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President Rodrigo Duterte fired a ranking official as part of his effort to cleanse the government of corrupt and inefficient personnel.

The main battle area in Marawi may need to be “bulldozed” as it has been greatly ravaged by the clashes between government forces and terrorists, Secretary Martin Andanar said.

Despite strong satisfaction with the way democracy is working, five in 10 Filipinos are still open to an autocratic form of government, a global Pew Research Center survey found.

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The Ninoy Aquino International Airport is no longer included in the top 20 worst airports in the world and the top five worst airports in Asia in 2017.

The University of the Philippines remains the country’s top tertiary education institution despite falling five places on the latest Quacquarelli Symonds Asia University Rankings.

Arvin Balag, alleged leader of Aegis Juris Fraternity, was cited in contempt by the Senate body investigating Horacio "Atio" Castillo III's death.

President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncement that protest groups are in conspiracy with communists endangers activists' lives, leaders said.

 Foreign aid, through technical assistance and financial support, poured into the country as government security forces fought with the Maute terror group to regain control of Marawi City.

Gunfire rang out sporadically and explosions thudded as Philippine soldiers fought Tuesday to regain control of the last pocket of Marawi controlled by Islamic militants, with President Rodrigo Duterte declaring the southern city liberated from "terrorist influence."

The Senate panels on public order, justice and constitutional amendments codes on Wednesday will resume its inquiry into the death of law student Horacio “Atio” Castillo III.

A city lies in ruins so the victory is no cause for celebration, but President Duterte nevertheless declared Marawi liberated yesterday from terrorist forces.

Government forces are hunting down a Malaysian militant tipped to take over as head of the Islamic State group in Southeast Asia, after the killing of Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute, the terrorist group’s former leaders.

Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña has confirmed that his predecessor Nicanor Faeldon had received more than P100 million in pasalubong or welcome gift from smugglers and unscrupulous businessmen shortly after he was appointed to head the BOC in May last year, Sen. Panfilo Lacson bared yesterday.

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