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American farmers aren't celebrating just yet, as they seek concrete information on the United States' tentative trade deal with China
China's imports dive 8.5% while exports drop 3.2% in September 2019, amid its trade war with the United States
Analysts say the initial trade agreement between the United States and China will take weeks to finalize and the details remain unclear
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says 'those who think they can make Turkey turn back with threats are gravely mistaken'
'If fighting continues through 2022, Yemen will rank the poorest country in the world,' according to a United Nations Development Programme report
The atmosphere surrounding the talks is acrimonious and shifting rapidly, with one news report overnight saying Chinese officials could cut short their visit
UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights Philip Alston says the 'killing of significant number of people may have achieved other government objectives but has done nothing in terms of eliminating the drug problem'
(UPDATED) US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweets: 'China must end its draconian surveillance and repression, release all those arbitrarily detained and cease its coercion of Chinese Muslims abroad'
'We have not been successful in the other half of the fight, which is the demand-reduction strategy,' says Senate President Vicente Sotto III
War dramatically changed my students' lives. I had witnessed how carefree teenagers became socially involved citizens.
Six of the dead were members of the Al-Qaeda linked Hurras al-Deen
The group also urges the ICC prosecutor to 'cooperate' with the United Nations Human Rights Council which is conducting its own inquiry into the drug war killings in the Philippines
The Supreme Court also tempers its own ruling to provide leeway for arresting officers who do not comply with the proper rules on handling evidence
The Boeing B-17 aircraft, which the US Air Force deployed against Germany and Japan, crashes at Bradley International Airport while trying to land
The scenario modeled by researchers envisages more than 100 million immediate deaths and global mass starvation should a nuclear war occur between India and Pakistan
The Department of Finance is looking for funding from new partners – ones that did not support the resolution adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council
'The nations here in United [Nations] should not let this platform be used to threaten others with accountability for taking a tough approach to crime,' says DFA Secretary Teddyboy Locsin, Jr
As the US-China trade war drags on, a Chinese commerce ministry spokesman says he hopes the two sides could 'create beneficial conditions for cooperation'
Feige joins the Lucasfilm team alongside studio president Kathleen Kennedy for a new chapter of the 'Star Wars' franchise
Malacañang criticizes 'On President's Orders' for being 'overly dramatized' and 'falsely portrays a dangerous Philippines and a murderous government'
(UPDATED) Senator Ronald dela Rosa vouches for the integrity of PNP chief Oscar Albayalde, clearing him of links with cops who recycle drugs seized during operations
The committee is to include 150 members – a third picked by the regime, another by the opposition, and the remaining third by the United Nations
Law group Center for International Law or CenterLaw wants to cite in contempt the Office the Solicitor General and the Philippine National Police
(3rd UPDATE) 'We don't need the money,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr, following the Palace decision to suspend talks on loans and grants from 18 countries that backed the Iceland resolution
(3rd UPDATE) Yet Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo categorically denies President Rodrigo Duterte issued such an order
These drugs are used for 'all kinds of operations,' says PDEA chief Aaron Aquino
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports regime fire in various parts of southern Idlib, including close to a Turkish military observation post
The announcement is the latest in a series of appeasement measures between the world's two biggest economies
(UPDATED) This marks the first time China has announced products to be excluded from tariffs, as its trade war with the United States continues
South Korea accuses Japan of violating World Trade Organization principles
The Office of the President gets a 75-year-old debt note seeking payment for a thousand Habano cigars, horses, chickens, and other items
But Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr maintains he will not allow any foreign observers to enter the Philippines to conduct investigations in line with a report by the UN Human Rights Council
Watch the interview live on Rappler at 1:30 pm on Monday, September 9
Five titles are recommended by Mike Villa-Real, the senior vice president of the Veteran’s Bank, and 5 are from author Frank Cimatu's collection
Drug war widow Mary Joy Sta Rita accuses 13 cops from Pulilan, Bulacan, of conspiring to murder her husband Jerson in the guise of a buy-bust operation
A phone accessories manufacturer, for instance, sets up in the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam due to the United States-China trade war
(UPDATED) The news will be seen as a sign of optimism in a trade war that has weighed on the global economy and stock markets while also shaking diplomatic relations between the two powers
The United States trade gap narrows by 2.7% to $54 billion in July 2019, the largest drop in 5 months
US President Donald Trump claims Chinese negotiators may be holding out for a better deal in hopes he will be voted out in the 2020 presidential elections
However, DILG secretary Eduardo Año said, the families of those killed in illegal drugs operations may 'approach appropriate government agencies' for help
Poland provides inspiration for countries and peoples in times of national peril, when leaders who are supposed to lead abandon their sworn responsibilities and advocate the interests of the invader
'These American tariffs seriously violate the consensus reached by the leaders of our two countries in Osaka,' Beijing's commerce ministry says, referring to trade discussions in the Japanese city in June
'I bow my head before the Polish victims of Germany's tyranny. And I ask forgiveness, says German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier
More than $250 billion worth of China's $540 billion in exports to the US are already subject to tariffs
'We believe that the issue that should really be discussed is canceling further tariffs on $550 billion of Chinese goods, and preventing the trade war from continuing to escalate,' says China's Gao Feng
(UPDATED) 'China called last night...said let's get back to the table. So we'll be getting back to the table,' says President Donald Trump, adding that 'they want to make a deal'
Movies include 'Black Panther 2' and 'Cruella' are in the works
Cast of 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' makes an appearance plus Tom Holland promotes 'Onward'