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Three days after turning himself in to authorities to deny his links to illegal drugs, a businessman was mortally wounded by gunmen who also shot dead his wife shortly after the couple disembarked from a vessel at a port in Malay, Aklan before dawn yesterday.

President Duterte has urged the Chinese people to treat Filipinos as “brothers and not enemies” as the Philippines and China prepare to work on agreeable terms regarding the West Philippine Sea.

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday gave the go-signal for traffic authorities to confiscate vehicle license plates with the number “8,” which were issued to former members of the House of Representatives.

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Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales is challenging the administration-dominated House of Representatives to initiate an impeachment complaint against her if its members think she has committed wrongdoing and is no longer fit for the tough anti-corruption job.

The Department of Health (DOH) is on alert regarding flights from Singapore where local transmission of 41 confirmed cases of Zika virus have been confirmed by authorities over the weekend.

Petroleum companies raised pump prices for the third straight week following the uptrend in global oil market.

Under fire for allegedly condoning extralegal killings, Malacañang yesterday told the international media to visit the Philippines so they can see for themselves the extent of the drug menace in the country.

If I were De Lima, I’d hang myself. As she faces allegations of immorality and protecting drug lords operating from the national penitentiary, President Duterte has advised Sen. Leila de Lima to resign and hang herself.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is set to revisit the pork barrel scam cases and address the previous administration’s supposed selective justice in handling the controversy.

Not every Filipino is given a chance to die for his country. In a speech at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City where he paid tribute to the country’s heroes yesterday morning, President Duterte reiterated the words of former chief justice Jose Abad Santos, who he considers a hero for his patriotism.

For the capture of a so-called “ninja cop” or police official linked to illegal drugs, President Duterte is ready to give a P2-million reward to step up his anti-drug campaign, which has caught the attention of international human rights activists and news organizations.

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has suspended the printing of official ballots pending a decision on whether to postpone the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan polls set on Oct. 31.

Convicts seeking executive clemency may find hope in the administration of President Duterte.

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