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Court rejects government effort to recover more than P1 billion worth of art, property and investments from the family and associates of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, saying the state failed to prove its case.
Based on its 2019 report, Deutsche Bank said the top three cities with the lowest quality of life were Lagos, Nigeria; Beijing, China; and Manila, Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte is “OK and well,” Malacañang said on Monday, despite the 74-year-old leader’s admission that he suffers from an autoimmune disease that can potentially have serious complications.
The Department of the Interior and Local Government has started investigating the pilfering of confiscated illegal drugs by rogue policemen and the alleged coddling of involved officers.
These latest police raids expose the darker side of online gambling businesses catering to Chinese nationals in the Philippines.
More murder cases were recorded in the first three years and three months of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte than in the same period under his predecessor.
The rights organization tells government spokesman Panelo: Do your homework.
Reparations for Philippines fishermen sought after boat sunk by Chinese ship.
Moon Jae-in meets with Asia News Network editors, says he is ready to facilitate next Trump – Kim summit.
Many have called on the International Criminal Court to investigate Duterte’s deadly drug war.
For the first time, the United States called on China to remove missiles it deployed on three fortified outposts it built in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea.
Twenty-two overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been rescued from dire living conditions by authorities in Denmark, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said.
After killing 64 in the Philippines and pummelling Hong Kong and Macau, the mightiest storm of the year is wreaking havoc in China.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s government has blamed former President Benigno Aquino for creating a culture of impunity as the government battles human rights abuse accusations.
An editorial in the Philippines Daily Inquirer outlines the country’s capitulation to China on the South China Sea issue.