The World Archive

Japan to provide 1 Trillion Yen. Investments and ODA over five years.

Japan offers help. * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Is Arum shielding Pacquiao from Crawford? Pacquiao’s fights being kept outside the US. Boxing circles question Horn’s worthiness.

Crawford denies demanding $7 million. * * * * * * * * * * *

NATO bolstering its presence in Europe Russian activities cause security concerns. Permanent presence of troops envisaged.

NATO spreading across Europe. * * * * * * * * * * * *

PH needs to expand circle of allies: Russia. World powers show interest in strategic partnerships. Russia offers reliable and unconditional, close friendship.

Russia offers friendship. * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Gang war in Brazil prison kills 60. Inmates burnt alive, decapitated. Control of drugs behind the gang wars.

Prison carnage. * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

China upgrades renminbi. Importance of dollar eroded. 11 currencies added to basket of 13

China strengthens currency basket. * * * * * * * * * * * *

Government peace panel attends NPA meet. Top communist consultants also present. 48th anniversary of CPP in Davao City.

Peace is not close. * * * * * * * * * * * *

Mexican teenager’s Birthday invitation gets1.3 million acceptances. Video invitation goes viral over Facebook. Behold the power of social media.

A birthday blown out of proportion. * * * * * * * * * *

Apology a must from UN rapporteur: Yasay :: Unauthenticated allegation has maligned the nation’s name.

Apology is owed to the people of the Philippines. * * * * * * *

OPEC-14: Now, cuts by non-OPEC producers 558,000 barrels a day to be cut

Non-OPEC producers to support OPEC. * * * * * * * * * * *

Duterte to NPA: Do not destroy Communications/Energy Installations :: Declare perpetual ceasefire first

Do not destroy common many pays for it. Umrao Singh Written for: Lars-Magnus Carlsson

Cotabato bans firecrackers. Move welcomed by religious advocates. Prior permission made mandatory.

Cotabato Mayor bans firecrackers. Umrao Singh Written for: Lars-Magnus Carlsson Friday, 09 December 2016

Cherry Pie Picache disturbed :: Speaks out against the death Penalty

Cherry pie wants a pro-life policy. Umrao Singh In a world full of criminals, drug

Pedophile lynched by parents. Attack on habitual sexual predator.

Ex-Convict Pedophile continued his sexual assault. Since times immemorial the community has been riddled with several

OPEC cuts production. Production set at 32.5 million barrels per day

Targets of oil production cut by OPEC. The Asian markets made a sort of recovery on

PH proposes China to lead economic development :: Regional countries expected to cooperate

China to lead economic cooperation in the region. President Rodrigo Duterte is a person who can

EDCA is here to stay Yasay informs Kerry

EDCA to remain After all the commotion and threats regarding the willingness of the government of

Trump targets Filipino illegals :: Up to 4 million Pinoys without documents

illegals to be deported It is a protest that is picking up steam slowly but surely!

Travel advisory issued by US Embassy :: Risk of kidnappings in south Cebu

Kidnappings likely in Cebu The souring of the long-term alliance between the United States and the

Are the US – PH ties still firm? Will US intervene militarily, if China attacks?

US – PH ties are undergoing a testing time. Relationships that have been continuing since a

Duterte will stop cussing :: Includes God in his story

Duterte has decided to stop cussing. With each passing day, the drama of this fantastic country

The Japan visit :: Tirade against the US continues – Foolish and silly: says Duterte

Japan visit is for economic issues. The President of the Philippines is a driven man; rather,

Are the foreign investors jittery? Is it the right path to take?

Are the investors worried by the course being adopted by the Filipino government? The current developments

The China visit and the storm :: P700 billion investments promised by China

China visit brings investments. While President Duterte was on his exploratory state visit to the newly-formed