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Yahoo! News: Japan, Philippines to talk about transfer of military goods
Under a strategic partnership agreement signed by Abe and visiting Philippine President Benigno Aquino III, the two countries will begin talks aimed at the export of Japanese hardware that may include anti-submarine reconnaissance aircraft and radar technology. The rules and details would still have to be discussed.
Yahoo! News: Japan emperor's WWII 'remorse'
(AFP) Japan's Emperor Akihito has told Philippine President Benigno Aquino his country feels "remorse" for its actions during World War II, in what one commentator said was a prod to nationalist Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Rappler: Oriental Mindoro's current and former governors guilty of graft
Former Oriental Mindoro Governor Rodolfo Valencia and incumbent Governor Alfonso Umali are found guilty of graft in connection with an illegal loan worth P2.5 million
NBCNews: Tony Romo's Wife Talks Family, Faith and Life After Football
Faith, she said, is the Romo family's rock. "I don't know how we would get through certain times without the Lord and the community that we surround ourselves with," she said.
CBSNews: NSA surveillance reform bill now law
The USA Freedom Act overhauls the NSA's now-defunct bulk phone records collection program. Instead of allowing the government to collect phone records in bulk, the USA Freedom Act requires private telecommunications companies to hold onto that data. The government can then make specific data requests.
AFP: US affirms 'ironclad' promise to defend Philippines
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter told his Philippine counterpart on Wednesday that Washington's pledge to defend the Pacific nation remains "ironclad" and called for an end to land reclamation in the South China Sea, officials said.
AFP: Philippine leader likens China to Nazi Germany
Tokyo (AFP) - Philippine President Benigno Aquino likened present-day China to Nazi Germany on Wednesday during a speech in Japan, hinting the world cannot continue to appease Beijing as it claims ever-more territory in the South China Sea.
Newsweek: Cure for cancer one step closer after 'spectacular' breakthrough
The treatment, known as immunotherapy, uses the body's immune system to attack cancerous cells. Researchers say it could replace chemotherapy as the standard treatment for cancer within five years.
Wall Street Journal: Best Places to Retire Abroad: The Philippines
Charles Frost: If you are considering retiring in another country, I am no doubt biased, but I believe it?s hard to beat the Philippines.
Reuters: Obama: land reclamation projects in South China Sea 'counterproductive'
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday that land reclamation projects in the South China Sea are unproductive and called for an end to aggressive action in the region.
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