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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says current data does not indicate quarantine restrictions can be relaxed further in the coming weeks
Nearly 690 million people or 8.9% of people around the globe are hungry
Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium Inc, meanwhile, thinks the government could better help businesses by not imposing rent during the lockdown period
'I am ready to face the new challenge and succeed for my son, my family, my people and my country. Nobody can rewrite history. This is a price of freedom,' says President Hashim Thaci, who was charged for war crimes in June
The announcement comes after the sudden death of Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly on July 8
Chelsea falls prey to Sheffield United while Manchester City secures its place in the top 4 with a beating of Brighton
China says its 'territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea will under no circumstances be affected' by the historic award
With these changes, the defense department wants 'to instill the culture of jointness within the AFP and strictly implement the ‘force provider-force employer’ concept between the major services and the unified commands'
Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi, who was involved in the liberation struggle like her parents, dies at the age of 59
Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert need to settle their differences as the Jazz eye to make a splash when the NBA season resumes
The International Monetary Fund sees the Middle East and North Africa regional economy shrinking by 5.7% in 2020
Researchers find that 90 days after infection, several confirmed COVID-19 patients who were part of their test subjects had no detectable antibodies in their bloodstream
Judge Rachel Barkai rejects the Amnesty International petition, claiming there was 'no evidence that an attempt has been made to monitor a human rights activist while trying to gain access to his telephone,' in a ruling on Monday
(UPDATED) The liquor ban in Carmona starts on Monday, July 13, as it reports more COVID-19 cases
The acquisition, one of the biggest deals of the year, would create an enterprise with a combined worth of $68 billion and estimated revenues of $8.2 billion
Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong plans to bring his tested contact tracing strategy nationwide as he trains more tracers in interviewing and using a new digital 'contract tracing e-system'
Since the start of July, nearly 2.5 million new infections have been detected across the globe, with the number of cases doubling over the past 6 weeks
The barriers required by the national government’s lockdown implementers raise serious concerns for their safety and effectiveness in containing the coronavirus
Former ONE Championship flyweight titlist Geje Eustaquio aims to face Yuya Wakamatsu, the only man to knock him out
Mali's European allies and regional partners are anxious, given the country's poverty, ethnic mix, and strategic location at the heart of the Sahel
Dozens of Chinese TikTok videos show Uyghurs being transported to work in involuntary labor schemes during the Covid-19 outbreak
In an open letter, over 80 millionaires say they 'have a critical role to play in healing our world'
People's initiative is an exercise of 'power of the people' to enact laws, but it entails a long and expensive process
At least 13 leading activists appear in court on Monday, July 13, to be formally charged with 'inciting' an unlawful assembly, which carries up to 5 years in jail
The photo was posted in 2011, years before Duterte was elected president
The Department of Health notes the rise in cases is 'gradual,' and that the country's health system is able to cope with the increasing number of cases
Tropical Depression Carina is 165 kilometers east of Aparri, Cagayan, as of Monday afternoon, July 13
(UPDATED) The National Kidney and Transplant Institute has reached the 'danger zone' – meaning, it's nearing full capacity of its designated beds for COVID-19 patients
The Sanlakas party list says Section 4's supposed exemption on dissent must be struck down for being too vague and subjective
PRESS RELEASE: In recruiting and selecting candidates, agencies shall adopt internal guidelines that will allow online recruitment and selection processes such as online competency assessments and video conferencing for interviews
Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton feels some teams are not doing enough to show solidarity with the anti-racism movement
It is the first time that a speaker has been removed in such a fashion in Malaysia, and sparks fury from the opposition
Each UAAP school has contributed its share of players who established themselves as PBA all-time greats
PRESS RELEASE: The CSC says that reassignment, detail, and transfer for healthcare workers are also allowed
Advancing to the semifinals on NBC's World of Dance, UPeepz coaches Chips Beltran and Phim Villanueva tell us what it takes to impress J. Lo on the big stage
Some of the most outspoken critics of China – Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz along with Congressman Chris Smith – are targeted by the action, as well as the US ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, Sam Brownback
Public Works Secretary Mark Villar is 'isolation czar,' Baguio Mayor Benjamin Magalong is 'tracing czar,' and Health Undersecretary Leopoldo Vega is 'treatment czar'
It is the latest setback to hit the MLS is Back Tournament, which marks the return of top-flight soccer in the United States following a four-month shutdown
Malaysiakini and editor-in-chief Steven Gan, who could face imprisonment if found guilty of contempt of court, await the Malaysian Federal Court's judgment
The Philippine National Police Academy will test its cadets for COVID-19 in the wake of two cadets' deaths due to heat stroke and electrolyte imbalance
Lisa Marie Presley's manager Roger Widynowski confirms the news, saying the daughter of Elvis Presley is 'heartbroken, inconsolable and beyond devastated'
The Department of Health continues to urge the public to follow health standards, like mask wearing and physical distancing to prevent deaths from returning to the high numbers seen in March
(UPDATED) Have a look at some of the motorcycle safety dividers approved by government to help protect riders against COVID-19
(UPDATED) Incumbent Andrzej Duda won a new 5-year term with 51% in Sunday's vote against 49% for Warsaw's liberal mayor Rafal Trzaskowski
'We should recognize that the #HijaAko Movement is not merely a Filipinized incarnation of the #MeToo Movement, because it is organically built upon the pioneering initiatives of early activists...the comfort women'
The case against Malaysiakini and editor-in-chief Steven Gan relates to 5 readers' comments posted under an article that were critical of the judiciary, with the attorney general saying they had eroded public confidence in the courts
Summer flooding is an annual scourge in China, often focused along the vast Yangtze basin that drains much of the central part of the country
'One child left behind is one too many, and the government is duty-bound to ensure each and every Filipino’s exercise of all of their constitutionally guaranteed rights,' says the Alliance of Concerned Teachers
'The denial of ABS-CBN’s franchise application resonates with all of us: our job security, our freedom of information, expression, and the press and, our fundamental right to know and be happy'