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A lawyer of Vice President Leni Robredo denied that they tried to delay the decryption and printing of ballot images from the three pilot provinces identified in the poll protest.

The grandniece of Apo Whang-Od Oggay broke her silence on the alleged “exploitation” of the legendary Kalinga tattoo artist during the recent Manila FAME trade show.

Malacañang downplayed the latest EU Report on Human Rights, which cited “the serious deterioration” of human rights in the country under the Duterte administration.

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Horacio "Atio" Castillo III died due to his heart problem, and not hazing, fratmen John Paul Solano and Alexander Hipe claimed.

Malacañang Tuesday denied that the launching of the Tapang at Malasakit alliance was meant to prepare President Rodrigo Duterte’s party for the midterm elections.

China is set to donate four brand new 'fast boats' to the Philippines before the end of the year, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said.

Twenty-one world leaders—along with the UN chief—will sit down for talks in Manila next month for the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit.

PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar said the identification of the suspected killer of Michael Siaron vindicated the police who are being blamed for drug-related deaths. 

The filing of cases against former Transportation Secretary Joseph Abaya is “long overdue” and should remind public officials to do their jobs with integrity, Malacañang said.

The US and Singapore have taken a softer stance in the disputed South China Sea by not mentioning China's island-building and militarization.

Thousands of farmers and rural folk from across the country have gathered in Metro Manila for protests against the killings of farmers and activists and to urge the government to distribute land under the government agrarian reform program.

The Commission on Elections en banc voted Commissioner Christian Robert Lim was voted as the poll body's acting chair on Tuesday.

President Rodrigo Duterte may rally fellow Southeast Asian leaders attending the region’s upcoming summit in Manila next month to support the sharing of resources in the disputed South China Sea.

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