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President Duterte asked former Dangerous Drugs Board chairman Dionisio Santiago to resign because of allegations that he used taxpayers’ money for unnecessary foreign trips, Malacañang said yesterday.

The three newly commissioned 44-meter multi-role response vessels of the Philippine Coast Guard might be tasked to patrol the West Philippine Sea in January.

The Department of Education yesterday called on the public to be vigilant against fake news as it disowned posts circulating on social media regarding the supposed suspension of classes this week.

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The possible extension of martial law in Mindanao will require credible justification before it can be approved by Congress, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said yesterday.

Malacañang welcomed the Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the dismissal of Jed Patrick Mabilog as mayor of Iloilo City.

The government peace panel will no longer resume peace talks with the National Democratic Front once President Duterte declares the group a terrorist organization.

Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade still enjoys the trust and confidence of President Duterte, Malacañang said yesterday, as Tugade faces resignation calls over the continuing glitches at the Metro Rail Transit-3.

President Duterte has asked China to invest in the Philippines’ telecommunication industry, a development that Malacañang said would break the “duopoly” that has frustrated consumers for years.

A special unit of the National Bureau of Investigation  has taken over the investigation on the detachment of train coaches of the Metro Rail Transit Line 3 last week after transport officials claimed human intervention was responsible for the incident.

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday challenged Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to face her impeachment case squarely and personally attend the hearings at the committee on justice of the House of Representatives.

The Commission on Elections yesterday urged new registrants to do so online to avoid long queues in registration centers.

The Integrated Bar of the Philippines is set to tap lawyers to provide free legal services to victims of extrajudicial killings and human rights violations in the war on drugs of the Duterte administration.

With almost 90 percent of those who fall in “extreme poverty” in Southeast Asia living in Indonesia and the Philippines, the Catholic Church is calling for a better humanitarian response to combat poverty through its AlayKapwa program.


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