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The Supreme Court will start deliberating next month on Sen. Leila de Lima’s petition seeking her release from detention and a stop to her indictment on drug charges.

The death of 17-year-old Grade 11 student Kian Loyd delos Santos is a turning point in the Philippine government’s campaign against illegal drugs, according to United Nations special rapporteur on extrajudicial killings Agnes Callamard.

Malacañang is not aware of any plan to turn former senator Jinggoy Estrada into a state witness in the alleged anomalies involving the Disbursement Acceleration Program of the previous administration.

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In the interest of peace and order, President Duterte has ordered all local government and police officials to arrest and detain those who drink in the streets.

Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano will raise the government’s war on drugs and campaign against criminality during his address to the United Nations on Saturday.

Legislators may be safe from being apprehended for minor traffic violations, but not their drivers, according to two leaders of the Senate yesterday.

Surveillance footage in the Tondo barangay showed no injured person in a blanket being dumped on the sidewalk. And the “good Samaritan” who claimed to have found a dying Horacio Tomas Castillo III in Manila last Sunday is reportedly a law student at the University of Sto. Tomas.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV claimed yesterday that he has debunked the allegations of President Duterte about his supposed offshore bank accounts.

President Duterte yesterday called on protesters to hold their Sept. 21 rally in peace and they can occupy EDSA for as long as they want.

Amid the mourning and outrage over the hazing death of University of Santo Tomas (UST) law student Horacio Tomas Castillo III, student leaders want his fraternity brothers in Aegis Juris to man up and ask themselves: “Am I my brother’s killer?”

Former Presidential Commission on Good Government chairman Camilo Sabio was arrested yesterday by the National Bureau of Investigation for charges of graft, malversation of funds and corrupt practices filed with the Sandiganbayan.

Five jeepney transport groups filed yesterday a petition before the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board seeking an increase in the minimum fare from P8 to P10.

The House of Representatives still has time to restore the budget of the Commission on Human Rights for next year, opposition Rep. Edcel Lagman said yesterday.

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