The UK government has announced a new 25% levy applying to the profits of oil and gas companies operating in the UK and the UK Continental Shelf from 26 May 2022.
Police raided a hideout in Lapu Lapu city after suspects received a partial ransom payment through WeChat; they say they may have been involved in past kidnappings of Chinese online gambling workers.
The 25,000-strong UWSA is one of the world’s largest non-state militaries – so far it has had little involvement in the fighting sparked by the toppling of Aung San Suu Kyi’s government by the military last year.
Emerging EU legislation will require financial services businesses to ensure artificial intelligence (AI) systems they use meet strict requirements for limiting risk as well as obligations on operational resilience.
He was killed Sunday evening while driving his car in what is believed to be inter-gang rivalry; in 2020, police charged him for allegedly promoting gun culture in a song.
A shock jock invited TikTok star Ragil Mahardika and his husband to talk about their married life on his YouTube show, sparking backlash from both conservatives and LGBT groups.
Marcos Jnr announced the current central bank chief, Benjamin Diokno as the new finance secretary to help revive the pandemic-hit economy that is US$19.1 billion in debt.
Rescuers searching waters after a fishing vessel and cargo ship collided; 13 of the 20 crew members were picked up by another boat.
‘The Earth is already too hot and unsafe. We are in danger now, not just in the future,’ Prime Minister Bob Loughman said, citing US$1.2 billion needed; similar declarations by dozens of other countries, including neighbour Fiji.
The country’s search and rescue agency said the vessel was carrying 43 people when it capsized in the Makassar Strait; 17 people were rescued; it’s believed the boat ran out of fuel and got trapped in bad weather.