President Barack Obama said Thursday that U.S. intelligence and counterterrorism officials have received no specific, credible information suggesting a potential terrorist attack against the United States. He said Americans must be vigilant this holiday season.
Globe Telecom restored mobile services in Catarman, Northern Samar following heavy damage to the area brought about by strong winds of Typhoon Nona.
President Barack Obama sought Thursday to reassure Americans they face no ”credible” terror threat, as US authorities began a review of the visa system that let one of the San Bernardino shooters into the country.
US President Barack Obama will travel to California on Friday to meet privately with families of the victims of the San Bernardino shooting, the White House said.
Recognizing the impact of technology in the education system, Globe Telecom through its information and communications technology (ICT) arm Globe Business, realizes that the integration of technology and innovative education solutions could answer issues confronting the Philippine education system. Working with the education sector, Globe Business targets the ubiquity of mobile access and its growing connected base, improving the service and answering the difficulties with innovative solutions.
Globe Telecom has started restoration of cell sites in areas affected by Typhoon Nona to help advance delivery of relief services in affected communities even as minimal service disruptions were monitored.
The mind-numbing, heart-stopping, terrible reality about these Jihaddists and ISIS killers is that they don’t fear death. They long for it.
President Barack Obama described immigration on Tuesday as the oldest U.S. tradition and part of what makes the country exceptional, as he sought to draw a contrast between those who want to seal the borders and those seeking to escape hardships and persecution.
President Barack Obama launched a full-throated defense of open immigration policies Tuesday, hailing it as America’s ”oldest tradition” amid a fierce election-fueled row over tighter rules.
Brutal attacks on three villages by Boko Haram Islamists in the restive northeast of Nigeria have left 30 dead and 20 others wounded, a vigilante told AFP.