Last week, two United Nations human rights experts said Mr Duterte's directive for police and the public to kill suspected drug traffickers amounted to "incitement to violence and killing, a crime under worldwide law". On Sunday morning Duterte said the United Nations had done nothing for the Philippines - ignoring its poverty reduction programs and enormous help following typhoons and other natural disasters - as he continued to curse it.
Industry watchers predict that Chinese government would further expand its intervention over trades with Korea to apply pressure on Seoul not to deploy the THAAD in Korea. "The THAAD radar is capable of monitoring not only China's military facilities in the South China Sea, but also a considerable part of Chinese territory where medium-range missiles are stationed", Zolotaryov said.
In the debate, Mr Corbyn accepted he'd have to "win over some people that have been tempted to vote Tory". The mayor says that while Corbyn is "principled", he has "failed to win the trust and respect of the British people". Lord West of Spithead, former head of the Royal Navy and a former Labour security minister, called Mr Corbyn's statement "extraordinary". Mr Corbyn said he would want to avoid the United Kingdom entering into military action as he again stressed the importance of ...
Using heavy equipment, the team started to dig for a hidden railway tunnel as the treasure hunting duo claimed past year to have uncovered the incredible find in an underground chamber. But Polish troops with explosive-detecting devices scoured the ground which the train is said to be buried some 200 feet beneath in the autumn of 2015.
According to a translation from CNN Philippines, Duterte said: "Maybe we'll just have to decide to separate from the United Nations". During a speech at a police ceremony in Quezon City this week, Mr Duterte mocked the United Nations - saying they should deal with the conflict in the Middle East before criticising him - and told officers he would stand trial on their behalf if they were accused of unlawful killing.
He made no mention of the Chinese-invested $3.6 billion Myitsone dam project in comments in front of reporters. Lei Zhuning, a researcher with the Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences, said Myanmar urgently needs electricity for its economic development, and hydropower is a good choice, referring to the Myitsone dam project, which was jointly funded by China and Myanmar, but was suspended by the Myanmar government in 2011.