Two men who planned to bomb a Shia Muslim prayer hall in Sydney were jailed for at least 15 years on Friday, local media reported.
Duterte said he would allow the casino boss to come back to the Philippines if he apologized for bribing an official.
150,000 trapped civilians in besieged eastern Aleppo "await an effective death sentence," the head of the Aleppo local council said.
Media this week said that back in September 1951 then-Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida stopped by Pearl Harbor en route from San Francisco.
The Philippine defense secretary said it's highly unlikely his country will host US ships and aircraft patrolling the waters.
A diplomatic thaw between the US and Iran over the past two years appears in jeopardy with Trump taking office next month.
Political observers say the opposition has enough ruling party dissenters to pass President Park's impeachment.
Volunteers and nearly 1,500 rescue personnel were concentrated on the town of Meureudu near the epicenter of the magnitude 6.5 quake that hit before dawn Wednesday.
Japan and Russia look set to improve ties when their leaders meet next week, but both sides are scaling back expectations of a big breakthrough in a territorial row.
Bill English emerged as the country's likely next leader after his competitor dropped out of the race.