Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said he doesn’t deserve inclusion in the case filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC) wherein he was accused of committing crimes against humanity along with President Rodrigo Duterte.
Senator Sonny Angara has deplored the existence of hidden police cells in the country, saying those behind such facilities must be held accountable.
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Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II is willing to undergo investigation regarding the claims of gambling operator Charlie “Atong” Ang that he’s receiving payoffs from Small Town Lottery (STL) operations.
Cielito “Honeylet” Avanceña, live-in partner of President Rodrigo Duterte, can now honestly say that she has wined and dined with a Sultan in Brunei’s Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II on Friday (April 28) said that there is no truth to the accusation he wanted gambling operator Charlie “Atong” Ang killed.
President Rodrigo Duterte has accused Filipino-American millionaire Loida Nicolas Lewis of funding the Amnesty International (AI) to draw global attention to the war on illegal drugs.
There will be no let-up in President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign against illegal drugs, criminality and corruption even if he loses the support of those who voted for him.
The days when the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer can get away with doing what they want with nary a squeak from the government are numbered.
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Detained Senator Leila de Lima is sporting a slightly different hair look in time for summer.
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez is helping spread a little love even while visiting a mining site in Marinduque.
President Rodrigo Duterte has unmasked the Rufino-Prieto family, majority owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, for getting the best of both worlds as a crony of both Ferdinand Marcos and Cory Aquino.
Like President Rodrigo Duterte, Brunei Darussalam Prime Minister and Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah is into leather boots too, as what can be seen on this Malacañang photo dated April 27. Ironically, the Philippine leader wasn’t wearing his customary boots during this particular meeting.
Brunei Darussalam Prime Minister and Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah sports his serious face during his expanded bilateral meeting with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang on April 27. In fact, it’s so serious that his seat mate appears to notice.
Special Assistant to the President Bong Go looks green with envy over President Rodrigo Duterte’s new pair of leather boots, which he received on April 26. Those are actually top-quality kicks made by a pioneer cobbler from Marikina City, so Go really has all reasons to be jealous.
Brunei Darussalam Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah and Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III appear to be quite the chums here in this photo taken during the former’s arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City on April 26. Bolkiah is in town to attend the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit.
President Rodrigo Duterte looks very satisfied with his new pair of leather boots which was crafted by Rolando “Tatay Oly” Santos of Marikina City. Santos, who paid a courtesy call to Duterte at Malacañang on April 26, is one of the few remaining pioneers of Marikina’s famed shoe industry.
President Rodrigo Duterte is just taking the barrage of criticisms against his administration as par for the course in politics.
President Rodrigo Duterte has declared April 27 as Lapu-Lapu Day in honor of the Filipino native chieftain who repulsed Spanish invaders in the Battle of Mactan in 1521.
President Rodrigo Duterte has raised the white flag on the Philippines enjoying the United Natons Arbitral Tribunal ruling upholding its right over the West Philippine Sea being usurped by China.
Solicitor General Jose Calida said the joint venture agreement (JVA) entered by banana company Tagum Agricultural Development Corporation (TADECO) in 2003 to lease a 5,000-hectare property from the Davao Penal Colony (DAPECOL) should indeed be voided.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t intimidated by one of the world’s most influential newspapers which recently declared in its editorial that he should be stopped for his brutal war on drugs.