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Former vice president Jejomar Binay Sr. has maintained that he and his son Erwin “Junjun” Binay Sr. should have a separate trial of their criminal cases.

Former Bureau of Corrections officer-in-charge Rafael Ragos surrendered to the National Bureau of Investigation before noon on Sunday, a Department of Justice official confirmed.

Hundreds of left-wing and pro-democracy activists on Saturday marked the anniversary of the 1986 revolt that ousted Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos to warn about what they say are the incumbent president's dictatorial tendencies and condemn his decision to allow Marcos to be buried in a heroes' cemetery.

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President Duterte called for a just and lasting peace by uniting all factions in the nation under one flag.

What the EDSA People Power Revolution fought for in 1986 was the same principle this weekend’s pro-Duterte vigil-rally at the Rizal Park in Manila is fighting for, organizers and personalities attending the event said yesterday.

Agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) seized last Monday night 43 drums of hydrochloric acid worth P430,000 that could be used for manufacturing shabu.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II yesterday ordered the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to probe the reported ambush of Lalaine Madrigal-Martinez, the wife of a drug convict, despite the denial of the Makati police that the incident ever happened.

A local court has allowed domestic worker Mary Jane Veloso to testify against her alleged recruiters on April 27 in Yogyakarta in Indonesia.

Two men implicated in the Mamasapano incident were arrested by police in Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao on Friday.

State seismologists warned the public on the spread of fake news claiming that a strong earthquake will happen this week.

Sen. Leila de Lima continued to speak out against the Duterte administration, even from “behind bars.”

Former president Benigno Aquino III yesterday belied allegations that the Liberal Party (LP) intends to oust President Duterte from office.

Malacañang yesterday urged the public to be more patient – rather than adversarial – with the Duterte administration, which came to office on a promise of change last year.

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