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US to return 3 bells seized from Philippines a century ago

The United States is to return three church bells seized by U.S. troops as war trophies from the Philippines more than a century ago in a move long demanded by Filipino leaders, including the current..
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U.S. And Philippines To End 117-Year-Old Feud As Church Bells Return

This week the United States and the Philippines end a 117-year-old feud. Church bells carted off by American soldiers during the U.S.-Philippines War will be formally handed in at a Manila air base.
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Thousands rally against Duterte's proposed martial law extension [Video]Thousands rally against Duterte's proposed martial law extension  00:49

Activists marched to the presidential palace in Manila on International Human Rights Day to protest against President Rodrigo Duterte's proposed extension of martial law in Mindanao.

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Activists protest Duterte's planned extension of martial law in southern Philippines [Video]Activists protest Duterte's planned extension of martial law in southern Philippines  01:15

Around a thousand activists marched to the presidential palace in Manila on International Human Rights Day, to protest against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's proposed extension of..

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Activists protest Duterte's planned extension of martial law in southern Philippines [Video]Activists protest Duterte's planned extension of martial law in southern Philippines  01:15

Around a thousand activists marched to the presidential palace in Manila on International Human Rights Day, to protest against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's proposed extension of martial law..

Credit: Reuters Studio - Published

Demonstrators Oppose Duterte's Proposal to Expand Martial Law in Philippines [Video]Demonstrators Oppose Duterte's Proposal to Expand Martial Law in Philippines  24:56

Protesters gathered outside the Philippine Senate on December 10 after the country’s president asked Congress to extend the declaration of martial law for another year. Rappler reported that the..

Credit: Rumble - Published

Demonstrators Oppose Duterte's Proposal to Expand Martial Law in Philippines [Video]Demonstrators Oppose Duterte's Proposal to Expand Martial Law in Philippines  24:56

Protesters gathered outside the Philippine Senate on December 10 after the country’s president asked Congress to extend the declaration of martial law for another year.Rappler reported that the..

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Motorcyclist and Bus Driver Rescue Kitten from Busy Road in Quezon City [Video]Motorcyclist and Bus Driver Rescue Kitten from Busy Road in Quezon City  01:00

A motorcyclist helped to rescue a kitten from a busy road in Quezon city in the Philippines on December 3. The kitten was being moved off the road by a bus driver when Kristian Nabus intervened and put..

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World’s Best China-Focused Property Marketers Named & Honoured at Global Chinese Choice Awards by Juwai.com

Twenty of the world’s very best China-focused real estate marketers were named as winners of the Global Chinese Choice Award by Juwai.com at a gala black-tie dinner event in Shanghai on Wednesday, 5..
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Asian shares fall as Huawei arrest imperils China-US truce

SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets were broadly lower Monday after China protested the arrest of a senior executive of Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei who is suspected of trying to evade U.S...
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Duterte seeks martial law extension in southern Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has asked Congress to extend martial law in the country's south by another year amid continuing concerns over possible militant attacks, although democracy..
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Philippines: Will the central bank pause policy tightening? - ING

Prakash Sakpal, Economist at ING, suggests that the stage is set for the Philippines’ central bank to keep its policy on hold when it meets next week even though a surprisingly steep drop in..
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US priest accused of abuse in the Philippines

The U.S. attorney for Ohio's southern district says an American priest accused of sexual abuse in the Philippines lived with multiple boys and insisted they bathe with him. (Dec. 6)
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U.S. Catholic Priest Charged With Sexually Abusing Boys In Philippines

The Rev. Kenneth Hendricks faces charges in Ohio — where he was previously based — of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, a federal crime.
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U.S. priest held on "shocking" sex abuse allegations in Philippines

Rev. Kenneth Bernard Hendricks allegedly told altar boy victims they'd be sent to prison is they went to the authorities
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Kill bishops, Filipino president suggests (Daily Telegraph)

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has escalated his attacks on the country’s Catholic hierarchy, describing bishops as “useless fools.” Duterte told a crowd at the presidential palace:..
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In Philippines, bishop leads planting of 2,000 trees (CBCP News)

“This is the response of our local Church to Pope Francis’s Laudato si’,” said Bishop Socrates Mesiona of Puerto Princesa, located on the island of Palawan (map).
Credit: Catholic Culture - Published

Philippines to deport wanted US priest (Reuters)

The Department of Homeland Security sought the extradition of Father Kenneth Hendricks, 77, who has lived in the Philippines for 37 years and has been indicted by an Ohio court for multiple instances..
Credit: Catholic Culture - Published

Trump's trade tweets not only threatened Asian markets this week but invited China to come save the day with a surprising and unorthodox message of trust

trump's trade tweets not only threatened asian markets this week but invited china to come save the day with a surprising and unorthodox message of trust
· China's reticent Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) intervened in declining Asian markets Wednesday, with a surprise message of trust, during the increasingly opaque trade war truce supposedly delivered..
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