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The Philippines will not lose even a “single inch” of territory to China if ever it proceeds with its joint exploration deal with the Asian giant, which is claiming almost the entire South China Sea.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines will be receiving two long-range patrol planes from the United States.

International organization Human Rights Watch yesterday demanded that President Duterte retract his statement about ordering the military to bomb lumad schools allegedly being run by communist rebels.

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Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Ma. Sison defended yesterday the rebel attack last week on a convoy of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) in Arakan, North Cotabato.

All’s well that ends well for Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos and her six provincial officers ordered detained by the House of Representatives for 55 days for refusing to answer questions at a committee hearing on her alleged misuse of P66.5 million in tobacco funds.

Despite President Duterte’s urgent call for Congress to revive the death penalty, the measure faces rough sailing in the Senate.

“Non-regional forces” should avoid interfering in activities in the South China Sea, Beijing’s foreign minister warned yesterday as he also called on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to help China ward off “outsiders” in the region

Reacting to an Oxford University study that suggested around P10 million was spent for trolls to promote his messages and harass critics, President Duterte yesterday said he neither needed defenders nor cared if his approval ratings went down.

The Commission on Human Rights cannot easily be abolished as it will require an amendment to the 1987 Constitution.

The import accreditation of tobacco manufacturer Mighty Corp. will remain suspended even if the government has accepted its offer to pay P25 billion in tax liabilities, the Bureau of Customs said yesterday.

The number of new HIV infections documented by the Department of Health has exceeded the 1,000 mark – the highest since the DOH established the HIV/AIDS Registry in 1984.

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