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    The Philippine president flew to the country’s volatile south on Friday to plead with military forces not to retaliate following the fatal police shootings of four soldiers, including two officers, in violence the army chief called “a rubout.” President Rodrigo Duterte pledged an impartial government investigation of Monday’s violence in southern Jolo town and promised in a late-night address to military commanders, including army generals, that anyone found guilty will be punished. Duterte asked commanders to ensure their forces remain calm and added that police, like government troops, perform a vital role in maintaining law and order.

  • Man who crashed gate where Trudeau lives had several weapons

    Canadian police said Friday an armed man who this week crashed his truck through a gate on the grounds where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lives had several weapons. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Deputy Commissioner Mike Duheme declined to name the suspect or talk about his motivation. Police said the man crashed his truck through the gate at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

  • UK historian quits Cambridge post after slavery remarks

    British historian and TV presenter David Starkey relinquished his honorary fellowship at a University of Cambridge college Friday after he drew outrage for his comments about Black people and whether slavery should be considered genocide. The head of Fitzwilliam College at Cambridge contacted the historian following his remarks on the YouTube channel Reasoned UK.

  • Prince Royce tests positive for COVID-19

    Ahead of the July 4th holiday, Prince Royce reveals his shock at his own COVID-19 diagnosis. He hopes people will learn from him and be cautious. (July 3)