An Estonian tourist is pleading to be rescued after spending more than 100 days living in an airport due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he will “have to be very circumspect in reopening the economy” given the recent spike in coronavirus cases.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday told citizens not to fear a new anti-terrorism law, addressing for the first time the controversial legislation that has unnerved rights groups over potential violations of civil liberties. The mercurial leader last week signed the anti-terrorism bill, prompting rights groups to stage protests and lawyers to question the law before the Supreme Court. "For the law-abiding citizen of this country, I am addressing you with all sincerity, do not be afraid if you are not a terrorist," he said in a televised national address mainly to update Filipinos on the coronavirus outbreak.
Large groups amassed in Quezon City outside the station's headquarters on June 6 holding signs which read, "defend press freedom."
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Weekly esports guide (6 - 13 July): Singapore Premier League goes virtual, Valorant SEA Invitational
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