There was an outpouring of condolences from leaders around the world on Saturday after the death of former UN Secretary General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan.
Iran’s navy has mounted a locally built advanced defensive weapons system on one of its warships for the first time, the Iranian navy chief was quoted as saying on Saturday, as tensions mount with the US military in the Gulf.
Italy mourned the victims of the collapse of a motorway bridge in the northern city of Genoa with a state funeral on Saturday, as rescue workers kept searching for the last few unaccounted people buried in the rubble.
China on Saturday rejected what it called an “irresponsible” Pentagon report claiming Beijing’s bombers are likely training for strikes against US and allied targets in the Pacific.
India deployed thousands of soldiers and dozens of helicopters to rescue people marooned by the worst floods in a century in the southern state of Kerala, where the death toll of 186 people as of Saturday could rise fast as rains continue.
Religious matters in China cannot be controlled by foreigners, Beijing’s senior most official for religion wrote in a Communist Party journal, amid talks with the Vatican to resolve a dispute over the appointment of Catholic bishops.
Patay ang itinuturing na utak sa jailbreak sa Bacoor City nang masukol at manlaban sa mga pulis na tumutugis sa kanya.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday sent a message of condolences to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres following the death of the former head of the world body Kofi Annan.
Patay ang dalawang pulis na hinihinalang sangkot sa ilegal na droga matapos maka-engkwentro ang mga awtoridad sa Zamboanga City nitong Sabado ng hapon.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 remained crowded Saturday aftermoon, hours after the reopening of the runway earlier closed when a Xiamen airplane skidded off the runway.