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Only Russia, China, and Iran vote against the decision at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons' executive council accusing Syria of breaching the Chemical Weapons Convention
The suspects are captured in a swoop by special forces, the prosecutor's office says on Twitter, calling the incident a 'heinous crime'
(4th UPDATE) Four security guards, a police officer and a bystander were killed in the melee, while local police chief Ghulam Nabi Memon confirms all 4 attackers were also dead
The knife attack in a park in Reading, west of London, on Saturday evening, June 20, is the third in a year, and has again raised concern about the early release of offenders from prison
British counterterrorism police are still trying to piece together the full timeline of the spy attack
(UPDATED) Cyber libel is punishable by jail time of 6 months and 1 day to up to 7 years. If acquitted, Maria Ressa faces 7 other criminal charges.
(UPDATED) An exclusive video interview by Agence France-Presse with Rappler CEO Maria Ressa ahead of a Manila court's judgment on Monday, June 15
Postponed due to the coronavirus lockdown, judgment day for Ressa and former researcher-writer Rey Santos will take place in a court under quarantine restrictions
The assailants who entered the facility through the main gate moved straight to the maternity ward, Doctors Without Borders says
The defense ministry says a truck bomb targeted the base in the eastern city of Gardez, killing 5 civilians
(UPDATED) Gunmen storm a hospital in Kabul, as a funeral in Afghanistan's restive east is hit by a suicide bomber
Supposedly at the helm of the Presidential Task Force on Media Security, the PCOO reposts misleading content against media from an anti-communist government page
(UPDATED) Following public backlash, the PCOO takes down the posts and says it's taking measures to 'uphold accountability' over the incident
Rex Cornelio is the third radio journalist to be killed in Dumaguete City since 2018
The coronavirus pandemic forces the Roman Catholic leadership to call off elaborate services to honor the 279 people killed in the Easter Sunday attacks
(UPDATED) The findings come in the first report from a new investigative team set up by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to identify the perpetrators of attacks in Syria's ongoing nine-year-long civil war
The attack threatens a dangerous escalation, with suspected US-led coalition air strikes promptly targeting Iran-aligned Iraqi fighters in neighboring Syria
A new normal for media is emerging. Regulators are pouncing on it and weaponizing the law to cripple businesses of critical media
The assault sends warning sirens blaring across the diplomatic compound but it is unclear exactly what was hit and how many rockets made impact
'We reiterate that everything we do is in accordance with the law. We did not violate the law. This case appears to be an attempt to deprive Filipinos of the services of ABS-CBN,' says the Lopez-led network
'Palagi mo akong binabanatan ah, abogado ka rin pala eh,' the solicitor general tells ABS-CBN's reporter
The House franchise committee ‘might decide to hold in abeyance the conduct of hearing until the matter is settled by the Supreme Court,’ says Deputy Speaker Johnny Pimentel
Radyo ni Juan's Glenn Jester Hitgano is arrested after following up on a tip that the protesters were harassed by uniformed men
'Ukraine has the technical capacity and experienced specialists' to read the information on the Boeing flight recorders, the presidency says in a statement
The US military has previously maintained there were no casualties
Some 47% of respondents to the poll of 16,000 young people also believe it was more likely than not that there would be a third world war in their lifetime
(UPDATED) Western powers urge an end to the escalating confrontation between Tehran and Washington
The Seychelles Maritime Safety Administration (SMSA) cordons off the area where the attack occurred to search for the shark
But the Islamic State does not claim responsibility for a simultaneous assault on Arbinda City that left 35 civilians dead
'This is a message to Christians all over the world,' says a masked man in a video posted online by ISIS-linked propaganda arm Amaq
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bloodshed
Islamic State West African Province fighters intensify deadly attacks, targeting soldiers and mounting fake checkpoints to kill and and abduct civilians
(3rd UPDATE) 8 are soldiers and 4 are civilians, says Western Mindanao Command spokesman Major Arvin Encinas
Records from media monitor show 154 counts of threats and attacks against journalists from June 30, 2016 to December 5, 2019
The 'historically low' number mostly died covering conflicts in Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan, Reporters Without Borders says, which warned 'journalism remains a dangerous profession'
Judge Rainelda Estacio Montesa sustains the objection of Rappler counsel that the prosecution cannot ask for the source of its confidential information
In insisting Ressa was not involved at all in the story, Rappler editor Chay Hofileña says the CEO does not exercise unilateral editorial control in the newsroom. 'She gets vetoed because we are a democratic organization.'
The investigation is unable to 'independently corroborate that the cruise missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles used in these attacks are of Iranian origin,' the report says
The Freedom for Media, Freedom for All Network says at least 15 journalists have been killed under the Duterte administration
It is the first time that a military officer has filled the position, and the appointment comes 3 weeks after Gotabaya Rajapaksa was elected president promising better security
Radyo ni Juan manager Benjie Caballero dies after sustaining 5 gunshot wounds in an October 30 attack
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the main opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn, and London Mayor Sadiq Khan join a vigil to honor London Bridge attack victims Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones
Boris Johnson blames the previous Labour government for changing the law in 2008 to allow for the early release of prisoners
Police says they are looking for a 'slightly dark-skinned man' aged between 40 and 50 wearing a black top, scarf and grey jogging bottoms
The latest attack comes less than two weeks before Britain's general election, and politicians temporarily suspended campaigning
The office of the national anti-terror prosecutor charges 14 people currently in prison or under judicial supervision, including Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspected participant in the attacks. Six others are targeted by arrest warrants.
Judge Mojibur Rahman says the extremists wanted to 'draw the attention of Islamic State' group
Many of the widows of the journalists choose to go abroad, leaving behind their children who have to lose another parent. Financial assistance is also running out.