He also expresses concern about escalating violence in the east region of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos condemned on Sunday a bombing attack by "foreign terrorists" on a Catholic mass in the southern Philippines that left at least three people dead.
"I condemn in the strongest possible terms the senseless and most heinous acts perpetrated by foreign terrorists upon the Mindanao State University (MSU) and Marawi communities early this Sunday morning," Marcos said in a statement.
Russia still controls roughly a quarter of the country after Ukraine failed to meet expectations with its summer-time counteroffensive not producing major breakthroughs
Spokesperson says authorities gave an ultimatum to the mother of the opposition leader to agree to a secret funeral
A PTI leader says he challenged the appointment of Chief Election Commissioner and other members of the Election Commission
More than 3,000 people have been evacuated from their homes to transport the bomb that weighs around 500kg
The measures target Mir payment system, financial institutions and its military industrial base
Nathaniel Veltman ran over five members of a family of Pakistan origin in Ontario, in 2021, killing four of them
They were executed by multiple gunshots to the back in Ghazni city in front of thousands of people, including the families of the convicts' victims