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Here are all the things the president said from A-Z.

The Senate committee on public order and dangerous drugs will hold an inquiry to investigate the reinstatement of the cops linked to the killing of Mayor Rolando Espinosa of AlbueraLeyte.

President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to abolish the Commission on Human Rights, which has been critical of his his sexist jokes and the killings associated with his brutal war on drugs.

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“Non-regional forces” should avoid interfering in activities in the South China Sea, Beijing’s foreign minister warned yesterday as he also called on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to help China ward off “outsiders” in the region

Entrepreneurs group Go Negosyo Kapatid and other organizations yesterday turned over financial assistance to the families of 101 soldiers slain in the Marawi conflict as a show of gratitude for the heroes’ sacrifices.

President Duterte has threatened to bomb lumad schools that have proliferated mostly in the hinterlands of Mindanao and are believed to be run by communists to influence the youth to rebel against the government.

The Duterte administration will earmark P140 billion to enhance the capabilities of the military next year as it grapples with the threats posed by Islamic extremists and communist rebels.

President Duterte has suspended the military offensive in Marawi, citing concerns over the safety of some 300 civilians being held by Islamic militants still holed up in some parts of the besieged city.

The United States vowed yesterday to resolve the issue of the Balangiga bells after President Duterte, in his second State of the Nation Address on Monday, demanded that the US government return them.

President Duterte yesterday told self-exiled Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Ma. Sison to commit suicide as he said the rebel leader was lying about his health.

Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Ma. Sison defended yesterday the rebel attack last week on a convoy of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) in Arakan, North Cotabato.

All’s well that ends well for Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos and her six provincial officers ordered detained by the House of Representatives for 55 days for refusing to answer questions at a committee hearing on her alleged misuse of P66.5 million in tobacco funds.

Despite President Duterte’s urgent call for Congress to revive the death penalty, the measure faces rough sailing in the Senate.


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