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World News Today
World News Today is a current affairs news programme, produced by BBC News presented on Friday-Sundays with Philippa Thomas, Karin Giannone & Kasia Madera.
Bombers, boats, dredgers: China's relentless pressure is wearing down regional competitors...
1 day ago
With military flights, maritime militia patrols and sand dredging, China is pressuring Taiwan, the Philippines and other Southeast Asian neighbors.......
Hidden human rights crises threaten post-Covid global security – Amnesty...
4 days ago
‘Crises will multiply’ if escalating repression by governments under pretext of pandemic ignored, says secretary generalNeglected human rights crises around the world have the potential to undermine already precarious global security as governments continue to use Covid as a cover to push authoritarian agendas, Amnesty International has warned.The organisation said ignoring escalating hotspots for human rights violations and allowing states to perpetrate abuses with impunity could jeopardise efforts to rebuild after the pandemic. Continue reading.........
Philippines captures suspected Indonesian would-be bomber
The Philippine military says troops and police have captured a suspected Indonesian would-be suicide bomber they believed is involved in an imminent plot to attack a southern town...
Philippines teachers start call centre to help remote learners
Worried that remote schooling could become a struggle, a local authority in the Philippines has set up a makeshift call centre staffed by dozens of teachers to make sure students don't fall behind in class. The temporary call centre opened in the capital Manila on Monday staffed by 70 people who have been busy answering hundreds of daily queries by phone, email and instant messenger, as students get to grips with virtual learning. Schools across the Philippines have been closed since March to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 330,000 people locally, with over 6,000 deaths....
‘Hold me responsible’: Philippines president Duterte would ‘gladly’ to go jail over drug killings
The Philippine president has said he could be held responsible for the thousands of killings under his anti-drugs crackdown and was ready to face charges that could land him in jail, except crimes against humanity...
Philippines President Takes Responsibility Thousands Deaths - Telegraph
president takes responsibility thousands deaths
Philippines arrests woman suspected of planning suicide attack
Arrest of Indonesian woman follows a series of deadly bombings in Jolo in the southern Philippines....
Riot at New Bilibid prison in the Philippines leaves nine inmates dead
The pre-dawn fight broke out in suburban Manila's New Bilibid Prison, the country's largest, which holds more than 28,000 convicts in a complex designed for around 6,000....
Philippines: Remittances decline year-on-year in August
Intel Comet Lake release date, news and features
Right now it looks like Intel's Comet Lake is going to be the follow-up to Coffee Lake Refresh. But, what will Intel Comet Lake look like?...
Trump news - live: President mocks Biden for listening to scientists as rally crowd chant ‘lock him up’
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Brexit news – live: EU ‘expects deadlock to last days’ as PM urged to strike side-deal to avoid drug shortages
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