Philippines bus crash kills at least 24 – local media
19 April 2017 | 5:08 am
A bus crash in a northern mountain range of the Philippines kills at least 24 people, local media report.
July 17, 2023
July 22, 2023
July 24, 2023
August 7, 2023
Cambodia's authoritarian prime minister and his party face little opposition in upcoming elections and access to free media in the country remains restricted.
Authorities said the children who spent more than 40 days in the Amazon jungle after a plane crash in early May are doing well now. They appeared emaciated in photos taken shortly after they were found.
The probe into thousands of killings in the "war on drugs" will continue, after the International Criminal Court rejected an appeal from the Philippines. The move was hailed by human rights groups.
The refusal comes days after the ICC said it would relaunch its probe into an anti-drug crackdown that killed thousands. Manila and the ICC are at loggerheads over the question of jurisdiction.
Justice Minister Kiri Allan was charged with reckless driving and offered her resignation after speaking with the prime minister. Allan acknowledged she needed to take care of her mental health.
A tense confrontation between a Philippine vessel and China’s coast guard took place in the highly disputed South China Sea over the Second Thomas Shoal.
A recent incident in the South China Sea involving the Chinese coast guard and a Philippine resupply mission has aggravated tensions between the two countries.
An internet shutdown along with a deepening divide among Meitei and Kuki communities in India's Manipur state have led to skewed news coverage, misinformation and journalists walking on eggshells. DW takes a closer look.
From Russia's Luna-25 and India's Chandrayaan-3 to future NASA-ESA Artemis missions, moon landings are risky — same as it was for Apollo 11 in 1969.
The russian warlord at the head of Wagner mercenary group who had been courting African nations who'd been turning away from their traditional colonial allies, is reported dead. A chaotic day at the polls in Zimbabwe leads opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to cry foul. And the BRICS leaders agree to expand the bloc at the emerging economies summit
U.S. President Joe Biden told reporters on Wednesday that reports saying Russian mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was listed as a passenger on a private jet that crashed was not surprising.
3 hours ago
Presidential elections in Egypt will take place from December 10 to 12. President Abdel Fattah al Sisi is running for a third term which outcome is predictable, even more now that the election campaign has been overshadowed by the Gaza war. But also because no serious other candidate is facing him, as lamented by human rights defenders.
5 hours ago
As emerging technologies like artificial intelligence transform industries, Europe's largest economy is eager to catch up with the US and China. Will it succeed?
5 hours ago
As world leaders meet at the UN climate summit in Dubai, a new report shows that carbon emissions are set to hit a record high, with the potential to make climate change worse and fuel more destructive, extreme weather.
5 hours ago
8 hours ago
In 1995, Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 mostly Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica. Men who were directly or indirectly involved in the massacre hold key positions in Serbia's political and economic spheres.
Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox every day of the week. Stay informed with the Guardian’s leading coverage of Nigerian and world news, business, technology and sports.