The 7.0 magnitude quake on Luzon island damaged buildings and caused dozens of landslides, officials said. At least 44 people were hurt.
Prototype hypersonic missile tests in Hawaii ended in failure.
Finnish president denies Erdogan's accusations of protecting terrorists by Finland and Sweden.
EY will have to pay record $100 million for cheating of its employees on CPA exams.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that politicians will raise the issue of the possibility of a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Ukraine at the upcoming G7 summit.
Giving Ukraine the status of a candidate for the European Union means absolutely nothing and will not give it anything.
The UK has banned the export of jet fuel and fuel additives to Russia as part of new sanctions, RIA Novosti reports.
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk announced a 10 percent reduction in the company's staff.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky requires careful preparation, said Yury Ushakov, aide to the Russian leader for international affairs.
Ukraine needs immediate practical help more than a debate about getting EU candidate status.
Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill was blacklisted by Ukraine.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara will not change its position on the issue of Finland and Sweden joining NATO.
Poland belongs to the category of NATO and EU countries betting on prolonging the crisis in Ukraine, along with the US, UK and the Baltic countries.
Sweden and Finland are unlikely to become candidates for NATO membership at the organization's upcoming summit if Turkey's demands are not met before it starts.
NATO is currently not planning to invite Ukraine to join the alliance, this issue has not yet been raised. Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albarez spoke about it.