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Cubans sign ‘oath’ to Castro’s revolution

Cubans sign ‘oath’ to Castro’s revolution

By Agence France-Presse In hundreds of schools, hospitals and public buildings, Cubans signed a "solemn oath" on Monday to defend the revolution following the death…

Law enforcement officials are seen searching inside of a parking garage on the campus of Ohio State University as they respond to an active shooting in Columbus, Ohio, November 28, 2016. (AFP PHOTO / Paul Vernon / MANILA BULLETIN)

Ohio campus attacker identified as Somali student

By Agence France-Presse A university student, reportedly of Somali descent, rammed his car Monday into a crowd of people at Ohio State University and attacked…

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on the first day of the Conservative party annual conference at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, central England, on October 2, 2016. Britain’s governing Conservative Party meets for its annual conference from Sunday facing questions over how and when it will take the country out of the European Union following the Brexit vote. (AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF) | Manila Bulletin

British PM says Brexit keeps her awake at night

by PNA/Xinhua London — Theresa May admitted Sunday that of all of the challenges she faces as Britain’s prime minister, it is Brexit that keeps…


Smoke billows following air strikes by regime forces on rebel positions during intense fighting in Aleppo. (AFP PHOTO / GEORGE OURFALIAN) | Manila Bulletin

Syria rebels lose all of northeast Aleppo

By Agence France Presse Syria's rebels lost all the northern neighbourhoods of their stronghold in east Aleppo on Monday, as the army gained significant ground…

Investigators previously announced the detentions of 13 people after the accident (NDTV | MANILA BULLETIN)

China detains 9 managers after plant collapse kills 74

By Associated Press BEIJING — Chinese authorities have detained nine executives responsible for a power plant where 74 workers were killed when an under-construction cooling…