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President Duterte asked former Dangerous Drugs Board chairman Dionisio Santiago to resign because of allegations that he used taxpayers’ money for unnecessary foreign trips, Malacañang said yesterday.

The three newly commissioned 44-meter multi-role response vessels of the Philippine Coast Guard might be tasked to patrol the West Philippine Sea in January.

The Department of Education yesterday called on the public to be vigilant against fake news as it disowned posts circulating on social media regarding the supposed suspension of classes this week.

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With almost 90 percent of those who fall in “extreme poverty” in Southeast Asia living in Indonesia and the Philippines, the Catholic Church is calling for a better humanitarian response to combat poverty through its AlayKapwa program.

Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano yesterday defended the country’s vote against a United Nations resolution urging Myanmar to end its military campaign Rohingya Muslims living in its Rakhine state.

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez is considering Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II for inclusion in the administration party’s senatorial slate in 2019 to help shepherd pending bills in the Senate.

The planned declaration of a revolutionary government being floated by President Duterte and his allies has neither legal nor historical basis, an independent opposition lawmaker insisted yesterday.

The ban on open pit mining stays despite the recommendation of the interagency Mining Industry Coordinating Council to lift the ban, Malacañang said yesterday.

A stalwart and a top financier of the Liberal Party are facing criminal charges for allegedly using fake documents to dupe the government and their business partners of billions of pesos in mining revenues.

Philippine hospitals are encouraged to adopt environment-friendly practices because of their substantial carbon footprint.

President Rodrigo Duterte's "memorandum" naming PDEA as the sole agency for the drug war isn't among the official issuances he may pass under the executive's "ordinance powers."

House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said he would endorse the inclusion of Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II to the 2019 senatorial slate of the ruling party.

"It is wrong to assume that [Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno] doesn't want to attend the hearings. She does—except that she intends to do so through counsel."

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