Manila

'french Spiderman' Faces Home Invasion Charges After Unauthorised Climb In Germany - Photo

Earlier this year, the climber was detained in Manila on charges related to "alarms and scandal and other forms of trespass" after he ascended one of the tallest buildings in the Philippine capital.
Related topics: Germany, World Photos, Philippines

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Manila-based Payments Processing Startup Paymongo Raises $2.7 Million In Seed Funding

Manila-based financial tech startup PayMongo has raised $2.7 million in seed funding to give merchants in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian markets simple ways to set up online payments. Investors included Founders Fund, Peter Thiel and...
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Duterte Suspends Loan Talks With States Supporting Un Resolution On Rights In Philippines

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - In July, the UN Human Rights Council endorsed an Iceland-sponsored resolution, which demanded a report on the human rights situation in the Philippines. Manila strongly rejected the resolution.
Related topics: Human Rights, Philippines, Russia, Moscow, Iceland

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Students Demand Change In Vast Global Climate Strike

Children across Asia and the Pacific kicked off what are set to be the largest global climate protests in history Friday, demanding adults act now to stop environmental disaster. From Sydney to Seoul, Manila to Mumbai, children heeded the rallying...
Related topics: Protests, Australia, South Korea, Seoul, Philippines, Mumbai, India

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A Filipino Battleground Of The China-us Cool War - Aei - American Enterprise Institute: Freedom,...

What happens to small states on the front lines of a decaying international order? We can get a good sense by looking at the Philippines. The last three years have seen a depressing erosion of Manila’s relationship with the U.S., and a...
Related topics: China, Philippines

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Philippine Capital Jolted By Quake

An earthquake that struck east of the Philippine capital Manila on Friday set buildings swaying and sent scores into the streets, but authorities said they did not expect any damage.
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Us Woman Arrested At Manila Airport With Baby Hidden In Bag

An American woman who attempted to carry a 6-day-old baby out of the Philippines hidden inside a sling bag has been arrested at Manila's airport and charged with human trafficking, officials said Thursday.They said Jennifer Erin Talbot was able to...
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‘any Suggestion?’ Duterte Asks After Xi Reaffirms Sea Claims

Philippine leader admits he’s short of solutions for getting China to adhere to Manila’s arbitration victory in South China Sea disputes and says Xi told him flatly: “We will not budge”
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Philippine Trust In China Has Hit 1-year Low Over Maritime Incidents

Sino-Philippine ties are showing signs of cooling since the two countries made friends in 2016, according to a recent survey on how much Filipinos trust their powerful Asian neighbor.Social Weather Stations, the Metro Manila research institution...
Related topics: China, Polls, Philippines

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Is Manila Worth American Lives?

Doug Bandow Security, Asia-Pacific The Philippines might be a nice place to visit. But it isn’t a nation whose security America should guarantee. Washington policymakers treat allies like Facebook friends, the more the merrier. Montenegro or the...
Related topics: Philippines, Facebook, Social Media, Montenegro

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Summer Power Rankings

from Luke Fox of Sportsnet, While there’s still plenty of time to tinker and trade, and a Manila envelope is stuffed with unsettled arbitration cases, some clubs have improved for the better and others have taken a step back — on...
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Illegal Japanese Manga Site Manager Arrested In The Philippines

A man who ran an illegal online manga comic library read by around 100 million people each month has been arrested in Manila, Philippine authorities said Tuesday. Romi Hoshino, 28, managed “Manga Mura” (Manga village), which shut down on...
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Philippine President Duterte Warns 'sons Of B**ches' Against Impeaching Him

Duterte, who is widely known for his crude remarks, this time used stern language amid accusations that he is siding with Beijing with respect to an incident on 9 June, when a Chinese vessel sank a Filipino fishing boat inside Manila’s Exclusive...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Philippines

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'baaaaaaaaa Bye': Manila Succeeds In Sending Back Tonnes Of Trash To Canada

Waste dumps have been a contentious issue in Manila-Ottawa bilateral ties for the past few years with Manila repeatedly urging the North American country to take back its trash falsely labelled as “recyclables”. Canada, however, turned a deaf...
Related topics: Philippines, Canada, Ottawa

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Some Of The Top Secret Ways Submarines Helped Win World War Ii

Warfare History Network Security, Europe Especially in the Pacific. Sunsets over Manila Bay are nothing less than spectacular. Once  the sun dips below the horizon there is a lingering illumination known as “blue hour” as the sky gradually...
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Duterte Vows To Send Tonnes Of Trash To Canada After Threatening To Declare War

Relations between the two states took a hit after Canada sent 103 containers of garbage, falsely labelled recyclable, to Manila between 2013 and 2014. Ottawa has so far failed to address the issue, merely promising to never repeat the same mistake.
Related topics: Canada, Philippines, Ottawa

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Urcc Video: Philippines Wins 3-on-3 Brawl Vs China, Zamboanga, Striegl Keep Belts

URCC hosted an insane 3-on-3 spectacle in the middle of other legitimate MMA bouts. URCC: Raw Fury was hosted Saturday night in Manila, and while they had five title fights that featured some of the Philippines’ top fighters, it was their insane...
Related topics: World Videos, Philippines, China

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Getting Serious In The Privacy Wars

A three-hour drive north of the Philippine capital Manila, local leaders have drawn a line in the sand against a swelling tide of scuttlebutt and innuendo. They outlawed gossip. In a world awash with fake news and online rumors, more than half a...
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Frantic Hunt For Survivors After Deadly 6.3 Philippine Earthquake And Over 400 Aftershocks

Philippine rescuers were scrambling Tuesday to reach dozens of people feared buried under a building near Manila that collapsed a day earlier in a powerful earthquake, as the death toll climbed to 11. The 6.3 magnitude quake struck northwest of the...
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Five Killed As Buildings Collapse In Strong Philippine Quake

At least five people were killed when buildings collapsed near Manila after a powerful earthquake set skyscrapers swaying and drove terrified locals into the street.
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