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With security threats still prevailing in Mindanao, the military might consider extending martial law in the region.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is not closing the door yet on the prospect of attending a House panel hearing on her impeachment, her legal team said yesterday.

Tobias Enverga Jr., the first Filipino-Canadian to sit in the Senate of Canada, died while on a parliamentary visit to Colombia on Thursday morning, according to a report of the Toronto Star.

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While hosting the 31st Association of the South East Asian Nations Summit, the Philippine government made talks which led to reaffirmed commitments and inked deals during and on the sideline of the meetings.

Undersecretary Mocha Uson and presidential spokesperson Harry Roque are two of the individuals being eyed by the ruling PDP-Laban to be its senatorial candidates in the 2019 mid-term elections, according to House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez.

Was the P15.5 billion budget for the Philippines' hosting of the 50th Anniversary of the Association of South East Asian Nations too lavish?

Filipino-Canadian and distinguished lawmaker Tobias Enverga Jr. has passed away unexpectedly on Thursday morning, his office said in a statement.

Rights group Amnesty International said in a report on Friday that both government forces and Islamist militants committed violations of international humanitarian law.

Authorities arrested three suspected Abu Sayyaf members for allegedly planning to terrorize the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit and Related Meetings.

Quezon City will expedite hearings for petty crimes to reduce the population of inmates as part of the jail decongestion program.

US President Donald Trump committed an additional $14.3 million for Marawi and $2 million for programs to reduce drug demand in the Philippines. These weren't new pledges.

An international rights group praised Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday for publicly expressing concerns about the Philippine president's deadly crackdown on illegal drugs, saying the "quiet diplomacy" adopted by U.S. President Donald Trump and other world leaders won't stop the drug killings.

The government needs to foster a policy environment that will raise the participation of the financial sector in low-carbon investments, Sen. Loren Legarda said yesterday.

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