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ICC prosecutor seeks authorization to start probe of drug-related killings in PH

“...[t]here is a reasonable basis to believe that the crime against humanity of murder has been committed on the territory of the Philippines between 1 July 2016 and 16 March 2019 in the context of the Government of Philippines ‘war on drugs’ campaign.” The post ICC prosecutor seeks authorization to start probe of drug-related killings in PH appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: EditorialJun 15th, 2021Related News

Socialism gets Indian wedding, Communism and Leninism to attend

Even little Marxism won't miss out when Socialism gets married in southern India this weekend with his big brothers Communism and Leninism in attendance......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: EditorialJun 14th, 2021Related News

Jordan prince sought Saudi help for coup: court charge

Jordan's Prince Hamzah hoped to overthrow King Abdullah II with the backing of Saudi Arabia, according to court indictments against two alleged accomplices released Sunday......»»

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Algeria awaits results after voters snub election

Algeria was early Monday still waiting for the results of a parliamentary election boycotted by the long-running Hirak protest movement and marked by widespread abstention......»»

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Junta trial of Myanmar s Suu Kyi to hear first testimony

The trial of ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will hear its first testimony in a junta court Monday, more than four months after a military coup. .....»»

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Nicaragua detains four more opposition figures

Nicaraguan police said Sunday that they had detained four more opposition figures in a roundup ahead of November presidential elections in which four would-be challengers of long-serving leader Daniel Ortega have already been held......»»

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Tel Aviv fetes Netanyahu departure with flags and foam

She stepped out to walk her dog only to witness history: Ossie joined the joined the throngs of Israelis watching the momentous election of an anti-Benjamin Netanyahu government on the streets of Tel Aviv......»»

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Pacific islanders likely found Antarctica first: study

Polynesian seafarers likely reached Antarctica hundreds of years before the Western explorers usually credited with discovering the frozen continent, a new study has concluded......»»

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New Zealand s Ardern pans mosque attacks film amid backlash

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday criticised a planned movie about her response to the 2019 Christchurch mosque attacks as poorly timed and focussed on the wrong subject......»»

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Tesla to accept bitcoin again when greener

Elon Musk, CEO of electric vehicle maker Tesla, said on Sunday that the US company will accept bitcoin payments again when the virtual currency is greener. .....»»

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Saudi allows 60,000 vaccinated residents on hajj, bars foreigners again

Saudi Arabia announced Saturday it will allow 60,000 residents vaccinated against COVID to perform this year's hajj, but Muslims from abroad will be barred for a second straight year......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: EditorialJun 12th, 2021Related News

Vilma Santos, kabilang sa nominado sa pagka-presidente, VP ng 1Sambayan

Kabilang si Representative Vilma Santos-Recto sa mga nominado sa pagka-presidente at bise-presidente ng grupong oposisyon na 1Sambayan. Si Vilma ay kasalukuang  representante ng ika-anim na distrito ng Batangas at deputy speaker ng Nacionalista Party. Mahaba na rin ang karanasan ni Ate Vi sa pulitika. Taong 1998 nang tumakbo siya at manalong mayor ng Lipa City, […] The post Vilma Santos, kabilang sa nominado sa pagka-presidente, VP ng 1Sambayan appeared first on Bandera......»»

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Pahayag ni VP Robredo sa pagkamatay nina Kieth at Nolven Absalon

Isa na namang nakakapanindig-balahibong trahedya ang nangyari sa pagkamatay nina Kieth at Nolven Absalon dahil sa landmine sa Masbate. The post Pahayag ni VP Robredo sa pagkamatay nina Kieth at Nolven Absalon first appeared on Abante......»»

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The United States gave the plane to AMLO

During several consecutive morning conferences, the president was furious and accused the United States of interfering in Mexican politics because the US government, an agency.....»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: EditorialJun 10th, 2021Related News

Palace now floats Go-Duterte tandem

President Rodrigo Duterte’s former aide Senator Christopher Go will definitely run for president in the 2022 national elections should the President decide to run for vice president, Malacanang said......»»

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ASEAN, China agree to keep cool on SCS

The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China have vowed to avoid activities that could escalate tension in the contested South China Sea......»»

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Rights group tags as & lsquo;war crime& rsquo; NPA& rsquo;s bomb attack

Communist rebels who were behind the bomb attack in Masbate using an improvised explosive device (IED) planted on the ground committed a war crime, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Wednesday......»»

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US eases trip notice on PH with caution

The United States government has lowered its travel alert for the Philippines from Level 4 to 3......»»

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No big reversal in virus trends seen due to low vaccination rate

Expect no significant changes in the Philippines’ COVID-19 trends, not until 30 percent to 50 percent of the population have been vaccinated against the coronavirus disease, a fellow of the OCTA Research Group said Wednesday......»»

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Mindanao reels under COVID

An independent group of researchers on Wednesday urged the government to send health workers and equipment to Mindanao, which is fighting a surge in COVID-19 cases that they say could last a month......»»

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