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President Duterte is set to fire next week government officials who have been traveling abroad even without the necessary travel order released by his office.

President Duterte has apologized for the inconvenience caused by the detaching of a Metro Rail Transit (MRT) coach from a train in Makati City last week.

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The Commission on Population has sounded the alarm over the rising population of the elderly, saying the country will have to prepare for this.

The façade of Catholic churches will be bathed in red on Nov. 22 as a symbol of solidarity with Christians who have been persecuted for their faith.

The Department of Transportation has identified several persons of interest who may be responsible for the decoupling of Metro Rail Transit  train cars last Thursday.

The list of senatorial candidates provided by Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez for the PDP-Laban is not yet final, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said yesterday.

At least 100 foreign jihadists, fresh from their Islamic State-supervised military training in Indonesia, reportedly entered the country before the five-month Marawi siege was officially over.

The decision to extend martial law in Mindanao will be in accordance with the recommendation of the military and the police, President Duterte emphasized yesterday.

Arguing that Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno has been allowed to use lawyers, impeachment complainant Lorenzo Gadon denied the allegation that the magistrate was deprived of her right to counsel.

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The Philippine National Police efforts to rid its ranks of scalawags have produced positive results as complaints on police officers allegedly involved in illegal activities are now fewer, according to PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa.

The Department of Justice has has decided to scrap the plan to construct a P150-billion mega penitentiary in Laur, Nueva Ecija.

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