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DU30: Martial law can end PH's woes

MARTIAL law could help end the nation’s drug and terrorism problems, President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday said raising concerns anew over the Philippine leader resorting to martial rule. “If I declare martial law, I will finish all the problems, not just…

No Pinoy’s wounded or killed in London attack

NO Filipinos were among the victims of a terror attack near the British Parliament, the Philippine Embassy in London said yesterday. “So far, we have not received any reports of Filipinos affected by the incident in London,” the Philippine Embassy…

Shrill cry for Leni’s head

NOT even President Duterte can stop a group of volunteer lawyers from filing an impeachment case against Vice President Leni Robredo. According to Atty. Bruce Rivera, of “Impeach Leni Team,” the complaint against the vice president is based on general…

Vice President: Impeach moves bad for country

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REACTING for the first time to impeachment reports, Vice President Leni Robredo said any ouster move either against her or President Rodrigo Duterte will do no good for the country. “Tingin ko ‘yung impeachment—whether against the President or against sa…

Alvarez eager to oust Leni, eyes ‘express route’

NOTWITHSTANDING President Rodrigo Duterte’s rejection of any attempt to impeach Vice President Leni Robredo, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez is determined to file an impeachment case against her. In a text message, Alvarez said the House of Representatives has a mandate under…

PNPA rites bring DU30, Robredo together again

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte will again be with Vice President Leni Robredo, their time at the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA)’s 38th commencement exercises at Camp Gen. Mariano Castaneda in Silang, Cavite today. The President will deliver the commencement address to…

Teo to media: Help us sell PH, tone down EJK reports

Reports on extrajudicial killings (EJKs) by Vice President Leni Robredo and the media are making it difficult to “sell” the Philippines as a tourist destination. In a press conference in Bangkok yesterday, Tourism chief Wanda Teo said statements and reports…

PH, Thailand sign agri, other vital deals

The Philippines signed agricultural deals with Thailand as well as agreements in tourism, science and technology as well as accords to ensure security and stability in the region including the South China Sea, and address such issues as terrorism, sea…

Traffic enforcer gunned down over traffic violation

A 46-year-old traffic enforcer was shot dead by a motorist the victim earlier accosted for traffic violation Tuesday afternoon in Pasay City. The victim identified as Noel Lunas of Pasay City Traffic Management Office and resident of 2940 C. Cruz…

Alan: just give absolute trust to Du30

SEN. Alan Peter Cayetano said Filipinos should just give their “absolute trust” to President Rodrigo Duterte on the issue concerning the Philippines territorial dispute with China. Cayetano made the remarks as he defended the President over his statements that the…

‘Scary news’

BANGKOK -- The Philippine tourism secretary urged the media, Wednesday, to “tone down” coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly drug war, complaining that reports on extrajudicial killings were scaring away foreigners. On a trip to Thailand accompanying Duterte, Tourism Secretary…

Duterte back from trip to Myanmar, Thailand

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is flying home at dawn today after his two-day official visit to Myanmar and Thailand.| The President met Tuesday with Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-Cha, completing a series of get-acquainted visits with the members of the 10-country…

PH, Thailand boost tourism cooperation

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THE Philippines and Thailand have resolved to revive their 23-year-old tourism cooperation agreement during this week’s official visit of President Rodrigo Duterte to Bangkok. President Duterte and Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-Cha stood as witnesses as Philippine Tourism Secretary Wanda…

ASEAN, China set SCS Code of Conduct talks

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CHINA is set to host a meeting with members of the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in May on the Code of Conduct framework amid territorial disputes in the South China Sea (SCS). Acting Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique…

China asked to explain Scarborough Shoal plan

THE Philippines on Tuesday sent a note verbale to China to seek clarification on its announced construction the disputed Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea. Foreign Affairs spokesman Charles Jose said the note verbale was sent to the Chinese…
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