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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.

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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."

Two staunch supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte named to be possible candidates of PDP-Laban on Friday clarified that they were not interested in seeking Senate seats in 2019 elections.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is not closing the door yet on the prospect of attending a House panel hearing on her impeachment, her legal team said yesterday.

Tobias Enverga Jr., the first Filipino-Canadian to sit in the Senate of Canada, died while on a parliamentary visit to Colombia on Thursday morning, according to a report of the Toronto Star.

Vulnerable nations, including the Philippines, have pressed rich countries – the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases – to ensure “climate justice” by taking concrete actions to reduce global warming during a meeting on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Bonn, Germany this week.

Controversial Presidential Communications Operations Office assistant secretary and blogger Mocha Uson and presidential spokesman Harry Roque will most likely be included in the senatorial ticket of the ruling PDP-Laban in the 2019 elections.

Tropical Depression Tino will continue to bring rains in some parts of the country today as it moves away from the Philippine area of responsibility, the state weather bureau said.

The National Bureau of Investigation will look into the possibility that there was sabotage in the decoupling of coaches from a Metro Rail Transit-3 train last Thursday in Makati City.

The three suspected Abu Sayyaf members arrested last week planned to conduct terror attacks in Metro Manila that would have disrupted the recently concluded 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit.

After 10 years, the man accused of setting off a bomb at the House of Representatives – killing five and wounding 10 – was convicted of multiple murder and attempted murder by the Quezon City Regional Trial Court and sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility for parole.

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