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The Department of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday said there were no Filipino casualties in the magnitude 6.9 earthquake in Valparaiso, Chile.

No soldier has links with local terrorist group Abu Sayyaf, the military said Tuesday, following the arrest of a female senior police officer and a suspected bomb maker in Bohol last Saturday.

The arbitration case that the Philippines filed before an international tribunal might have affected China's actions in the South China Sea but did it did not trigger the island-building.

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Rights advocacy group Amnesty International released on Tuesday an open letter to the Justice secretary, urging him to send a clear message to the police that extrajudicial killings are unacceptable and to press charges against security forces found to have violated the law.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered Vice President Leni Robredo to pay the amount needed to retrieve election-related documents needed in her counter-protest against former Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

The Philippines cannot wait for a supposed appropriate time in asserting the ruling of a United Nations-backed arbitral tribunal over the South China Sea, former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario said.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines on Tuesday reiterated that security issues in Bohol have already been addressed.

The alleged lovers Superintendent Maria Cristina Nobleza and suspected Abu Sayyaf bomber Reenor Lou Dungon were transferred to the Philippine National Police national headquarters on Tuesday morning.

PNP superintendent, Abu lover nabbed in Bohol

Eight heads of state and Nobel Peace Prize winner and Myanmar state counselor Aung San Suu Kyi will attend the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit in Manila this week.

The Philippine government has invited the US military to train alongside Filipino soldiers in the 33rd iteration of Balikatan in Luzon and the Visayas, the US embassy said yesterday.

The Philippine STAR bagged three major awards in the print category at the 2017 Platinum Stallion Media Awards of Trinity University of Asia in Quezon City on Saturday.

The number of Filipinos who fell victim to property crimes went up in the first quarter of 2017 from the previous quarter despite the government’s intensified law enforcement efforts, a recent survey by the Social Weather Stations showed.

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