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US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his ASEAN counterparts discussed views on regional security during informal meetings in Clark, Pampanga.

Resigned Comelec chairman Andres “Andy” Bautista's estranged wife Patricia Bautista said she will file another case against him.

President Rodrigo Duterte’s verbal swipes at the European Union will not affect the “robust” relationship between the Association of South East Asian Nations and the European bloc, Ambassador Marciano Paynor Jr said.

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Beijing on Tuesday officially turned over $3 million worth of heavy equipment to be used for recovery, reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts in Marawi City.

The graft charge against former Transportation chief Joseph Emilio Abaya and other officials, 'rests on solid grounds,' Sen. Grace Poe, who led a series of hearings on the state of the Metro Rail Transit, said.

"It was only China who gave it on time and plenty," President Duterte said. The US provided at least P2.84 billion worth of equipment, arms and munitions to the Philippine military.

President Rodrigo Duterte has said he is giving the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, the new lead agency in the government campaign against drugs, a free hand in doing its job. 

President Rodrigo Duterte has stoked fears of a looming dictatorship after he threatened to establish a revolutionary government to quell supposed attempts to destabilize his rule.

Mobile phones, gadgets, beers, playing cards, were among the items were seized by police in jails in first nine months of 2017.

While he may be ready again for talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army, President Duterte told the rebels to “kindly stop” the killings first.

Protecting wildlife species is good for the economy as it will boost ecotourism that will generate jobs, officials of the United Nations said during the world’s wildlife conference that opened at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City yesterday.

The human rights situation in the Philippines has considerably worsened during the second half of 2016 as a consequence of the war on drugs despite some positive developments in some areas, the latest annual European Union Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World said.

Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte yesterday led the launching of an alliance supporting the administration of her father at the Marquis Events Place at the Bonifacio Global Center in Taguig City.

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