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Was the P15.5 billion budget for the Philippines' hosting of the 50th Anniversary of the Association of South East Asian Nations too lavish?

Malacañang on Saturday said it would accept any recommendation from the Armed Forces of the Philippines seeking for possible extension of martial law in Mindanao amid prevailing security threats in the strife-torn region.

Exactly a year after the controversial funeral, an anti-Marcos group on Saturday renewed its strong call for the exhumation of remains of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery.

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An international rights group praised Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday for publicly expressing concerns about the Philippine president's deadly crackdown on illegal drugs, saying the "quiet diplomacy" adopted by U.S. President Donald Trump and other world leaders won't stop the drug killings.

The government needs to foster a policy environment that will raise the participation of the financial sector in low-carbon investments, Sen. Loren Legarda said yesterday.

The committee on justice of the House of Representatives has invited Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to its hearing on the impeachment case against her on Nov. 22.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration yesterday monitored a low-pressure area that may develop into a tropical depression within the next 24 hours.

Finally, he’s back home in his “city by the sea” and can get some sleep.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV is once again facing coup d’etat charges, as he did after participating in military adventurism during the Arroyo administration.

“Rodrigo” must be easier on the tongue.

En route to Washington after his Asian tour, United States President Donald Trump said he had made it clear to other world leaders that “no one owns the ocean.”

Another day, another mishap for the Metro Rail Transit 3: train coaches detached from a northbound train in Makati City during yesterday morning’s rush hour, resulting in the unloading of over 100 commuters who were forced to walk to the next station.

The Department of Health is now preparing to purchase P200 million worth of contraceptives following the lifting of the temporary restraining order against the Reproductive Health Law.

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