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It was the inaction of the United States that emboldened China to aggressively assert its claim in the South China Sea and the West Philippine Sea, including building artificial islands, many of which have evolved into military facilities with advanced communications and weapons systems, President Duterte told a gathering of lawyers Thursday night.

The controversies and irregularities in the Philippine National Police (PNP) should not be a deterrent for someone determined to serve the public.

The Philippine Navy has deployed one of its three  warships to Benham Rise.

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The Chinese premier defended on Friday the presence of his country’s military equipment on several artificial islands in the West Philippine Sea, saying this was needed to defend trade interests in the region.

The Philippines strongly condemned on Friday the “appalling” terrorist attack at the heart of United Kingdom’s seat of power on Wednesday (early Thursday, Manila time), saying that the attack was not just an assault on Britain but also on democracy.

"We are in a democracy not a dictatorship."

 President Rodrigo Duterte has questioned the silence of the United States over Chinese activities in the disputed South China Sea.

The number of Filipinos who said that they are happy with their lives have reached the highest in two decades, a survey conducted by Social Weather Stations showed.

A distraction from government work and highly divisive.

Graduating in the Top 10 of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) Class Masidlak of 2017 is proof enough that women can also be achievers, said Cadet Maysy Cataquiz.

Turning 72 on March 28, President Duterte cannot ask for more, except prayers that he be given more time and strength to be able to finish his term.

The Philippine embassy in London has not received any report of Filipinos injured or killed in the terrorist attack outside the British Parliament last Wednesday.

  The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) yesterday urged Filipinos to again take part in Earth Hour, which it described as a great initiative that “demonstrates how small and simple steps” could help make a difference in getting communities to reflect on the devastating impacts of climate change.


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