Senator Tito Sotto: Dapat lang na isumite ng Philippine National Police (PNP) ang report sa drug war
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Former Bayan Muna Rep. Teddy Casiño is furious at Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque for insinuating that human rights groups have become unwitting tools of drug lords to destabilize the Duterte administration.
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Philippine police said Thursday they had shot dead 13 drug suspects, just days after President Rodrigo Duterte moved to take the country out of the International Criminal Court over its inquiry into his deadly drug war.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has given the go signal for soldiers and policemen to threaten human rights rapporteurs from the United Nations if ever they insist on getting information about the war on drugs.
President Duterte has again showed that he is ready to defend his policemen from human rights allegations that continue to hound the administration’s drug war.
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Philippine police said Wednesday they have adopted special measures, including body cameras, to reduce violence in anti-narcotics operations as the International Criminal Court investigates allegations of thousands of extrajudicial killings…
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Malacañang said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi “responded very positively” to President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on drugs during their bilateral meeting in India.
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President Rodrigo Duterte admitted that his behavior is only suitable for a mayor and conceded that he is no statesman.
2017 has been one heck of a year for Philippine politics. From the declaration of martial law, to rigodon in the drug war and word wars in and out of Congress' halls, Filipinos have been shocked and amused at politikos' antics.
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Malacañang admitted in a year-end report that around eight people were killed every day in drug operations under the Duterte administration.
Philippine police will return to the frontlines of President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war, his spokesman said Tuesday, less than two months after they were demoted in response to rising opposition to the crackdown.
More than 3,900 people have been killed in President Duterte’s campaign to purge the country of illegal drugs as of last month.
President Rodrigo Duterte has no plans of listening to human rights advocates amid his plan to return control of the drug war to the Philippine National Police (PNP).
President Rodrigo Duterte has brushed aside the perennial accusation that he has a hand in the killing of several drug suspects since his term began.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III filed a libel complaint against a blogger who made vicious attacks and called him and six other lawmakers as “Malacanang Dogs” for not singing a resolution seeking the end of killings in the drug…
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque will clarify with President Rodrigo Duterte Monday (November 27) if he is decided on bringing the Philippine National Police back into the drug war.
President Rodrigo Duterte is bent on allowing the police to take control of the war on drugs once again, despite criticism over the high death toll caused by the campaign.
Liberal Party senators on Friday raised doubts on the government’s sincerity in solving the drug problem amid its plan to bring the Philippine National Police (PNP) back to frontline of the war on drugs.”
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon wants the P900 million proposed budget for Oplan Tokhang be used for the housing needs of the Philippine National Police (PNP) following its departure from the drug war.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s sharp tongue against the European Union, which has been critical of his war against drugs, took a backseat at the ASEAN Summit, with EU Council President Donald Tusk attending the talks.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to shoot criminals himself, while warning he may bring police back to the frontlines of his deadly war on drugs.
President Duterte’s latest “outburst” threatening to expel diplomats of the European Union (EU) is just his way of telling them to respect the sovereignty of the Philippines in dealing with issues confronting the country in the “Filipino…