Jane Fonda arrested in climate protest at US Capitol

Oscar-winner Jane Fonda was arrested Friday outside the US Capitol where she was protesting climate change and demanding action to protect the environment. The 81-year-old film star, longtime activist and exercise guru was taken into custody with several others after...

After mixed messages, US piles pressure on Turkey

Facing a backlash for appearing to greenlight Turkey’s assault against Kurdish forces in Syria, President Donald Trump on Friday dialed up pressure on America’s NATO ally by threateningcrippling sanctions. The United States was moving to quash accusations...

Poor oxygen levels caused fish kills: BFAR

Poor levels of dissolved oxygen and higher levels of ammonia and phosphates than the standard level caused the recent fish kills off the coastal areas of Las Piñas and Parañaque cities. On Oct. 10, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)...

Pentagon agrees to send 3,000 troops to Saudi Arabia

After the United States accused Iran of attacking Saudi Arabia's oil facilities behind the scenes, the Pentagon today agreed to send 3,000 troops and military equipment to Saudi Arabia to help Saudi Arabia strengthen its defense. Agence France-Presse reported that the...

Traditional Zoro Friendly Relationship

The full text of the personal pen name in the Korean Democratic Shipbuilding section, Traditional Zoro Friendship, which is sublimated and developed, is as follows. October 12 this year marks the 71st year of diplomatic relations between our country and Rossi Union....

New National Leaders Election in Cuba

On the 10th, the 9th special meeting of the People's Democratic People's Conference was held in Cuba. Representatives of the People's Democratic People's Assembly participated in the meeting. At the meeting, a new national leadership was elected. Miguel Mario Dias...

PH Marines testing new amphibious assault vehicles

The Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) is familiarizing itself with the newly acquired and state-of-the-art amphibious assault vehicles (AAVs) that are now participating in military drills. PMC spokesperson Capt. Felix Serapio said four out of the eight AAVs acquired from...

Brace for ‘Hagibis’, Pinoys in Japan told

Filipinos in Japan are urged to brace for Super Typhoon Hagibis, which is expected to bring heavy rains, strong winds, high waves, and storm surges as it makes landfall there this weekend. "The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), through the Philippine Embassy in...