President Rodrigo Duterte said he does not fear retribution from human rights organizations that want him to pay for the thousands of extrajudicial killings in his drug war.
Senator Leila M. de Lima is extremely disappointment over the first three years of the Duterte regime.
President Duterte took a swipe at Iceland for initiating a UN resolution to investigate the human rights situation in the Philippines
Vice President Leni Robredo reiterated the importance of the government's openness towards the investigation being sought at the United Nations Human Rights Council over the administration's drug war.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra has decided to sit it out and let Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. and Malacanang Spokesman Salvador Panelo do the talking concerning the decision of the United Nations Human Rights Council…
Former Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go said the war on illegal drugs will continue and will even be tougher.
Detained Senator Leila de Lima expects President Rodrigo Duterte to go on another killing frenzy after watching "Kangkungan", a viral video directed by Mike de Leon, which slams the administrations's drug war and its crack down on…
President Rodrigo Duterte knows that he will be a sitting duck to drug lords seeking payback for his bloody drug war once he steps down from power in 2022.
Presidential Legal Adviser Salvador Panelo is claiming that the number of Filipino drug addicts could have tripled to 10 million without President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war.
The United States has thrown its support behind the administration's war on drugs, which President Rodrigo Duterte warned will be "harsher" as his term continues.
Kill or be killed.
The conviction of Horacio Hernandez Herrera, an alleged member of a Mexican drug cartel, is a "positive development," Malacanang said Wednesday.
A Mexican journalist was found murdered in the first such case of 2019, authorities said Monday, as the country set a new homicide record for 2018 -- signs of the ongoing toll of Mexico's drug war.
Finish me off or I’ll finish you all! Duterte admits to 4,000 official drug killings, vows to do it…
President Rodrigo Duterte took responsibility for at least 4,000 deaths under his drug war and vowed to carry out his brutal strategy the end of his term in 2022.
The International Criminal Court's (ICC) prosecutor has announced the continuation of its investigation into the Duterte administration's war on drugs despite the Philippines' withdrawal from the tribunal.
Killings will continue: President Rodrigo Duterte vows no let up in drug war
Senator Leila de Lima is accusing President Rodrigo Duterte of using his bloody drug war targeting poor, drug addicts as a cover up for large-scale drug operations.
Jailed drug user Bitoy Paras perks up when describing his support for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on narcotics, an unlikely fan of a campaign that has left Filipinos deeply conflicted.
Malacanang has welcomed the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showing that 78 percent of Filipinos are satisfied with the administration’s all-out war against illegal drugs.
The latest Social Weater Stations (SWS) survey showed that 78 percent of Filipinos are “satisfied” with the anti-drug campaign of the Duterte administation.
Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson and Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito are calling on President Rodrigo Duterte to shift his focus from the war against drugs to the economy, as the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas sees inflation in August hitting a…
Palace wants to review 'real numbers' on drug war
Administrations solons are looking forward to hear a candid and substantive State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte which is expected to focus on his advocacy for federalism, war on drugs and corruption, as well as…
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