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The latest attack comes despite a state of emergency imposed in the North African nation in 2015 following a string of bloody assaults claimed by the Islamic State group
The United States embassy in the Philippines denies issuing such an advisory. The screenshot supposedly from the embassy's website also contains spelling errors.
The US embassy in the Philippines refutes misinformation it revoked tourist visas due to the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus and Duterte's threats to end the VFA
The US embassy in Manila and its affiliated offices will resume regular services on Monday, November 4
'We've been in touch with Philippine authorities to determine what assistance is needed and how we can help,' the embassy says
(UPDATED) The US embassy in Manila 'will assume responsibility for certain limited services previously provided' by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services
(UPDATED) The United States, in a rare statement on a domestic controversy, says it hopes the cyber libel case against Rappler CEO Maria Ressa 'will be resolved quickly'
The US embassy and its affiliated offices will resume services on Wednesday, December 26
(UPDATED) The United States confirms a November 14 ceremony in Wyoming 'marking the beginning of the process to return the Balangiga Bells' to the Philippines
The House committee on human rights also recommends that all cops be required to undergo human rights education and training
(4th UPDATE) Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, however, refuses to confirm or deny the visit
No one was wounded in the explosion and no significant damage was caused, security and judicial sources say, without specifying the type of device involved
(UPDATED) Six shots were fired at the embassy with 3 bullets hitting the iron gate and exterior wall, the Ankara governor's office said, indicating there were 'no casualties'
(UPDATED) The explosion is set off by a man from China's Inner Mongolia region surnamed Jiang, police say, adding that his injuries are not life-threatening
The US embassy says Galiciano Datu III and Crispin dela Paz, who were convicted for the high-profile 2012 murder of US Marine George Anikow, have been arrested
Cuba reaffirms its desire to 'cooperate with the US authorities to clarify the situation' after more than 20 US officials posted in Havana suffered injuries consisted with a brain injury
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Tens of thousands have protested along Gaza's border with Israel since March 30 calling for Palestinian refugees to be able to return to their homes now inside Israel
'I hope that this message reaches our Palestinian brothers that self-expression and protest over this decision does not lead them to measures that could lead to more victims,' Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says
Here are some of the reactions from around the world following the violence on Monday, May 14
'The Security Council expresses its outrage and sorrow at the killing of Palestinian civilians exercising their right to peaceful protest,' read a draft of the statement
(UPDATED) It is the deadliest day in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the 2014 Gaza war
US Ambassador David Friedman confirms President Donald Trump has prepared a video to be played during the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem
The embassy is to get a festive inauguration on Monday next week, to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the state of Israel
(UPDATED) A groundbreaking ceremony is held at the Basa Air Base on Tuesday, April 17, attended by Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and US Ambassador Sung Kim.
(2nd UPDATE) Gazan leaders call on protesters to retreat from the border area until Saturday. The demonstration is planned to last 6 weeks, until the inauguration of the new US embassy in Jerusalem.
The Philippine Transnational Criminal Investigation Unit is composed of 22 US-trained Philippine cops
The Havana embassy has been operating with a reduced staff since September 2017, when diplomats and family members were evacuated after suffering brain injuries
Ankara says the decision showed the US does not hear, 'and worse still, does not care about the voice of the international community’s conscience'
Palestinians object to recognition of the disputed city as Israel's capital and say the embassy move could destroy a two-state solution to the decades-old Middle East conflict
Militant groups and youth organizations sneak past police security to burn a flag near the US Embassy and hold a lightning rally at the in SM Mall of Asia
The US embassy and its affiliated offices will be open on Monday, October 30, and will resume operations on Thursday, November 2
The diplomatic row is sparked by the arrest of a Turkish staffer at the American mission in Istanbul
The US Justice Department says Filipino doctor Russel Salic told others involved in the foiled New York terror plot that terror laws in the Philippines are 'not strict' compared to laws in countries like Australia and the UK
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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the possible closure is 'under review' after a 'sonic attack' that affected the health of 16 embassy employees
The US embassy says the transfer – made through the Mutual Logistics Support Agreement – is part of the ongoing transfers from the US military to multiple branches of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
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We will continue to work with our Filipino partners to find a resolution the US embassy in Manila says
UPDATED From touching scenes in crisis hit Marawi City to protests in Metro Manila here is a look at how Filipinos celebrated the 119th anniversary of the declaration of the country s independence
3rd UPDATE Marawi based military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jo ar Herrera says there are strong indications that Omarkhayam and Madie Maute two leaders of the Marawi attack were killed in separate operations
The US embassy in the Philippines has released an emergency message to Americans urging them to exercise caution while in the country
The United States embassy in Manila tells Americans there will be possible checkpoints and increased police visibility in the capital
UPDATED President Rodrigo Duterte says his standing order to security forces is to shoot on sight the terrorists
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UPDATED It has received credible information that terrorist groups may be planning to conduct kidnapping operations targeting foreign nationals in the areas of Palawan