By Manuel Mogato MANILA (Reuters) – A top Catholic archbishop on Sunday called for Filipinos to choose peace over violence and end a spate of drug-related killings that have divided the nation.
MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine immigration authorities freed four East Timor delegates after holding them for 12 hours at Manila airport in a security clampdown ahead of the ASEAN and East Asia Summit
HARARE (Reuters) – A Zimbabwean court on Saturday refused to strike down subversion charges against an American citizen who now faces 11 days in a Harare jail until her next court hearing.
By Kanupriya Kapoor
(Reuters) – The New York City Police Department said on Friday that it had a credible narrative from an unidentified woman who has made a rape allegation against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein
By Pavel Polityuk and Alessandra Prentice
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Danny Jordaan, the central figure in South Africa’s staging of the 2010 soccer World Cup, on Wednesday denied allegations that he raped former African National Congress
By Ole Petter Skonnord
By Neil Jerome Morales MANILA Reuters) – In a teeming prison for undertrials in the Philippines’ capital Manila, Rody Lacanilao, an inmate for 18 months, says he prays for clear weather at night.