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This comes after BBC anchor Stephen Sackur confronted Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on his opposition to President Rodrigo Duterte that is 'out of tune' with public support for the Philippine leader
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The Ombudsman says the Philippines' backchannel talks with China during the Aquino administration do not constitute treason or espionage
The United Nations' secretary general urges the Gulf countries to find a peaceful solution to the row
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida admits to the High Court that martial law does not give the President additional powers, but only delivers the punch of an 'exclamation point'
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio asks Calida to submit intelligence reports pointing to 'actual rebellion' elsewhere in Mindanao to justify the region-wide martial law declaration
'While we will and we may uphold the power of the President, it is also our duty that that power is discharged fully in accordance with the framework that governs our country,' says Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio also points out that mere imminent threat of rebellion is not enough to declare martial law
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV says the DOJ order is 'proof' that retired Davao cop Arturo Lascañas told the 'truth' about President Rodrigo Duterte in connection with the Davao Death Squad
The Senate minority bloc also urges the public to fight for democracy amid the proliferation of fake news
(UPDATED) Even after the discovery of false claims and an old unrelated photo, Aguirre stands by his Department Order 385 to probe into a supposed destabilization plot by opposition leaders
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'Trying to blame others for your blunders unmasks you as a mean-spirited coward,' the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines tells Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II
The Palace says Aguirre still enjoys the 'full trust' of President Rodrigo Duterte
Despite repeated false claims made by the justice chief, Malacañang says Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II continues to enjoy the 'full trust' of President Rodrigo Duterte
The photo of the alleged plotters turns out to have been taken in 2015 at the Iloilo Airport, and not weeks before the Maute crisis erupted
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Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and congressman Gary Alejano call for a preliminary examination to give victims hope 'Duterte’s impunity would soon end'
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is determined to protect the country’s rights in the West Philippine Sea while avoiding a conflict with China
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Guterres raises alarm over the state of the world's oceans, saying pollution, overfishing and climate change are causing severe damage and that 'the situation is getting worse'
Cardinal Tagle cites the Marawi clashes and the Resorts World Manila attack as examples of a 'modern' world that 'throws away' its values
House Resolution Number 1050 in effect rejects the Makabayan bloc's resolution calling for a joint session to revoke martial law in Mindanao
The private ceremony was attended by only a handful of relatives – among them his 3 daughters – and friends at a crematorium in the capital
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House Bill 684 seeks to expand the coverage of the 70-year-old Shield Law which only exempts print journalists from revealing their news sources
The Makabayan lawmakers argue the President's report to Congress on martial law in Mindanao reveals 'exaggeration or falsity of the alleged events'
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The joint congressional session is needed to check the 'validity of the proclamation' and to 'prevent abuses,' all 6 minority senators say in a resolution
The opposition senators slam the allegation as 'black propaganda,' saying President Rodrigo Duterte is only seeking revenge against his critics
Father Antonio Moreno urges vigilance 'so that the dark atrocities of martial law under Ferdinand Marcos not be repeated'
Its allied groups are also planning to challenge the declaration before the Supreme Court
The United States, which is the biggest contributor to the United Nations, is eyeing significant budget cuts
"'Pag bibigyan mo ng palugit si Duterte, ang susunod nito buong Pilipinas na. Sinasanay niya, kinokondisyon niya isipan ng mamamayan na martial law ay okay lang,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
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Former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario also says China 'has strongly declared that it is might that will trump what is right'
The House has time-honored processes that protect itself from the tyranny of the majority. But the allies of President Duterte could not be bothered by these when they dismissed the first impeachment complaint against him.
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