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A Maranao leader detailed accounts of martial law abuses in an emotional testimony at a Congress session on Saturday.

Malacañang on Saturday expressed its gratitude to the Congress for voting to extend the declaration of martial law in Mindanao.

 Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana on Saturday assured the public that the government will not declare martial law in the Visayas and Luzon. 

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 Majority of the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives voted in favor of extending the declaration of martial law and the suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in Mindanao.

Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Gen. Eduardo Año on Saturday assured the Congress that government troops who will violate human rights amid the martial law in Mindanao will be punished.

While public officials getting charged for understating their wealth is an old story, a former undersecretary of Department of Agriculture is now facing perjury cases for allegedly exaggerating the value of her house.

Members of President Rodrigo Duterte's Cabinet did not prepare answers to queries of lawmakers at the joint session of Congress on Saturday on the financial cost of martial law in Mindanao.

Rains and thunderstorms will greet the protesters and as well as the supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte as he delivers his second State of the Nation Address on Monday.

An anti-martial law group’s protest has interrupted the 17th Congress’s joint session on martial law extension on Saturday.

Senate Minority Floor Leader Franklin Drilon on Saturday questioned the inclusion of drug syndicates on the operational directive for implementation of martial law.

A number of opposition lawmakers on Saturday questioned the proposed rules on the Congress special joint session’s voting on the extension of martial law.

Philippine and international human rights groups aired their recommendations during a US Congress panel hearing into President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war on drugs.

President Rodrigo Duterte says he will never visit the United States while he is in office, and adds that he has "seen America and it's lousy."

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