In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on October 27.
On August 30, many important events took place.
The Kuwaiti Cabinet decided to suspend air flights from and to seven countries, including Egypt, for a week, as a preventive measure to control the spread of Coronavirus.
The fatality is a 44-year-old Chinese man from the city of Wuhan, where the virus was first detected, and appears to have been infected before arriving in the Philippines.
The first explosion went off inside the cathedral in Jolo, on the island province of Sulu, and was followed by a second blast in the car park outside.
Chinese President Xi Jinping called his visit Tuesday to long-time US ally the Philippines a "milestone".
The Philippines’ most famous resort island Boracay re-opens Friday after a six-month clean-up intended to fix the damage done by unrestrained mass tourism.
The Philippines will limit the number of visitors setting foot on its most treasured island resort each day when it reopens to tourists on October 26 after a six-month rehabilitation effort, an environment official said on Wednesday.
The Philippines said Sunday it would send a men's basketball team to the Asian Games in Indonesia, just days after abruptly pulling out in the wake of an on-court brawl with Australia at a World Cup qualifier.
The Philippines national basketball team said Friday it has pulled out of the Asian Games as it prepares to appeal sanctions handed down over a nasty on-court brawl with Australia at a World Cup qualifier.
Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao, who won back the welterweight world title in stunning fashion on Sunday, is idolised by tens of millions in the poverty-afflicted Philippines after rising from the streets to the pinnacle of boxing.
Europeans took to the streets on Monday, celebrating the international workers’ holiday of May Day with an assortment of rallies and demonstrations.
The Philippines’ anti-trust agency said on Saturday it has ordered Uber Technologies Inc to continue domestic operations.
The Philippines will tear down illegal structures, build a bypass to unclog traffic
The Philippines' famous white-sand island destination of Boracay may need to be shut down to protect the health of visitors, President Rodrigo Duterte warnes.
With chili-flavored “lava ice cream” in demand and awestruck tourists packing onto viewing decks, the erupting Mayon volcano is sparking a local business boom.
The Philippines raised the alert level at its rumbling Mayon volcano to "level 3" on Sunday after detecting lava flow.
Authorities in Vietnam prepared to move a million people from low-lying areas along the south coast on Monday as a typhoon approached after it battered the Philippines.
The death toll from a tropical storm in the southern Philippines rose to 182 early Sunday, with 153 people still missing.
The death toll from a tropical storm in the southern Philippines has risen to 74, officials said Saturday.