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There has been "systematic violence" in vigilante killings and police anti-drug operations in San Andres Bukid, Manila, Center for International Law said in its latest petition to the Supreme Court.

The Dangerous Drugs Board will help the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency secure more funding and support from Congress, the agency's chairman said on Thursday.

Despite the liberation of Marawi City, Mindanao will remain under martial law until the last terrorist is killed, President Duterte said last night.

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President Duterte announced last night that top Malaysian terrorist Mahmud bin Ahmad is dead.

The Department of Justice has rejected a bid of former Bureau of Customs commissioner Nicanor Faeldon seeking immediate dismissal of the drug and criminal charges filed against him over the P6.4-billion shabu shipment.

The Liberal Party and its allies have no business talking about the “dictatorship” under President Duterte because the previous administration did the same things that the Duterte government is being criticized for now, Sen. Francis Escudero said yesterday.

Sen. Loren Legarda is among those eyed to head the Department of Social Welfare and Development after the Commission on Appointments rejected the appointment of former secretary Judy Taguiwalo.

Over 200 members of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Laban from Mindanao have defected from the ruling party.

Malacañang is hoping Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV did not spread lies when he met with US Sen. Marco Rubio to discuss corruption and the human rights situation under the Duterte administration.

Ten officers and members of the Aegis Juris fraternity implicated in the hazing death of University of Santo Tomas law student Horacio Tomas “Atio” Castillo III have been prohibited from enrollment at the UST Faculty of Civil Law since school year 2015-2016.

The number of Filipinos satisfied with the performance of President Duterte’s government continued to fall but stayed in “very good territory” in the latest survey by Social Weather Stations.

President Duterte used an ASEAN gathering last night to take another potshot at Western nations’ supposed interference in the country’s domestic affairs, specifically his bloody war on drugs, challenging them to “join the fray” and help solve the problem “the civilized way.”

President Duterte has lumped illegal recruiters together with drug traffickers as he ordered a crackdown on their activities that have turned “Filipinos into slaves” abroad.


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