The president claimed the beauty of local women was behind the high rate of rape in Davao City.
“We carried out a survey, millions responded and believe that in [the] future, summertime should be year-round," said Jean-Claude Juncker, the EU Commission's president.
Cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad published in Europe have sparked backlash in recent years.
Ricketson was found guilty on two charges of espionage following a six-day trial, and his lawyer plans on requesting a royal pardon from Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni.
Russia's top diplomat warned the U.S. "not to play with fire" as Moscow rallied forces in support of the Syrian regime.
“The selection of an athlete today is largely based on a coach or coaches’ experience…even the best coach makes [a] mistake,” a government researcher said.
Hisateru Soejima, 53, was trying to take photos when he slipped into the sea.
A claim was made that three children suffered sexual abuse at the hands of shelter workers responsible for their care.
A private hire tank ride on the St. Petersburg waterfront went horribly wrong when two children fell under the tracks.
“To the thinking person, there are few things more disconcerting than a tweet by the U.S. president,” a "China Daily" editorial said.
Weak nations “are erased from history, while the strong, for good or for ill, survive,” the prime minister said.
The 17-year-old, identified only as Khadija, had been kidnapped at knife-point while visiting her mother.
The defense secretary said the U.S. must support efforts so "the Syrian people can establish a new government that is not led by Assad."
Authorities will be able to punish strip club owners who do not follow the new mandate.
"Most people dance as badly as Theresa May. Most people know not to be filmed dancing."
Trump frequently uses trade as a foreign policy tool.
“There’s a fear that Argentina is looking a lot like Turkey. The problems on paper seem to be similar,” an expert told Newsweek.
"The safety and security of U.S. citizens overseas is one of our highest priorities," a State Department official said.
After the U.S. defense secretary said Iran was "on notice," the Islamic Republic's top general warned any attacking forces would "pay a heavy price."
“These kinds of people [criminals], you cannot treat them as if they were normal human beings, OK?” Brazil’s presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro said.
Migration has become one of the most contentious and salient political issues in Europe.
The IAEA stated that its observers had access “to all the sites and locations in Iran which it needed to visit" under the agreement’s framework.
Nineteen skulls, a scalp, and bones were returned during the ceremony which took place in a church in Berlin.
Protests began Sunday in Chemnitz, Germany, following the death of a 35-year-old German man who was stabbed during a fight.
There are increased fears that Russia, Syria and Iran are plotting an assault on the last major rebel stronghold in Syria, Idlib, where many civilians still live.
Russia has said the United States and its Western allies could amass the forces needed to attack Syria in just over a day, claiming they were preparing to do so under the false pretense of a staged chemical attack.
On average, a South Korean consumes about 181 cups of coffee per year, which is the highest in any Asian country.
Earlier in the week, reports claimed U.S. officials had sought to establish dialogue with Moscow ahead of the State Department's new sanctions.
Conservative MP Anna Soubry said a wave of new Conservative Party members may wish to “topple the leader and wreck its policies.”
Macron has routinely criticized France’s reluctance to reform and praised the “Nordic model” as one he aspires to transform his country to follow.