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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.

One year has passed since the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was given his controversial burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City, something that the members of the Senate minority bloc said is not worth remembering.

Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations Teodoro Locsin Jr. said the Philippines should have abstained from voting on a draft resolution calling on Myanmar authorities to end a military campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the nation’s Rakhine state.

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

The confirmation of the appointment of new Department of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III is expected to face rough sailing in the Commission on Appointments.

China has agreed to work with its Southeast Asian neighbors to protect marine and coastal biodiversity in the South China Sea.

Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations Teddy Boy Locsin Jr. on Saturday vowed to push for Manila’s abstention on a draft UN resolution pressuring Myanmar to end military campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the country’s Rakhine state.

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency posted a record high of 1,341 operations from the period of October 10 to November 10, one month after President Rodrigo Duterte declared it as the “sole agency” in charge of the war on drugs.

With her millions of followers on social media, it’s a “no brainer” that Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson can easily win the senatorial elections, her boss, Martin Andanar, said Saturday.

Was the P15.5 billion budget for the Philippines' hosting of the 50th Anniversary of the Association of South East Asian Nations too lavish?

Malacañang on Saturday said it would accept any recommendation from the Armed Forces of the Philippines seeking for possible extension of martial law in Mindanao amid prevailing security threats in the strife-torn region.

Exactly a year after the controversial funeral, an anti-Marcos group on Saturday renewed its strong call for the exhumation of remains of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery.

The solicitor general belittled legal criticisms of the bloody war on drugs, saying the petitions filed by families of victims are done "under the guise of human rights protection."

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