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The Republican proposal, which President Donald Trump supports, would discourage but not ban tactics like choke holds
US Senator Amy Klobuchar says the protests that erupted in the aftermath of a brutal police killing of a black man in her state of Minnesota helped her realize the need for greater diversity in the presidential contest
Iraq's foreign ministry summons the Turkish ambassador and hands him a 'strongly-worded memorandum calling for a halt to such provocative actions'
The most visible portions of the Republican National Convention will be moved to the city of Jacksonville following a row over coronavirus restrictions with the governor of North Carolina
Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know?
They kneel for 8 minutes and 46 seconds to mark the length of time a white police officer pinned his knee on the neck of the 46-year-old Floyd
'[We] envisage a future when the entire apparatus of the CPP becomes legal, where the CPP, as the CPP, will stand for elections and subject its ideas to open debate'
Trump went on the attack against Joe Biden, tweeting without evidence that 'not only will Sleepy Joe Biden DEFUND THE POLICE, but he will DEFUND OUR MILITARY!'
Asked if she would support Trump in November's election, Senator Murkowski responds: 'I am struggling with it. I have struggled with it for a long time.'
Mahathir Mohamad and 4 other federal lawmakers, including Mahathir's son, are sacked from the Bersatu Party for sitting with the opposition during a parliamentary event
The Google-owned platform responds to a tweet by tech entrepreneur Palmer Luckey who said that 'YouTube has deleted every comment I ever made about the Wumao, an internet propaganda division of the Chinese Communist Party'
Former vice president Joe Biden is the sole contender on the Democratic side to face Republican Donald Trump in the November 3 presidential vote, but he is not yet formally nominated
Let's discuss some of Taiwan's approaches towards fighting the coronavirus
(UPDATED) The truce failed to stop clashes between government troops and communist rebels, both sides admit
President Rodrigo Duterte makes the remark after expressing his sadness over the deaths of soldiers who were allegedly killed by communist rebels while delivering medical aid
In his taped Friday morning public address on the coronavirus, President Duterte blasts the communist rebels again and brings up an old peace proposal they submitted long before the pandemic
In his first chance to question the government since being elected Labour leader, Keir Starmer says there is 'a significant gap between promise and delivery' in how ministers are handling the crisis
The military has reported at least 3 armed clashes with communist guerrillas since the government’s unilateral ceasefire ended on April 15
The workers sought shelter at the Redemptorist Church compound in Baclaran, Parañaque City for a 14-day quarantine period
The truce has been fraught with accusations of violations from both sides, and the government has yet to say whether it will also extend its unilateral ceasefire that ended on April 15
Rights campaigners accuse President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party of using charges such as 'disciplinary violations' – often considered to refer to corruption – as a way to silence dissent.
The play is uploaded in full online as part of Dulaang UP's 'REMEMBRANCE RESISTANCE RESURRECTION' series
Many, including allies in Prime Minister Viktor Orban's European Peoples Party, accuse him of a power grab
The Philippine government earlier declared a ceasefire with communist rebels as security forces focus on battling the novel coronavirus
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The communist rebel leader earlier declined to reciprocate the government's ceasefire, which President Rodrigo Duterte ordered as the country battles the novel coronavirus
The defense chief expects guerrilla attacks to continue, while rebel leaders say the Luzon lockdown is meant only to intimidate and immobilize the public
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the ceasefire will last from March 19 until April 15
As the US grapples with combating the spreading coronavirus pandemic, voters hand the former vice president victory in delegate-rich Florida, as well as Illinois and Arizona
A Biden trifecta would leave Sanders a gravely wounded candidate
'US imperialism, Chinese imperialism, the Duterte administration, and the CPP-NPA-NDFP can become tactical allies, even if strange bedfellows, against the coronavirus'
The President sees the police and military on the frontlines of the Luzon-wide ‘enhanced community quarantine,’ and asks communist rebels for a halt in hostilities
'There are a number of women who are qualified to be vice president tomorrow,' the moderate Biden says
The military says the loss of Julius Soriano Giron will 'rattle' the communist rebels' 'dwindling forces'
Once colleagues in the Free Legal Assistance Group, human rights lawyer Arno Sanidad and Justice Marvic Leonen face off on the case of ex-NPA chairman Rodolfo Salas
'How about the 15 who were massacred? How about their relatives? They have waited for justice for so long,' says Solicitor General Jose Calida
(UPDATED) Barring surprises, Joe Biden now has a clear path to becoming the Democratic standard-bearer in a potentially bruising and deeply divisive matchup with Donald Trump
The jail warden is ordered to bring Rodolfo Salas to the Supreme Court on March 12
Through highs and lows, here's how the party list in Congress has evolved
'Three months ago, I entered the race for president to defeat Donald Trump. Today, I am leaving the race for the same reason: to defeat Donald Trump,' US media tycoon Michael Bloomberg says in a statement
(5th UPDATE) The results signal a remarkable comeback for Joe Biden, a former vice president under Barack Obama, who is vying once again for frontrunner status
'He's decent, he's kind, he's caring, he's empathetic,' says O'Rourke of Biden
'Crazy Bernie's going to be (even) more crazy,' Trump says to swelling laughter from the crowd
'It is no secret...that there is a massive effort trying to stop Bernie Sanders,' the frontrunner says about himself
The top 3 remaining are all septuagenarian white men
With 48% of the vote in South Carolina, the former vice president more than doubles the 20% won by national frontrunner Bernie Sanders
The first openly gay US presidential candidate from a major party ends his campaign
The victory is seen as crucial to Joe Biden's hopes of challenging Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination
From our archives: The Philippine military is treading dangerous waters with its counterinsurgency experiments
The flickering of protests comes after several years of quiet enforced by military rule, with groups of high school students joining the march into the streets