Duterte implemented ban while mayor of Davao
Lawmakers vote overwhelmingly to extend martial law across southern island through year's-end
In a special joint session of the House and the Senate, legislators overwhelmingly backed Duterte's bid to have martial law remain in force in the Mindanao region until December 31.
Security forces allegedly committed violence during 4-month operation, says UN rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar
Chances low but island state begins campaign that includes educational ads, sirens, school drills
Supreme Court seeks report on incidents of cow vigilantism as government argues law and order is provincial issue
Communist rebels allegedly kill police chief, 4 others in Guihulngan city Friday
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson uses Japan visit to hit out at Pyongyang ICBM test
Replaces earlier story 'US lawmaker to protest if Duterte visits White House'
James McGovern says Duterte’s human rights record should prevent him from the White House
Rodrigo Duterte visits troops still in midst of fighting Daesh-linked Maute group in southern city
18 men, 9 women, 1 child among dead in Himachal Pradesh
No injuries reported
Seoul police announce investigation into whether woman known in South Korea as Lim Ji-hyun was abducted
Zakir Naik's passport was revoked after the 51-year-old failed to respond to a showcause notice issued to him for personal appearance by July 13.
Foreign nationals members of loan shark syndicate victimizing gambling addicts, police say
Xi Jinping calls for Israel to halt settlements on occupied Palestine territory
Government says investigation 'less than constructive' in face of evidence of widespread killing, rape
Rescuers struggled to pull survivors from the rubble of the three-storey building in the southern city of Karachi.
With new solar projects, Zorlu will increase solar capacity in Pakistan to 300 megawatts
An Indian army officer was shot dead overnight by one of his own troops, the military said Tuesday.