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China on Thursday said it has reminded Chinese enterprises abroad to follow international and domestic laws, dousing fears of some Philippine lawmakers over “national security threats” posed by the possible entry of a Chinese telecom provider to the industry.

Facebook announced Friday it will ask its two billion users to rank their trust in news sources, in its latest attempt to combat the spread of misinformation on the social network.

President Rorigo Duterte on Tuesday blasted the news outlet Rappler for its supposed unfair reporting on the Navy's multibillion peso frigate acquisition program.

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Sen. Leila de Lima on Friday called on her colleagues in Liberal Party to continue working together in combating threats against democracy and the rights of the people.

There’s no way Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez can bully the Senate into agreeing to a joint session and voting with the lower house in crafting a constitution for a federal government, senators said yesterday.

The military has strengthened security in several cities in Mindanao.

Mayon Volcano’s current activities may not lead to an “explosive” eruption, according to state volcanologists, but they continued to warn residents against mudflow and lahar flow which could be triggered by heavy rains.

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

The Department of Justice (DOJ) yesterday filed murder charges against two Caloocan City policemen for the killing of teenagers Carl Angelo Arnaiz and Reynado “Kulot” de Guzman.

The year 2017 saw the tables turned at the Department of Justice (DOJ) with the indictment of its former secretary turned senator, Leila de Lima.

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has subpoenaed Rappler’s chief executive officer Maria Ressa, a reporter of the news website and a businessman in connection with a cybercrime complaint filed by a Filipino-Chinese businessman in 2012.

The government has rejected the request of a French-based non-profit organization to conduct marine scientific research in Philippine waters as the proposed expedition covered a “sensitive” area in the country’s territory, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said yesterday.

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) is no longer renewing the ground handling services contract of MIASCOR Aviation Services due to pilferage incidents.

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