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President Rodrigo Duterte has apologized for the inconvenience caused by the detaching of an MRT-3 coach from a train in Makati City last week.

President Rodrigo Duterte said he is eyeing to declare communist rebels as terrorists.

Despite the fundamental faults within the ASEAN, there are "glimmers of hope" for the bloc of 620 million people, said a journalist who has extensively covered its politics.

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The decision to extend martial law in Mindanao will be in accordance with the recommendation of the military and the police, President Duterte emphasized yesterday.

One year has passed since the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was given his controversial burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City, something that the members of the Senate minority bloc said is not worth remembering.

Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations Teodoro Locsin Jr. said the Philippines should have abstained from voting on a draft resolution calling on Myanmar authorities to end a military campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the nation’s Rakhine state.

Tropical Depression Tino has intensified into a tropical storm but is now outside the Philippine area of responsibility, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.

Almost 90 percent of people living in extreme poverty in Southeast Asia are in Indonesia and the Philippines, according to a report.

The Commission on Population has sounded the alarm over the rising population of the elderly, saying the country will have to prepare for this.

The façade of Catholic churches will be bathed in red on Nov. 22 as a symbol of solidarity with Christians who have been persecuted for their faith.

The Department of Transportation has identified several persons of interest who may be responsible for the decoupling of Metro Rail Transit  train cars last Thursday.

The list of senatorial candidates provided by Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez for the PDP-Laban is not yet final, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said yesterday.

At least 100 foreign jihadists, fresh from their Islamic State-supervised military training in Indonesia, reportedly entered the country before the five-month Marawi siege was officially over.

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