Legal and political experts agree that President Rodrigo Duterte has basis for rescinding concession agreements with water concessionaires, but he cannot arbitrarily do so.
The third and final day of AdAsia 2019 belonged to Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. She kept the packed hall spellbound during her one-hour lecture, describing Pakistan as the friendliest country.
The Financial Times (FT) has named detained Sen. Leila de Lima as one of its 16 “most influential” women of the year together with climate activist Greta Thunberg.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) yesterday reported that Philippine law enforcers were involved in the rape of women targeted in the drug war.
Chileans are increasingly turning to bikes to get to work after weeks of rioting have hobbled Santiago’s metro system, destroyed hundreds of stop lights and left broken glass and debris littering its once-orderly streets.
From quiet beginnings just a few weeks ago, The Rapist is You! – the creation of four performance artists from a Chilean feminist group – has turned into a mighty global roar against sexual violence.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said yesterday that nationwide strikes in the public sector would not weaken his resolve to reform the pension system, but promised that workers would be spared a brutal transition to the new regime.
An Indonesian anti-corruption investigator, who was partially blinded in an acid attack in 2017, said yesterday a new law governing the country’s anti-graft agency could unleash a spike in corruption in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.