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Duterte, who has repeatedly expressed readiness to wage war against the communist rebels, scrapped the moribund talks through Proclamation No. 360, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said.

President Duterte is bringing the police back to the government’s war on illegal drugs because he is not satisfied with the accomplishments of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Malacañang said yesterday.

The National Democratic Front yesterday expressed its “grave concern” over President Duterte’s decision to scuttle the peace talks with communist rebels.

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Senators aired their disappointment after the prosecutors of the Department of Justice cleared former Bureau of Customs chief Nicanor Faeldon and several of his subordinates of drug trafficking charges in relation to the P6.4-billion shabu smuggling incident earlier this year.

President Duterte has appointed his former spokesman Ernesto Abella as foreign affairs undersecretary.

She was busy “doing the rounds of public forums” but couldn’t find time to attend hearings on her impeachment, lawyer Lorenzo Gadon said of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, whom he accused of deliberately ignoring an invitation from the House committee on justice to personally confront her accuser.

A group of overseas Filipino workers yesterday vowed to block any attempt by the Duterte administration to install a revolutionary government.

Malacañang shrugged off the depiction of President Rodrigo Duterte as a “joker” in playing cards produced by a group based in the United Kingdom.

Malacañang is hopeful that the trial of the cases related to the Maguindanao massacre, the worst election-related violent incident in the country, will be finished in four years.

The Department of Public Works and Highways defended its move to topple the Bonifacio centennial monument in Makati City.

The House justice panel is mulling issuing a subpoena to Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno to compel her to attend its hearings.

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency welcomes the return of the Philippine National Police as the lead agency in the government's campaign against illegal drugs, admitting that it did not have enough resources to fight the drug problem.

President Rodrigo Duterte was perhaps not pleased with the accomplishments of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in leading his anti-narcotics campaign, Malacañang said Thursday after the leader revealed he might bring back the police to the frontline of the drug war.

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