The World Tonight is a multi-awarded and long-running newscast on ABS-CBN and ANC. Anchored by Tina Monzon-Palma, The World Tonight delivers the top news of the day from the political, business and foreign fronts. Veteran writer and columnist Teddy Locsin Jr. also gives his "Teditorial" on the pressing issues of the day. Gigi Grande and Ron Cruz anchor The World Tonight on weekends. The World Tonight airs at 10pm daily.

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The World Tonight - May 29, 2017

The AFP says 61 Maute terrorists, 20 soldiers, and 19 civilians are killed in Marawi City clashes. The Palace assures Pres. Rodrigo Duterte will not defy the SC and Congress on the implementation of Martial Law in Mindanao. DOJ Sec. Vitaliano Aguirre II says Janet Lim-Napoles will file PDAF cases against former DBM Sec. Butch Abad, Sen. Leila de Lima, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, and Sen. Franklin Drilon in the coming days. U.K. police arrest two more men over their suspected links to the Manchester blast.

The World Tonight - May 28, 2017

Over 2,000 Marawi residents are still trapped inside the warzone as military operations against the Maute group continue. The fate of the fifth round of peace talks between the government and the NDFP remains uncertain. The death toll from Sri Lanka floods and landslides rises to 140. Presidential Communications Sec. Martin Andanar appeals for international support in the Mindanao crisis. Viral photos of a family helping Marawi City evacuees inspire netizens to send more aid for the affected residents.

The World Tonight - May 27, 2017

The fifth round of peace talks between the government and communist groups breaks down in the Netherlands. The AFP sends more troops to Marawi City to fight the Maute terror group. Dozens of people are killed and many others are missing as massive floods hit Sri Lanka. Over 10,000 packs of relief goods from the DSWD for Marawi City families and evacuees arrive in Iligan City. Pres. Rodrigo Duterte visits wounded soldiers in Camp Bautista in Jolo, Sulu. ?

The World Tonight - May 26, 2017

The government confirms foreign terrorists are among those killed in the ongoing clashes in Marawi City. Former Pres. Fidel V. Ramos urges the Duterte Cabinet and lawmakers to temper their statements on the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao. U.S. Pres. Donald Trump tells NATO allies to fulfill their financial obligations. DBM Sec. Benjamin Diokno believes Martial Law in Mindanao will not derail growth prospects. Disneyland Florida is set to open an Avatar-themed attraction.

The World Tonight - May 25, 2017

The death toll in the Marawi City clashes rises as fighting between military forces and the Maute terror group intensifies. Pres. Rodrigo Duterte's allies in the House of Representatives see no need for congressional approval of his order imposing martial law in Mindanao. A U.S. warship sails near one of China's man-made islands in the South China Sea. Durian emerges as the ""King of Fruits"" in Thailand's Fruit Festival. House leaders eye an executive session for the martial law briefing to avoid publicizing sensitive information.

The World Tonight - May 24, 2017

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte returns to the country to address the Marawi conflict. Pres. Duterte defends his Martial Law declaration in Mindanao and is considering expanding its coverage over the rest of the country. Some lawmakers doubt Pres. Duterte's Martial Law declaration is justifiable. Displaced Marawi residents seek refuge in evacuation centers in Iligan City. U.S. Pres. Donald Trump meets Pope Francis in Rome.

The World Tonight - May 23, 2017

World leaders condemn the suicide attack at Ariana Grande's U.K. concert, which left at least 22 people dead and dozen others injured. National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. says more soldiers will be deployed to Marawi City due to clashes between security forces and the Maute terror group. U.S. Pres. Donald Trump vows to help Israelis and Palestinians achieve peace. The DOTr suspends the implementation of the Anti-Distracted Driving Act.

The World Tonight - May 22, 2017

Both the Philippines and China downplay alleged China war threats. An explosion in Bangkok leaves over 20 people wounded. Fuel prices are set to increase for a second straight week. Recruitment experts say the proposal to compress a five-day work week to four days is not suitable for all industries. Patients can soon consult with virtual doctors on their smartphones.

The World Tonight - May 21, 2017

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte is set to fly to Russia for a landmark visit. The U.S. and Saudi Arabia sign a $100-billion arms deal. The Golden State Warriors is one win away from returning to the NBA Finals. The remaining TPP countries plan to explore options for a trade deal without the U.S. Butuan City celebrates its 30th Balangay Festival.

The World Tonight - May 20, 2017

Another former military officer joins Pres. Rodrigo Duterte's cabinet. Senior Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio calls for a new arbitration case against China over alleged war threats. North Korea denies any involvement in the worldwide ransomware infection. DFA Sec. Alan Peter Cayetano says the Philippines' ties with the EU is set for a roller coaster ride following the Duterte administration's decision to reject the international bloc's aid. The LTFRB and the LTO are set to prohibit accessories on dashboards and windshields next week.