Funds to pull hundreds of millions from country amid Filipino leader's increasingly volatile behaviour, after he called Barack Obama a 'son of a whore' and threatened to pull out of UN
Mr Obama described his Filipino counterpart as a 'colourful guy' and said he had asked his staff to assess whether a meeting between the two leaders would still be 'productive'
Leader insists he is answerable only to the Filipino people
Blast at bustling market kills at least 14 people as war against Abu Sayyaf militants continues
The pearl is likely to be worth over $100m (£76m)
Officers also prohibited from chewing gum, reading newspapers and scratching bodyparts
The Filipino leader called the UN a 'son of a bitch' for criticising his violent crackdown on the drugs trade
'We only heard one semi-loud screech, and a few seconds later there were tinier, cute screeches, and it was then we knew the baby was born,' says a fellow passenger
'I am not happy [for] footage to be used in a way that suggests that I support the current approach adopted by China towards these islands'
'They cannot think straight. It's so crowded. Just the slightest of movements and you bump into something or someone,' inmate says
Rodrigo 'The Punisher' Duterte, elected in a landslide in May, also called a unilateral ceasefire in the government's decades-long conflict with communist rebels
Beijing says Japan should ‘exercise caution in its own words and deeds, and stop hyping up and interfering’ in a dispute some fear could lead to war
The new president's extreme hardline stance on crime has alarmed rights groups
Mr Hall was kidnapped along with several others by an Islamist militant group last year
The 71-year-old former prosecutor's campaign became characterised by profanity-laden speeches, in which he often threatened lawbreakers with death
Robert Hall becomes the second Canadian hostage to be beheaded by Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf after ransom demands are not met