The country’s largest drug rehabilitation center, envisioned to house up to 10,000 addicts, is treating only a few patients even as many city jails are bursting at the seams with the influx of at least 25,000 users amid the administration’s war on drugs.
“F___ing sh__” was how President Rodrigo R. Duterte described the European Union (EU) when he slammed anew the politico-economic bloc in his remarks on Thursday.
MARCH is Anti-Rabies Awareness Month.
But earlier this month, the viral disease claimed the life of seven-year-old Joshua Andy Durias in Barangay Paknaan, Mandaue City. He was bitten by a rabid dog owned by their next-door neighbor last March 7.
A Manila policeman accused of working for a drug lord was found dead outside his home three weeks after he allegedly shot dead a male senior citizen...
A suspected drug personality was shot dead by unidentified riding-in-tandem assailants in Bagong Silang, Caloocan.
As the Roman Catholic faithful observe the Lenten season, President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday lashed out anew at the Church, saying abuses involving the clergy will lead to the obsolescence of the religion in the Philippines.
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The government will borrow P180 billion domestically through the sale of treasury bills and bonds in the second quarter. This is about the same as the volume programmed for the first three months of the year.
In a March 22 memorandum to eligible government securities dealers, National Treasurer Rosalia V. De Leon said the Bureau of
PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte on Wednesday railed against the US anew for its supposed inaction on China’s aggressive island building-activities on the disputed South China Sea, saying Washington could have sent warships there to confront Beijing.
After declining in the last two years, the number of policemen accused of human rights violations rose in the first quarter of 2017, according to data from the Philippine National Police-Human Rights Affairs Office (PNP-HRAO).
Three turbulent decades after the Philippines shed dictatorship, President Rodrigo Duterte is offering a return to authoritarian rule as a solution to all the problems that democracy has failed to fix.
SAN PEDRO CITY — The police arrested on Wednesday afternoon a woman accused of duping a government official into paying half a million pesos by posing as a member of the staff of Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno.
CEBU CITY — A court here has prohibited Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña from closing any BDO branch in the city.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Music icon Bob Dylan is to receive his Nobel Literature Prize this weekend at a meeting with the Swedish Academy in Stockholm, it was announced on Wednesday, March 29.
BACOLOD CITY—The acting provincial police director of Negros Occidental and five other police officers have been relieved from their posts after a suspected illegal drug pusher linked them to the drug trade.