THE NATIONAL BUREAU of Investigation maintained that the deaths of four soldiers killed by policemen in Sulu in July were murder, contrary to the statements of the police that the killing of the soldiers were justified and they should be acquitted of the crime.
A Democrat lawmaker has filed a bill in the United States House of Representatives seeking the suspension of Washington’s police and military aid to the Philippines due to the alleged human rights violations of the Duterte administration.
Malacañang on Wednesday expressed support for the decision of social media giant Facebook to shut down over 100 fake accounts allegedly linked to the Philippine military and police due to “coordinated inauthentic behavior.”
MANILA – Police officers should keep themselves in a professional and dignified manner when on duty or during inspections, the country’s second-highest police official said on Monday.
Malacañang downplayed allegations that the police killed 50 percent more people between April and July 2020 than they did in the previous four-month period.
Malacañang on Monday defended the police monitoring of social media for for violations of quarantine protocols.
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As the police killing an unarmed black man sparked widespread outrage across United States, President Rodrigo Duterte takes pride that the Philippines is a nation of law-abiding citizens.
US ex-president Jimmy Carter said Wednesday he was pained by last week’s police killing of an unarmed black man and urged authorities to end discriminatory policing and other systemic injustices that “undermine” American democracy.
Prosecutors in Minnesota on Wednesday upgraded charges against the US police officer primarily implicated in the killing of a handcuffed black man, and charged three other officers over the death, which has ignited nationwide protests.
Pope Francis said on Wednesday “we cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism”, in reaction to the killing of a black man by US police that has sparked nationwide protests.
Police fired tear gas outside the White House late Sunday as anti-racism protestors again took to the streets to voice fury at police brutality, and major US cities were put under curfew to suppress rioting.
Mayor Lino Cayetano ordered the closure of all common spaces in condominium buildings and residential areas as part of the strict implementation of the enhanced community quarantine. Residents in a post condo building at Bonifacio Global City complained.
Six Indonesians have been arrested for allegedly spreading misinformation online about the deadly coronavirus, police said Tuesday, as the Southeast Asian nation’s confirmed infection cases jumped.
The co-accused of Police Major Rodney Baloyo on Friday (March 6) pleaded not guilty over charges in connection with their alleged involvement in the anomalous 2013 drug operations in Pampanga.
Sri Lanka will deploy troops to help police control worsening traffic congestion in the capital, the army said Monday.
Former Ozamis City vice mayor Nova Princess Parojinog claimed the shabu and firearms were planted by police who arrested her at her home in July 30, 2017.
President Rodrigo Duterte asked the country’s police force to avoid any involvement in illegal activities.
Police officers should utilize social media in monitoring peace and order situations in their areas.