US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un agree on their assessment of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Sunday ...
An Iraqi court on Sunday sentenced three French citizens to death for joining the Islamic State group, the first IS members from France to be handed capital punishment, a court official said.
Three people were killed and six others injured on Sunday in two separate explosions in the Nepali capital, Kathmandu, and police said they suspected a Maoist splinter group may have been responsible.
Europeans headed to the polls in their tens of millions Sunday to choose their champions in a looming battle between the nationalist right and pro-EU forces to chart a course for the union.
President Donald Trump yesterday vowed to make the US trade relationship with Japan a “little bit more fair”, as he kicked off a four-day visit to Tokyo aimed at cementing ties between the two close allies.
Police yesterday charged the owners of a private school which turned into an inferno that killed 23 teenagers, some who died jumping from the building in a desperate bid to escape the flames, officials said.
Peter Joemel Advincula, the man who claimed to be “Bikoy” in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos, regained his freedom yesterday after posting P24,000 bail for estafa and large-scale illegal recruitment charges.
Social Watch Philippines (SWP), a citizens’ watchdog, urged senators to enact a good sin tax law to further increase the tax on cigarettes by P60 per pack. Ma. Victoria Raquiza, SWP spokesman, said while they welcomed reports that senators have finally agreed to pass the Sin Tax Bill before