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Major General Fernando Trinidad, Armed Forces of the Philippines deputy chief of staff for Intelligence, said that there has been an "influx" of foreign terrorists, "in the guise of tourists and businessmen," in the southern Philippines.


The shift to a federal from unitary form of government will address the problem of unemployment among Filipinos, former Sen. Aquilino Pimentel Jr said Wednesday.

The Philippines maintained its "partly free" status in the 2018 world freedom index released by human rights advocacy group Freedom House.

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"If Supreme Court reneges of this responsibility, it will lead to death of democracy."

The revocation of Rappler's business registration is “harsh” and has horrifying implications on Philippine media freedom, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism said.

President Rodrigo Duterte denied that he had a hand in the shutdown order of the Securities and Exchange Commission on the operations of the news website Rappler.

Special Assistant to the President Christopher "Bong" Go on Tuesday denied that he dipped his hands into the Philippine Navy's procurement of frigates as part of the military's modernization program.

The provincial government of Albay has declared a “state of calamity” as the hazardous eruption Tuesday of Mayon Volcano is possible within weeks or even days.

The camp of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno on Monday dismissed as a "publicity stunt" the plan of the House justice committee to divulge the results of the psychiatric evaluation conducted on her.

The Department of Foreign Affairs had deployed four "passport on wheels" vehicles around Metro Manila to decongest its consular offices.

Reimbursement is not enough.

Public trust in Vice President Leni Robredo significantly recovered in the last three months of 2017, a Social Weather Stations survey released on Tuesday found.

"All the details should be laid on the table because as far as ordinary jeepney drivers are concerned, it is their livelihood that is at stake here," Poe said.


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