Duterte made his comments while paving the way for what he calls a new commercial alliance.
Authorities shuttered three underground studios the models used for their online photographs.
War Child's Colin Walker proposes bold actions the U.K. government could take in Syria.
In interview with Russian site, Syrian leader called city a "springboard" to liberate other areas.
Europe lost the 41st Ryder Cup.
Faldo is considered the greatest Ryder Cup competitor.
The latest airstrikes are part of a military strategy to empty Aleppo of civilians, writes Amnesty's Diana Semaan.
The 2016 Ryder Cup begins Friday.
The Scot captained Europe to success in 2010.
The Tony-winning director of the musical phenomenon talks with Newsweek about the show's expansion and versatility, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda's hair.
The bombardment comes as the Syrian army prepares a supporting ground assault.
The strike also killed nine rebel fighters in the town of Khan Touman, NGO and monitors said.
Dozens of strikes in or around Aleppo left at least 32 people dead after the ceasefire ended.
The "regime of calm" came to an end at midnight on Monday.
Guardiola's City face United on Saturday.
New talks between John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov ended without agreement.
Alexander Fishenko was sentenced to ten years for working as a Russian spy.
Washington and Moscow could combine forces to coordinate strikes against extremist groups.
Technology exists to help food products out of containers, but getting soap out is much harder.
The U.S. activist, who won a landmark court case for equal marriage, finds hope in a child's attitude to love.