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MANILA (AFP): Philippine president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said Thursday (May 26) he would uphold an international ruling against Beijing over the disputed South China Sea, insisting he would not let China trample on Manila's maritime rights.
NEW YORK, May 25 (Xinhua) -- A staggering 83 percent of Americans think the United States has gone off the rails amid record high inflation, shortages of baby formula, sky-high gas prices and mass shootings, revealed a new survey released on Tuesday.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Whoever wins Colombia's presidency will face a divided congress and likely street protests, which will complicate efforts to carry out badly-needed fiscal and social reforms, analysts and politicians said.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will position itself as an impartial arbiter while hosting this year's COP27 U.N. climate summit, as it pushes other nations to act on climate pledges while promoting the interests of the developing world, a senior Egyptian official said.
PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - After making it through the spring planting season, sometimes with the help of bulletproof vests and helmets, Ukraine's farmers are facing another challenge – finding enough diesel for the harvest to come.
“Perception is real, the truth is not,” former first lady Imelda Marcos once infamously claimed. The philosopher Theodor Adorno once described modern politics as a struggle between “mythos” (subjective-mythical thinking) and “logos” (factual-logical reasoning).
Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticised Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.”
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean President Guillermo Lasso's efforts to combat insecurity and economic problems amid rising violence and fierce legislative opposition are falling short, putting at risk foreign investment, according to analysts and residents.
MANILA (AP): Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticised Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, "I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.”