The Philippines won its bid to keep its seat at the United Nations Human Rights Council despite international criticism of the administration’s war on drugs.
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EU member states risk helping wealthy foreigners launder billions of euros in dirty money by offering "golden visas" in exchange for investment, two NGOs warned Wednesday, urging officials to impose tougher checks on potential…
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Homosexuality is still subject to the death penalty in many countries, particularly in the Middle East and Africa, while others allow gay marriage and adoption.
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Senator Risa Hontiveros called Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano’s statement that the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is biased against the Philippines and misinformed on the deadly war on drugs “ridiculous,”…
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Senate President Koko Pimentel III on Saturday said Filipinos must benefit from the various uses of "nuclear technology," including fighting cancer.
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The violin that Mozart used as a child left Friday for a state visit by Austrian government members to China, where a seven-year-old girl will play it for President Xi Jinping.
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The "politics of demonization" provided fertile ground for human rights abuses in 2017, exemplified by the response of Europe and Donald Trump's US to the refugee crisis, rights group Amnesty international said Thursday.
Pinotrektahan si Parojinog! Palace: Ex-DDB chief Santiago booted out over junkets, favors from drug…
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Former Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chairman Dionisio Santiago was asked to resign not just because of his comment that the mega rehabilitation center in Nueva Ecija was a mistake.
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Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Director General Aaron N. Aquino led the Philippine delegation in a two-week training course on an international cooperation program in China, which is the main supplier of shabu in the…
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Austria and Germany joined France on Friday in raising the spectre of staying away from the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea amid security fears over nuclear-armed North Korea.
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Diplomats have turned down their criticism of the administration's war on drugs when they met President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang Monday (August 7).
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European Union lawmakers on Friday expressed concern over the killings in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs and his possible extension of martial law.
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A “prisoner of conscience” thrown to jail by the Duterte administration for continuously criticizing the government's flagrant violations of human rights and bloody campaign against illegal drugs trade.
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The Department of Interior and Local Government's purchase of firetrucks from Austria-- which reportedly cost former Secretary Ismael Sueno his job-- will push through, Malacañang said Thursday (April 20).
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President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday (April 4) confirmed sacking Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno because he believed the official lied through his teeth regarding the procurement of firetrucks from Austria.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't like United States President Donald Trump's order setting a temporary roadblock on immigrants and refugees in his first week in office.
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Take a good, long look at the upcoming term of Vice President-elect Leni Robredo; she may be the last Philippine vice president that we'll see for a very long time.