide so far this year – most notably the Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi – with 348 in jail and 60 more held hostage
Movement figureheads call on the people to continue the protests to pressure President Emmanuel Macron into making further tax and wage concessions
Interior Minister Christophe Castaner says 3 police tried to question Cherif Chekatt after spotting him on the street in the Neudorf area of the northeastern French city where he grew up, but he opened fire
Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao says the proposed constitution 'represents everything that is wrong with our government'
The appellate court still finds Coast Guard Captain Christopher Villacorte guilty of serious dishonesty and conduct over anomalous cash advances he signed in 2014
France's interior minister Christophe Castaner vows 'zero tolerance' towards yellow vest protesters who aim to wreak further destruction in the city
On the eve of a fourth set of demonstrations in the capital in as many weeks, French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner vows 'zero tolerance' towards those hoping to enact a repeat of last weekend's destruction and mayhem
Whistleblower Christopher Wylie is pushing for Facebook to be regulated. He is scathing about Facebook's 'man-child' chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and the arrogance of the company he runs.
'We absolutely have to be open and transparent (on sex assault cases),' says a US bishop
Ibinibigay ng administrasyong Duterte ang bawat pagkakataon para may tumayong bayani
'The attack plot did not seem to have been fully worked out, but the November 11 commemorations appear to have been its background,' a source says
As many as 8 people are feared to have been killed when the buildings crumbled in a matter of seconds on Monday morning, November 5, in Noailles
'Why is it we can regulate nuclear power, but we can't regulate code?' says Christopher Wylie, a former director of research at the now-defunct data consultancy
Macron hopes the reshaped government will signal a fresh start after struggling with record-low polling figures
Isabela provincial board member Ed Christopher Go tested positive for alcohol use, police say
'It’s also evidence of early humans' ability to store information outside of the human brain,' says Professor Christopher Henshilwood
Quezon City 6th District Representative Jose Christopher Belmonte, ex-lawyer of Magdalo, delivers a privilege speech condemning the revocation of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV's amnesty
To help address inflation and the rice shortage, Liberal Party stalwarts call for the passage of the Bawas Presyo bill, which would suspend the excise tax on fuel under the TRAIN law
Philippine gold-medal hope Daniel Caluag says he's more conditioned to race now than he was for the 2014 Asian Games
Asia's Post-World War II order is on the verge of a terminal decline. What can the region do in response?
Photos from Malacañang show President Rodrigo Duterte personally attending to his application
Poor Winnie the Pooh! China censors mentions and images of the Disney character.
'Christopher Robin' isn't a film that will shake the world
A study discovers that many of the people buried at the site probably came from as far afield as Wales in western Britain, source of the bluestone used to carve Stonehenge's mysterious and entrancing monuments
'We continue to see a pervasive messaging campaign from Russia to try to weaken and divide the United States,' says Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence
FBI director Christopher Wray says: 'The intelligence community's assessment has not changed. My view has not changed.'
The presidential aide gives away an ambulance, branded shoes, and smartphones – all from private supporters. His face and name are displayed in giant and expensive billboards. Is he violating any rules?
'I do not believe Special Counsel Mueller is on any kind of witch hunt,' says FBI director Christopher Wray
After he was ambushed by alleged private armed groups on April 26, Christopher Branzuela's name was still listed as a candidate in Barangay Catabunan in Calbayog City
The probe appears to focus on Cambridge Analytica's finances and how it obtained and used personal data from Facebook
'They more or less fit into the ideals, objectives, and goals of the party,' says Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III of the initial lineup of the Nationalist People's Coalition
The presidential aide, who had shunned the spotlight and hated being quoted by press, has been giving media interviews and even honored a speaking engagement
Facebook says a third-party app passed Facebook data to Cambridge Analytica, Trump's election campaign data analysis firm, thus leading to the suspension
The suspect, Rolly Mahilum, is said to be a 'close aide' of the family of Bislig City Mayor Librado Navarro
The father and daughter lead the distribution of basic goods in Bito Bua Bi Itoa
Christopher Lewis fired a single shot towards the Queen's car as she toured the South Island city of Dunedin, the documents from New Zealand's Security Intelligence Service spy agency reveal
Is 'fake news' the new defense of public officials against public scrutiny?