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Philippine police killed at least 26 more drug and crime suspects in overnight gunbattles in the capital, bringing to 58 the death toll in a renewed bloody crackdown in the last three days that received praises from the president.

Under fire for his racially charged remarks, American President Donald Trump set another round of Twitter firestorm on Friday (Manila time) calling Moros in Mindanao during the American occupation "terrorists."

Cockfighting, a favorite Filipino pastime, might be banned for two weeks in Pampanga as part of measures to contain avian flu.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs yesterday urged the more than 10 million Filipinos overseas to be vigilant following the recent foiled terror attacks in Russia and a fatal shooting incident in Burkina Faso.

There is no impeachment process yet against Vice President Leni Robredo and Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, key members of the House of Representatives said yesterday.

Former social welfare secretary Judy Taguiwalo wants the Commission on Appointments to give the reason for the rejection of her nomination.

Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial yesterday expressed hope that she would get the nod of the Commission on Appointments (CA) following the rejection of Judy Taguiwalo as chief of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

People should express outrage over the killing of dozens of drug suspects in Bulacan, Vice President Leni Robredo said yesterday.

At least 25 persons were killed in just 24 hours after the Manila Police District conducted 40 separate anti-crime operations in parts of Metro Manila.

President Duterte has threatened to have judges killed for conspiring with drug offenders and to have human rights officials shot.

The Bureau of Animal Industry is verifying reports of a new avian flu outbreak – this time in Jaen and San Isidro, Nueva Ecija.

Expect more drug killings throughout the term of President Duterte, who admitted yesterday that he had miscalculated the extent of the drug menace and his capability to stop it.

Leaders of the Reform the Armed Forces Movement have pledged support for President Duterte and his administration amid criticisms on continuing corruption at the Bureau of Customs, as well as human rights concerns over his bloody anti-drug campaign.

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