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Duterte slams top Philippine tourist island as 'cesspool'
The Philippines' famous white-sand island destination Boracay is drowning in faeces and may need to be shut down to protect the health of millions of visitors, President Rodrigo Duterte has warned.
Iran denies Israeli 'lies', says Syria acting in 'self-defence'
Iran denounced Israeli "lies" on Saturday and said Syria had the right to "legitimate self-defence" in response to Israeli air strikes launched after an alleged drone incursion into its territory.
IMF chief urges Arab states to slash spending
Kenya-born French long distance runner, Abraham Kiprotich, wins the 3rd Access Bank Lagos City Marathon returning 2hrs 15mins o4secs, while Ilya Pam wins the indigenous race with 2hrs 27mins.
Turkey to stop accepting Syrian refugees
Turkish Interior Ministry on Friday said it has stopped issuing new permits to Syrian refugees who apply for residing in Istanbul, the most populous city in Turkey.
Kim Jong Un invites South Korea's Moon to Pyongyang
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited the South's President Moon Jae-in for a summit in Pyongyang Saturday, Seoul said, even as the US warned against falling for Pyongyang's Olympic charm offensive.
Philippines' Duterte cancels Canada Bell helicopter deal
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday abruptly cancelled a US$235 million contract to buy 16 helicopters from Canada after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government ordered a review over human rights concerns.
Taiwan rescue workers pull more bodies from quake rubble
After hours of painstaking search efforts, Taiwanese rescue workers pulled two more bodies from the flattened remains of a hotel Friday, bringing the death toll from a deadly 6.4-magnitude quake to 12.
Kim Jong Un's sister arrives in South Korea for historic visit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister landed in the South Friday, the first member of Pyongyang's ruling dynasty to set foot in its rival since the Korean War.
US says attacks on Syrian civilians 'must end now'
The United States demanded Thursday that the Syrian regime and Russian forces put an end to their latest round of air strikes and alleged chemical attacks against besieged civilians.
ICC to probe alleged crimes in Philippines, Venezuela
The prosecutor at the International Criminal Court Thursday (ICC) launched initial probes into alleged crimes against humanity during the "war on drugs" in the Philippines and political upheaval in Venezuela.
Kim Jong-Un's sister to visit South Korea in historic first
The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un will visit the South this week for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Seoul said Wednesday -- the first member of its ruling family ever to do so.
Rescuers scour toppled buildings after Taiwan quake kills five
Rescue workers pulled survivors and bodies from buildings tilting precariously in the Taiwanese city of Hualien Wednesday, after an overnight earthquake killed at least five, injured more than 200 and left dozens missing.