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Hollande Addresses Climate Change in Philippines

Hollande Addresses Climate Change in Philippines

Thursday French President Francois Hollande visited Manila, Philippines for the purpose of addressing climate change. Hollande said during a press conference there that the Philippines are geographically located to “best embody climate disruption in the world.” The reason for this contention by the French President is, as he acknowledges, climate change is now a scientifically […]

Pope Francis Welcomed by Filipinos in Papal Frenzy

Pope Francis Welcomed by Filipinos in Papal Frenzy

Pope Francis arrived in the Philippines on Thursday, Jan. 15, and was welcomed by tens of thousands of Filipinos lining the streets of the country’s capital, Manila, in a papal frenzy. People waited for hours ahead of the pontiff’s arrival to have a view of his motorcade as it traveled from Pasay City’s Villamor Airbase to […]

Treasure Hunters Killed by Electrocution

Treasure Hunters Killed by Electrocution

Four men who were thought to be treasure hunters were killed after being electrocuted on Friday while they were digging out a tunnel in the Cebu city of Danao. It is believed that the four men were electrocuted and then fell into the tunnel. This is according to a dzBB radio broadcast by Kit Matos […]

Philippine Residents Glad They Evacuated

Philippine Residents Glad They Evacuated

Philippine residents were glad that they evacuated their homes in search of safer housing until Typhoon Hagupit passes. According to residents, after last year’s Typhoon Haiyan they were not willing to take any chances and sought higher grounds in order to secure the safety of, both their lives and the lives of their families and […]

Typhoon Hits Philippines Massively

Typhoon Hits Philippines Massively

The Philippines have been undergoing tremendous destruction as a massive typhoon hits the island again this year. Typhoon Hagupit started its raging explosion late Saturday with extremely strong winds and rains across the country. It started landfall from a town of Dolores on the eastern coastline of Samar, and kept on moving westward until it […]

Typhoon Hagupit Forces Evacuation Along Eastern Philippines

Typhoon Hagupit Forces Evacuation Along Eastern Philippines

Typhoon Hagupit, also known as Typhoon Ruby has caused more than half a million people to be evacuated along eastern coast of Philippines. One year ago Typhoon Haiyan wrecked the city of Tacloban, killing thousands. It is unfortunate that such residents are dealing with the same problem so soon, but fortunately no casualties have yet to […]

Abu Sayyaf Returns to the Philippines

Abu Sayyaf Returns to the Philippines

The return of the Islamic terrorist group Abu Sayyaf in the southern islands of the Philippines seems to coincide with the U.S. decision to disband a key anti-terrorism group there. The anti-terror unit, the Joint Special Operations Task Force Philippines, or JSOTF-P, was established in 2001 to work alongside Philippine security forces. After fighting Abu […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 28, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 28, 2014

  The world news daily digest update from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 28, 2014 provides coverage of conflicts around the world. As Israel denies allegations of killing Palestinians at a United Nations (U.N.) school, Ukrainian troops move in on the crash site, foiling the international deal. Meanwhile, in Philippines, gunmen kill 21 Filipinos in […]

Werewolves Blamed in Philippines

Werewolves Blamed in Philippines

Werewolves are being blamed after herds of goats were slaughtered during full moons on a tiny island in the Philippines. According to reports, the goats show signs of having been killed by supernatural beings and villagers have been instructed by local authorities to shoot on sight in an attempt to protect livestock. News of the […]

China Refuses to Back down in the South China Sea

China Refuses to Back down in the South China Sea

China will not back down in the South China Sea. As tensions between China and countries such as the Philippines and Vietnam continue to escalate, China’s top military officer brought a simple message of defiance to a Defense Department press conference in Washington. General Fang Fenghui, chief of staff of the People’s Liberation Army, said […]

China Claims Deserted Island in the South China Sea

China Claims Deserted Island in the South China Sea

Photos released by the Philippine government show the Chinese reclaiming a small island reef in the South China Sea. The military surveillance photos support the Filipino contention that the Chinese have clearly violated a regional agreement to prevent tensions from escalating in the area. Charles Jose, a Foreign Affairs Department spokesman for the Philippines, said […]

Obama Visited Philippines Talked About Defense Pact

Obama Visited Philippines Talked About Defense Pact

It was recently announced that President Obama visited the Philippines as part of an Asian tour and while there he talked about a defense pact with the country. Reports confirm that the U.S. and the Philippines have indeed come to an agreement for a new 10-year defense pact that is to allow increased presence of […]

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