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Associated PressBritish police staged a pre-dawn raid at a London garbage depot Friday, arresting five street cleaners in a suspected terrorist plot against Pope Benedict XVI on the second day of his state visit to Britain. A sixth person was arrested later in the day....
Tribune reporterWhen Peter Aldeza first arrived in Illinois from the Philippines, he filed U.S. immigration paperwork to allow his older brother and sister to join him. That was 26 years ago. Just last month, his sister, Sionie Sales, finally arrived to live in the U.S....
Tags: Philippines, Nursing, Children, Migration, Illinois
Corazon C. Aquino, the unassuming housewife who toppled a dictator and restored democracy to the Philippines as its 11th president, has died. She was 76. Sen. Benigno Aquino III said his mother died of heart failure at 3:18 a.m. Saturday, Manila time...
Tags: Colon, Coup d'Etat, Elections, U.S. Military, Philippines
China Ethnic violence between Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang region in far western China, led to more than 150 deaths, brought paramilitary troops out to restore order, and saw mosques closed and a curfew imposed....
KTLA NewsTyphoon Ketsana brought more heavy rain to the Philippines than the country has seen in 40 years. Flooding in densely populated Manila has forced hundreds of thousands of people out of their homes as rescue teams work around the clock. To all who wish to...
Tags: Philippines, KTLA
Associated PressMANILA, Philippines -- A 12-hour hostage stand-off on a hijacked Philippine bus ended in bloodshed Monday, with officials saying at least seven Chinese tourists were dead along with the disgruntled ex-policeman who seized their vehicle in a bid to get his...
Ernesto De Jesus, a pharmacist living in San Diego, already was in the Philippines with his family to celebrate his grandmother's 75th birthday, so he decided to take an overnight side trip to the resort area of Tagaytay, about two hours' drive south of...
Tribune Media ServicesComedian Jamie Kennedy is used to getting laughs in the United States, thanks to his work in the "Scream" films and his TV show "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment." But making foreign audiences laugh wasn't something he felt confident he could accomplish....
Tags: DVDs, Jamie Kennedy, Gaming, Trips and Vacations, CBS Corp.
The 2008 Cathay Pacific Airways All Asia Pass is out, offering a chance to visit Hong Kong and up to four additional destinations over 21 days for one price. The pass offers passengers roundtrip economy class travel from San Francisco, Los Angeles or New...
Dorothy Kneedler Lawenda, an entrepreneur who began importing natural, hand-woven wallcoverings from Asia in 1948 and co-founded an interior design company that became an influential resource for the Los Angeles industry, died Thursday at her home in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFirst, Jollibee and Goldilocks -- both popular restaurants in the Philippines -- opened their doors in 2005. The next year came Seafood City, a supermarket that features an almost endless supply of seafood and other Filipino specialties. Today there are...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBefore a single frame of "Spider-Man 2" was shot, Sony Pictures Entertainment launched a global effort to protect its summer blockbuster from piracy. During production, daily film footage was locked overnight in vaults. When Sony conducted preview...
Tags: China, Career and Workplace, Piracy, 9 (movie), Migration
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