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 The Commission on Human Rights on Wednesday night again stressed it is only doing its job when it probes potential rights violations by government personnel.

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday stood by his embattled Customs chief, Nicanor Faeldon, who is currently under fire following the discovery that P6.4-billion in illegal drugs passed through the agency’s checks.

The leaders of different transport groups on Wednesday filed a case against a ride-sharing company for its alleged violation of orders of the Land Transportation Franchise and Regulatory Board directing it to cease accepting new members onto its platform and stop its operations for a month.

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Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon admitted on Tuesday that there is still corruption in his agency more than a year after he was appointed to the office by President Rodrigo Duterte.

(PCIJ) In their bid to be Iloilo City’s chief executive from 2016 to 2019, then incumbent Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog (Liberal Party) and Dr. Marigold Gonzalez (Independent, but with support from the United Nationalist Alliance) staged a costly advertising war that later ran into a total of more than P1 million for radio spots alone.

 The National Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday served an arrest warrant on businessman Kenneth Dong, implicated in the P6.4-billion shabu shipment seized by the Bureau of Customs, but for a separate rape case.

The Department of Foreign Affairs has ordered its embassies to review and update their contingency plans following threats from North Korea to launch missiles towards Guam.

Malacañang on Tuesday expressed support for the decision of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to suspend the operations of ride-sharing company Uber Systems Inc. for a month.

Elections 2016’s 50 candidates for national office and the political parties that fielded them spent P5.8 billion across the 90-day campaign period, PCIJ has found in its review of documents submitted to the country’s poll body.

(PCIJ) One of them was determined to keep his post while the other two wanted to wrest from him the title of Mayor of Pasay City.

(UPDATE 2, 12:30 p.m.) Simultaneous anti-drug operations in a northern province have left 21 alleged drug offenders dead, police said Tuesday.

The franchising board's decision to suspend Uber operations exacerbates the problem of having a lack of reliable transportation options, Sen. Grace Poe said Monday.

Members of the Maute group holed up in Marawi City are down to about 20 to 40 gunmen, the military said yesterday as government troops continue to close in on the remaining strongholds of the terrorists.

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