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 The pronouncements made by President Duterte in relation to the alleged extrajudicial killings in the conduct of the government’s war against illegal drugs may be used against him in case a complaint is filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC), Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairman Chito Gascon said.

President Duterte yesterday defended himself from critics who have raised concern after a portable oxygen converter was spotted in his bedroom at his Davao City residence.

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President Duterte has honored 26 women entrepreneurs for their “capacity to be catalysts for change and progress.”

The European Union (EU) is calling for the full implementation of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health (RH) Act of 2012, which is only possible if the Supreme Court’s temporary restraining order (TRO) on the law is lifted.

Her decision to close down 23 big mining firms is final and cannot be overturned by the Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC), Environment Secretary Gina Lopez said yesterday.

It’s all about greed – for wealth, power and influence.

In another profanity-laced speech, President Duterte has called on the European Union (EU) not to impose its standards on the Philippines in the wake of its strong criticisms against the administration’s brutal anti-drug campaign.

Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary Alejano yesterday filed a supplemental impeachment complaint against President Duterte in which he accused the Chief Executive of selling out the national interest to China.

The Philippines will raise China’s construction of military facilities in the South China Sea during the bilateral consultation mechanism meeting in May, Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo said yesterday.

Solicitor General Jose Calida has defended the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court (RTC) judge who ordered the arrest of Sen. Leila de Lima on drug charges.

 Some 500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) want Vice President Leni Robredo impeached because of the video message she delivered before the UN that allegedly led their employers to harass them in their workplaces.

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has set the calendar of activities for the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections despite moves to postpone the upcoming polls.

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