Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa

Filipino soldiers with K9 sniffing dogs board a military plane at the Villamor air base in Pasay city, metro Manila October 7, 2014, as they embark on a search operation for the hideout of Abu Sayyaf group, an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group who are belie

From Politics & Policy 10:48 pm

Terrorists in Canada Aren’t Tracked ‘All the Time’ Due to ‘Limited Resources’ – Spies

Canada's spy agency is unequipped to track all suspected 80 terrorists in its shores due to limited funds.

A man works at the West Qurna oilfield in southern Basra October 13, 2014. Oil prices are hovering just above $90 per barrel, a level last seen in June 2012, putting a strong spotlight on OPEC producing countries. They face calls to cut output at, or befo

From Politics & Policy 10:42 pm

ISIS Earns $800 Million Per Year Selling Oil to Black Market

The ISIS earns a whopping $2 million per day selling oil to the black market.

The Swedish minesweeper HMS Kullen and a guard boat are seen in the search for suspected "foreign underwater activity" at Namdo Bay, Stockholm October 21, 2014. Sweden's military is working on two new observations that could be evidence of

From Politics & Policy 10:27 pm

Swedish Military Spots ‘Russian Submarine’ Off Stockholm Coast, An Alarming ‘Security Game Changer’

The Baltic nations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are panicking over the alleged sighting of a Russian submarine in Sweden's territorial waters.

Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk (L) greets Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at Westerplatte, September 1, 2009, during ceremonies marking the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland.

From Politics & Policy 4:45 pm

Russia Wanted To Divide Ukraine With Poland As Early As 2008, Says Polish Ex-Minister

Poland's former foreign minister said Russia wanted so bad to divide Ukraine as early as four years ago.

Russia's envoy to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov arrives for an EU-Russia-Ukraine trilateral energy meeting at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels June 11, 2014. Russia and Ukraine will resume efforts to resolve a gas pricing disput

From Politics & Policy 3:00 pm

Moscow Will Not Publish List of Banned Persons, Also to Ban Imports of European Animal Fat, Meat Byproducts, Fruits and Vegetables

Enter Russia at your own risk, or so the country tells the banned persons on its list.

Members loyal to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) wave ISIL flags as they drive around Raqqa June 29, 2014. The offshoot of al Qaeda which has captured swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria has declared itself an Islamic "Caliphate&qu

From Politics & Policy 2:09 pm

No Mercy: ISIS, Father Stones to Death Daughter for Alleged Adultery

A woman in the ISIS caliphate has been stoned to death by her own father.

An advertisement for donations to fight Ebola in Africa is displayed on a bus stop near the apartment building of the nurse who contracted Ebola, in Alcorcon, outside Madrid, October 8, 2014. Spanish health authorities said on Wednesday that another perso

From Economy Oct 21

WHO Declares Nigeria Ebola-Free, Urges Other Nations To Replicate Success Story

Nigeria's been Ebola-free for six weeks now, according to the World Health Organisation.

Texas nurse Amber Vinson (L) steps from an ambulance at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia October 15, 2014. Vinson, the second Texas nurse who had contracted Ebola was flown to Emory Wednesday after being transferred from Texas Presbyterian Ho

From Economy Oct 21

Family Of Ebola Nurse Patient Hires Lawyer To Clear Things Up, Refutes CDC Claims; Agency Revises Guidelines

Amber Joy Vinson's family refuted the claims of the CDC that she had been careless in handling her Ebola symptoms.

A car navigates past fallen trees and electric cables after Hurricane Gonzalo passed through in Sandys Parish, western Bermuda, October 18, 2014. Hurricane Gonzalo scored a direct hit on Bermuda Friday night into Saturday morning, pummelling the tiny isla

From Politics & Policy Oct 21

Britons Advised to Brace for Strong Hurricane Gonzalo Bearing Winds Up to 75mph; Affects Flights, Train Services

Residents in the United Kingdom have been advised to prepare against hurricane Gonzalo.

This U.S. Navy handout image shows Baker, the second of the two atomic bomb tests, in which a 63-kiloton warhead was exploded 90 feet under water as part of Operation Crossroads, conducted at Bikini Atoll in July 1946 to measure nuclear weapon effects on

From Politics & Policy Oct 21

Just So You May Know Russia Has 5000 Nukes – Putin Tells the World

Vladimir Putin warned the U.S. and its allies Russia's 5,000 nuclear warheads are just around the corner, ready to be fired anytime.