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Philippines Duterte to declare martial law if drug situation in Philippines turns ‘virulent’
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Duterte says he may impose martial law if drug problem deteriorates.
Philippines Philippines pledges to uphold Asean's values as new chair
MANILA (The Straits Times/ ANN) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte urges members to promote regional peace and stability through rule of law.
United States Trump's Team Raises Record 90 Million U.S. Dollars for Inauguration Day Events
The team of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has raised a record 90 million U.S. dollars for the events related to his inauguration on Jan. 20, local media revealed.
Canada Kick-starting the Innovation Agenda with Canada’s Smart City Challenge
The IT sector’s role in the Trudeau government’s planned innovation agenda is yet to be spelled out. But the promise of a Smart City Challenge this year, with strong support from the Canadian Council on Public-Private Partnerships, should be seen as one important way to advance Ottawa’s promised innovation agenda.
Brazil BBC Pulls Pay-TV Channels from Brazil and Latin America
The BBC has decided to stop broadcasting its BBC Earth, BBC Entertainment and CBeebies channels in Brazil and Latin America, amid low viewing figures and because it is unable to distribute its channels with every pay-TV operator, reports Noticias da TV.
Brazil Brazil Adds 84,000 Fixed Broadband Connections in November
The number of fixed broadband service contracts in Brazil grew by 0.32 percent in November 2016 from the previous month, with 84,101 subscribers added to the network.
Thailand Thailand’s new king rejects the army’s proposed constitution
FOR more than two years Thailand’s ruling junta, which seized power in a coup in 2014, has been cooking up a constitution which it hopes will keep military men in control even after elections take place. In August the generals won approval for the document in a referendum made farcical by a law which forbade campaigners from criticising the text. Yet on January 10th, only weeks before the charter was due to come into force, the prime minister said his government was tweaking the draft. Prayuth C ...
United States U.S.: Why Elections Are Now Classified as 'Critical Infrastructure'
Department of Homeland Security made a move that attracted less attention: It classified the elections process as “critical infrastructure,” putting it in a highly protected category alongside other vital elements of the country’s basic operations, like dams and the electrical grid.
United States U.S.: Memo to the President - Getting Public-Private Partnership Right
The label “public-private partnership” has been slapped on everything from contracts to collect solid waste to compacts to end global poverty.
United States U.S.: Improper Payments Rose to $144B in 2016
For the fourth straight year, the federal government increased the amount of money described as improper payments. The Government Accountability Office is reporting that agencies exceeded $144 billion in improper payments in fiscal 2016, up from $137 billion in 2015.
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