Canada, Mexico stick to NAFTA guns despite Trump threats
MEXICO CITY, Mexico – The leaders of Canada and Mexico stuck to their upbeat view on the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Thursday, October 12, despite US President Donald Trump’s threats to axe it.
Visiting Mexico on the heels of a tense trip to Washington, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau …
DSWD clarifies ‘expired’ food packs for Boracay closure recipients
AKLAN, Philippines – Social Welfare and Development regional director Rebecca Geamala clarified Monday, June 18, thatRead More
Video gaming addictive like crack – WHO
PARIS, France – Video gaming can be addictive in the same way as cocaine or gambling,Read More