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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 Duterte used an ASEAN gathering last night to take another potshot at Western nations’ supposed interference in the country’s domestic affairs, specifically his bloody war on drugs, challenging them to “join the fray” and help solve the problem “the civilized way.”

President Duterte has lumped illegal recruiters together with drug traffickers as he ordered a crackdown on their activities that have turned “Filipinos into slaves” abroad.

Despite the liberation of Marawi City, Mindanao will remain under martial law until the last terrorist is killed, President Duterte said last night.

President Duterte is serious about modernizing public utility vehicles, including jeepneys, the chairman of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board said yesterday.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno cannot be held liable for the delayed release of the pension of 94-year-old Dolores Colayco, widow of a Court of Appeals justice who recently passed away without receiving her pension, Supreme Court spokesman Theodore Te has said.

Records from the five-year stint of Andres Bautista as chairman of the Presidential Commission on Good Government until 2015 will be included in the Articles of Impeachment the House of Representatives is drafting for his trial at the Senate next month.

President Duterte last night confirmed he fired an undersecretary of the Department of Budget and Management over charges of corruption.

President Duterte appeared to have doubts on the capability of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency to curb the drug menace as he chided critics for supposedly underestimating the problem.


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