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

The filing of murder charges against two Caloocan City policemen for the killing of two minors in the country’s capital proved that there is no state-sanctioned killings under the Duterte administration, Public Attorney's Office chief Persida Rueda Acosta said Saturday.

One out of three Filipino families escaped abject poverty in the last three months of 2017, a Social Weather Stations survey released Friday found.

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The policies of US President Donald Trump and his embrace of populist strongmen have dealt a blow to rights campaigns around the world but resistance is building, Human Rights Watch said Thursday.

It seems there’s no stopping the Charter change (Cha-cha) express train launched by congressmen, even without senators on board.

Mayon Volcano has received a facelift.

Passengers arriving at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) no longer have to open their luggage for Customs inspection.

President Duterte welcomed last Wednesday the newly appointed ambassadors of Serbia, South Korea and Tanzania, receiving their credentials at Malacañang.

News website Rappler yesterday slammed Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II following his directive to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to probe company officials for supposed violation of media ownership laws.

Malacañang has designated Rear Admiral Robert Empedrad, the acting Navy chief, as flag officer-in-command in a permanent capacity.

Citing the psychological, emotional and financial burden of facing more than 300 cases in court, former undersecretary Mario Relampagos of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has opted to flee the country.

The number of Filipinos satisfied with the performance of the national government under President Duterte rebounded by 12 points and reached a record-high “excellent” rating in the recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.

Lawmakers rushing the crafting of a constitution for a federal government are inviting public wrath, the chairman of the Senate panel on Charter change initiatives has warned.

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