Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa has vowed to be harsher on erring policemen in a bid to improve the organization's image.
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The Philippines has urged the International Criminal Court to ward off attempts to be used for political agenda, as President Rodrigo Duterte’s critics call on the tribunal to investigate drug-related killings.
Detained Sen. Leila de Lima is grinning from ear to ear after being named by the US-based Foreign Policy magazine as one of its Leading Global Thinkers of 2017 for “openly defying” President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
Opposition Sen. Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday voted to approve the P3.7 trillion national budget for 2018 because it is “tokhang-free” budget.
Malacañang has urged critics accusing the police of abusing their powers in carrying out the war on drugs to file complaints instead of coming up with press releases.
Senator Win Gatchalian on Friday called on the Philippine National Police (PNP) to follow Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency’s lead in carrying out the war on drugs.
Malacañang on Thursday thanked President Donald Trump for the $2 million assistance the United States provided to the Philippine government’s anti-drug campaign, saying it clearly showed that the US President supports President Rodrigo…
It's unlikely for United States President Donald Trump to discuss the bloody war on drugs with President Rodrigo Duterte when they hold a bilateral meeting in Manila on November 13, Malacañang said.
Malacañang on Thursday said it would not comment on the letter sent by two American lawmakers to United States President Donald Trump, urging him to discuss the Philippine human rights situation in his meeting with President Rodrigo…
President Rodrigo Duterte has had enough of explaining the roots and gravity of the Philippines' drug problem to foreigners, particularly the European Union.
President Rodrigo Duterte has denied ordering policemen to kill drug suspects, amid the backlash on the administration’s bloody war on drugs.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar sure does take after President Rodrigo Duterte when it comes to cracking sexual innuendoes.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Tuesday said the case of the so-called “Pieta” drug suspect, Michael Siaron, exposed the massive misinformation campaign being waged by critics of President Rodrigo Duterte and his war…
Close to half of Politiko fans believe President Rodrigo Duterte should take proactive steps to end extrajudicial killings under his watch, particularly after his public satisfaction with him suffered a double-digit drop in the latest…
President Rodrigo Duterte is distancing even himself from the war on drugs after ordering the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) to take the lead.
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 Rodrigo Duterte appears to be psyching the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) for failure as he expressed doubt that it will succeed in the war on drugs.
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked foreigners to ask questions regarding the casualties of the war on drugs instead of just citing statistics.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV went to Washington D.C. to personally brief American senators on the real situation in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte, including the extrajudicial killings in his brutal war on drugs.
A Filipino-American leader who graduated from the Philippine Military Academy has questioned Senator Antonio Trillanes IV's motives for visiting American senators in Washington, DC., hinting he could be liable for treason.
Saying that political uncertainty will not benefit the country, Sen. Bam Aquino has called on fellow government to “work together” for political stability and progress.
With far less resources and manpower than the Philippine National Police (PNP), President Rodrigo Duterte doesn't believe the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) can win the war on drugs that he has vowed to continue.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency's (PDEA) assumption of the lead role in the war on drugs may be a cause for celebration for human rights groups, but President Rodrigo Duterte warns the change may bring "grave consequences."