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The Philippine government on Saturday slammed New York-based rights observer Human Rights Watch for supposedly “misleading” the international community with a report saying the country is in “worst human rights crisis” under the Duterte administration.

Two Indonesian hostages were freed Friday night after more than one year in captivity by the Abu Sayyaf group in the jungle of Sulu, the military said.

President Rodrigo Duterte claimed on Thursday that killings were needed in order to keep a city peaceful and described these deaths as an "investment."

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Special Assistant to the President Christopher "Bong" Go said on Friday that he was willing to attend any congressional probe into the multi-billion peso Navy frigate acquisition project he was accused of dipping his hands into.

The Department of Justice has filed murder charges against two Caloocan cops over the slay of Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo "Kulot" de Guzman.

The anti-graft court Sandiganbayan has granted the request of former Technical Education and Skills Development Authority director general Augusto Syjuco and wife former Iloilo representative Judy Syjuco to stay in Singapore for 12 days.

"Our presumption is, as investigation is concerned, they still violated the Cybercrime Law. Maybe, except the time of the effectivity of the law, the article was already taken down, then they did not violate any crime then," Eduarte continued.


Facebook has emerged as the top site for wildlife trafficking in the Philippines, a watchdog said Friday, with thousands of endangered crocodiles, snakes and turtles illegally traded in just three months.

A protest for press freedom set to be staged in Quezon City on Friday evening is a testament that freedom and democracy are alive in the country, Malacañang said.

President Rodrigo Duterte and his ASEAN counterparts will be the state guests of honor for India's Republic Day celebrations on January 26.

Members of the Senate minority bloc have filed a resolution calling for an investigation into the controversial multibillion-peso frigate acquisition program of the Philippine Navy.

More international groups have voiced their concern over the Philippine government's move to shut down online news organization Rappler.

The country’s top cop on Friday said the Philippine National Police is raising funds to help the relieved police officers, who mistakenly shot at a vehicle and killed two of its passengers in Mandaluyong, to post bail.


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