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The Court of Tax Appeals has junked the petition of Tagum Agricultural Development Corp. for a refund of P119.6-million creditable input value-added tax for 2012.

Malacañang on Saturday said authorities have learned that the "real" assailant behind the killing of Michael Siaron, the man in the Pieta-like picture, was a member of a drug syndicate.

The beginning of military pullout in the battle-scarred Marawi City does not signal the end of fighting between state forces and remaining ISIS-linked terrorists, Malacañang said on Saturday.

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President Rodrigo Duterte has stoked fears of a looming dictatorship after he threatened to establish a revolutionary government to quell supposed attempts to destabilize his rule.

President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday night claimed that minors arrested by the police in anti-drug operations are drug couriers, citing Kian Delos Santos's case.

Detained Sen. Leila de Lima remains hopeful that the Supreme Court justices will be convinced of her camp’s position once the plea for reconsideration is presented to them, a week after the High Court decided to keep her in jail for drug charges.

Despite a significant decrease, a majority of Filipinos still believe the Duterte administration is enforcing the law equally, according to a survey by Pulse Asia.

An international lawmakers group has called for the release of detained Sen. Leila De Lima, stressing that her criminal case is a "response" to her "vocal opposition" to President Rodrigo Duterte.

Controlling the spiraling cost of goods remains the leading national concern among Filipinos, the latest Pulse Asia survey suggests.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to attend the ASEAN Summit in Manila, the Philippines' top diplomat confirmed Thursday.

Self-confessed drug distributor Kerwin Espinosa entered a "not guilty" plea before the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch in an illegal drug trading case.

Confirming that he has met with US government officials, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV clarified that he did not attempt to stop US President Donald Trump's planned visit to the Philippines.

While vowing that the government will push for a peaceful resolution, President Rodrigo Duterte is not in a hurry in managing the longstanding maritime dispute with China.

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