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Defense authorities have identified the Chinese vessel that stayed for three months in Benham Rise last year, the National Security Council chief said on Thursday.

A former acting governor of Northern Samar was sentenced to a maximum of 14 years in prison over his failure to return to the provincial government two guns and a motorcycle valued at P18,050 in 1987.

The New York Times on Wednesday answered Malacañang's claim that it is part of a plan to oust President Rodrigo Duterte from office.

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Davao Del Norte Rep. Antonio Floirendo Jr. on Wednesday denied involvement in a deal between a family-owned firm and the government that province- and party mate House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez has charged him at the Office of the Ombudsman over.

The decision to whether or not abolish the Presidential Commission on Good Government will be left to the discretion of President Rodrigo Duterte, the agency’s acting chairman said on Tuesday.

An internal journal of China's armed naval wing is sending a message of dominance in South China Sea and two warnings on its possible future actions, an international security expert said.

The Philippine government has turned down requests from China to conduct marine scientific research in the Benham Rise area prior to the sighting of Chinese vessels last year by defense authorities.

Here are five reasons the Philippines and the region should be concerned about these extremists, according to Sidney Jones of the Lowy Institute for International Policy.

Two more FA-50PH fighter jets from South Korea arrived in the Philippines on Wednesday. 

The Department of Education has appealed to parents to be vigilant and proactive in preventing cases of child abuse following a string of rape incidents involving students in different parts of the country.

Vice President Leni Robredo is set to meet Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno after the Holy Week to discuss the alleged police "palit-ulo" scheme amid President Rodrigo Duterte's brutal war on drugs.

The European Union responded to a social media post from an official of the Department of Social Welfare and Development which sarcastically suggested that the bloc should just engage in child pornography.

The Commission on Human Rights said Tuesday that it is too early to conclude whether or not extrajudicial killings in the Philippines are sanctioned by the state.

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