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As Manila marks 45 years to the day when martial law was declared, a global study showed that the Philippines had the highest level of impunity among 69 countries.

Thousands of President Rodrigo Duterte's critics and supporters held rival rallies Thursday, taking emotional national debates over his deadly drug war and martial law threats to the streets.

Sen. Risa Hontiveros warned Filipinos against the creeping "Dutertadorship" of President Rodrigo Duterte as the country marks 45 years to the day martial law was declared.

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Information and Communications Technology Secretary Rodolfo Salalima has resigned from the Cabinet because of personal and work-related reasons, Malacañang announced.

Japan remained the Philippines’ top source of loans for the first half of 2017, the National Economic and Development Authority said on Thursday.

Aegis Jvris Fraternity said the fratmen tagged in the alleged hazing rites which killed UST law student Horacio Castillo III are ready to cooperate in the case's investigation.

Former presidential candidate Mar Roxas on Thursday said he is saddened that his campaign warnings against human rights violations are becoming real.

Sen. Leila De Lima and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday called President Rodrigo Duterte a liar after the chief executive claimed that the government is preparing cases against the two fierce administration critics.

Thousands of protesters marked the anniversary of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos' martial law declaration with an outcry against what they say is the current president's authoritarian tendencies.

Following the reported flight of one of the primary suspects in the fatal hazing of Horacio Castillo III, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said that he will order the National Bureau of Investigation coordinate with the Interpol to locate Ralph Caballes Trangia.

September 21, commonly acknowledged as the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law in the country, has been declared as a "day of protest."

Malaysian police have detained seven Filipinos suspected of involvement with the Abu Sayyaf militant group, an official said Thursday, the latest arrest of extremist suspects in the Muslim-majority country.

Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Martin Andanar on Wednesday said Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson went to New York because her help was sought to “cover” the annual United Nations General Assembly.

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