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Was the P15.5 billion budget for the Philippines' hosting of the 50th Anniversary of the Association of South East Asian Nations too lavish?

Malacañang on Saturday said it would accept any recommendation from the Armed Forces of the Philippines seeking for possible extension of martial law in Mindanao amid prevailing security threats in the strife-torn region.

Exactly a year after the controversial funeral, an anti-Marcos group on Saturday renewed its strong call for the exhumation of remains of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery.

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The Philippines is one of 10 countries that did not support a United Nations resolution calling on Myanmar authorities to end a military campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the nation’s Rakhine state.

With security threats still prevailing in Mindanao, the military might consider extending martial law in the region.

The Senate will soon resume deliberations on the bill granting emergency powers to President Duterte to address the worsening transportation crisis in the country, Majority Leader Sen. Vicente Sotto III said yesterday.

Over P12 billion worth of seized methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu and other dangerous drugs have yet to be destroyed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, in an apparent continuing violation of the Dangerous Drugs Act.

India’s defense industries are now eyeing to join other arms manufacturing states in supplying the requirements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

China dispatched a special envoy to North Korea yesterday, a trip hailed as a “big move” by US President Donald Trump, who has urged Beijing to pile pressure on its nuclear-armed ally.

There’s no need for a Philippine military buildup in the Spratlys archipelago as the security environment in the region is seen to have greatly improved with President Duterte’s rapport with Beijing and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations commitment to fast-track the adoption of a Code of Conduct  in the South China Sea, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said yesterday.

Pope Francis on Thursday took wealthy nations to task over unequal healthcare and systems which increasingly penalize all but the very wealthy.

Human rights violations were committed both by the Maute terrorist group and government security forces during the siege of Marawi City, a report by Amnesty International said.

US President Donald Trump’s view of the Philippines as “the most prime piece of real estate” is contemptuous of the country, the Communist Party of the Philippines has said.

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