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Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez on Tuesday defended himself from insinuations that his pushing for a bill for the legal dissolution of marriage is self-serving, saying that he can have multiple marriages because he is a Manobo.

Asked about potentiial joint oil exploration with Beijing in the South China Sea, the Philippines' top diplomat said that natural resources should be enjoyed by everyone.

The United Kingdom has issued travel advice for Mindanao and parts of Cebu on Monday, discouraging its citizens from non-essential travel there as the threat of terrorism continues to persist.

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President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to abolish the Commission on Human Rights, which has been critical of his his sexist jokes and the killings associated with his brutal war on drugs.

A House of Representatives panel on Tuesday released the six employees of Ilocos Norte provincial government implicated in the alleged misuse of tobacco excise funds.

President Rodrigo Duterte is facing criticism over his threat to bomb indigenous schools supposedly being used by communists to influence the youth to rebel against the government.

 President Rodrigo Duterte is now requiring police and soldiers to secure clearance from him before facing investigations as he accused the Commission on Human Rights of being “one-sided” against government troops.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously dismissed the petition for mandamus urging the high court to order Congress to hold a joint session on martial law in Mindanao.

The Philippines and China may conduct a joint exploration in disputed areas in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), President Rodrigo Duterte said, as he stressed that Manila cannot wage a war against militarily superior Beijing.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding on strengthening cooperation.

Here are all the things the president said from A-Z.

President Rodrigo Duterte stressed he does not need online defenders and does not care if his approval ratings go down after an Oxford University study suggested that around P10 million was spent for trolls to peddle his messages and harass his critics.

Communist Party of the Philippines founding chair Jose Maria Sison has denied President Rodrigo Duterte's allegations that he has a colon cancer.


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