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Despite growing concerns over rampant rights abuses in President Duterte’s violent war on criminality, the government is one with the international community in observing International Human Rights Day, Malacañang said yesterday.

Former president Fidel Ramos yesterday led advocates of responsible parenthood in urging President Duterte to fully implement the Reproductive Health (RH) law.

The police and military are on full and red alert amid the high terror threat in Metro Manila due to the holiday season.

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Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales will inhibit from the investigation on the complaint filed by self-confessed hitman Edgar Matobato against President Duterte and 27 other individuals.

The reported presence of foreign jihadists in Mindanao, particularly in Lanao and nearby provinces, is being validated by concerned government agencies, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. said.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) will allow Sen. Leila de Lima to fly to the United States and Germany despite the four sets of charges filed against her in relation to the proliferation of illegal drugs in the New Bilibid Prison during her term as justice secretary.

Just in time for Christmas.

Eleven exceptional Filipinos who have had a positive impact on the country will be honored in this year’s The Outstanding Young Men and Women (TOYM) awards, breaking tradition of awarding only 10.

President Duterte’s order for a review of the Constitution will cover not only political provisions like the system of government but the Charter’s economic sections as well.

Describing the country’s human rights record as “far less sterling than it can be,” Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Chairman Chito Gascon lamented yesterday incidents of human rights violations in the Philippines, as the country celebrated International Human Rights Day.

If given a choice, Vice President Leni Robredo would have remained in the Cabinet to show her support for the administration of President Duterte.

President Duterte will seek an opportunity to promote a more united Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) during his scheduled state visits to Cambodia and Singapore next week.

Assistant Solicitor General Derek Puertollano will be tried by a judge here in February for an alleged assault with intent to sexually abuse a child.

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