The release of the 40 detained Kadamay members comes ahead of the courts’ closure for the Holy Week
Epifana Rufa, 83, is the oldest Kadamay member detained in Camp Karingal over charges of trespassing and coercion
Senior citizens have been arrested with a group for occupying a site from which they were evicted. They sleep on pavements, wooden planks at Camp Karingal.
'We focus on entrepreneurship because we need to, in order to develop our country,' Senator Bam Aquino tells students at the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp
Affidavits executed by cops assigned to Senator Leila de Lima on February 24 and the detained lawmaker's notary public tell different stories
The 3-day camp is set just before the 2017 PBA Commissioner's Cup opens on Friday
The 6-year-old Japanese Spitz follows the senator wherever she goes, except when he sees a stray cat at the custodial center while looking around
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'Baka mapagod po kayo,' Felix Nathaniel 'Angel' Manalo tells supporters who flocked to Camp Karingal to see him
(UPDATED) Protesters mass outside Camp Crame where Senator Leila de Lima is detained, in a demonstration against the alleged death-squad murders of thousands of drug suspects
Habang papalabas ako ng Palasyo at sa aking paglalakad, isang foreign journalist na nagla-live report ang aking nadaanan at nakaringgan na ganito ang sinasabi: 'We, the Americans, like to think we taught Filipinos democracy. Tonight, they are teaching the world.'
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Former president Benigno Aquino III also expresses concern over the security of his former justice chief, who is now detained in Camp Crame
Senator Leila de Lima's cell – which used to be occupied by either former senator Juan Ponce Enrile or the Tiamzon couple – has a fan, a bed, and a bathroom, says her lawyer
Senator Leila de Lima will have officers from the Senate Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms with her at the PNP Custodial Center, says Senator Francis Pangilinan
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says he doesn't 'see any reason' why anyone would want to harm Senator Leila de Lima while in police custody
(UPDATED) Senator De Lima appears before a Muntinlupa judge shortly past 11 am and is now on her way back to Camp Crame
It is not yet clear if President Rodrigo Duterte will attend any event related to the 31st EDSA People Power Revolution anniversary
Kabayan Representative Harry Roque immediately apologizes for his remarks, saying, 'I was out of line'
US Vice President Mike Pence is touring Europe to assure nervous allies of Washington's 'unwavering' support for NATO
The PNP chief clarifies, however, that they're still waiting for the court's decision on the case filed against the former justice chief
The Quezon City government and the Philippine Association for Intellectual Disability gather some 2,000 children with special needs and their parents
'Instead of pressuring your husbands to buy this or that, pressure your husbands to become a good policeman,' says PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
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(UPDATED) The military is still investigating the incident, but a spokesman assured the public that the camp was not attacked
'I go to church because I respect the Church. Hindi lahat ng pari, masama. So dapat gano'n rin ang tingin nila sa amin,' says the PNP chief
'It seems to me that itong mga terorista want another 50 [years] of killing of Filipinos,' says President Rodrigo Duterte, denouncing the New People's Army
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(UPDATED) Dela Rosa is unable to control himself and repeatedly hurls invectives at the cop-suspects. Still unsatisfied, he punishes them with a difficult push-up type position.
The reinvestigation of Jee Ick Joo's case – as ordered by an Angeles City court – starts on Friday, February 3
After meeting the widow of Jee Ick Joo, Duterte announces he has asked chief legal counsel Salvador Panelo to relay his apology to the South Korean government
'If there are still scalawags and criminals inside Crame, they will continue with or without Bato,' says the President, describing 'many' cops as 'corrupt to the core'
'Because of the gravity of the charges... if I were Dumlao I'd stay inside [Camp Crame],' says the President, ordering the cop to stay under PNP custody and face the charges against him
They have their own security desks, CCTVs and a specially-designated Korean police chief, but why are some Koreans in Angeles City still victimized or involved in crimes?
'Tangina kayong pulis, bantay kayo, hindi ko kayo papalusutin. You will suffer. Maybe I can send your heads to South Korea,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in a speech before foreign investors
Millionaire SPO3 Ricky Sta Isabel and his wife own 5 houses, a 4-story commercial building, and 3 lots, PNP records show
The kidnap-slay case of Jee Ick Joo is only the latest controversy to hound the Philippine police as it wages its war on drugs
SPO3 Ricky Sta Isabel says he no longer feels safe inside Camp Crame after implicating 'powerful' officials in the abduction and murder of Jee Ick Joo
The Palace dismisses claims that President Rodrigo Duterte's statements encourage police to commit crimes
President Rodrigo Duterte conveys his sympathies to the South Korean businessman's widow
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(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte is keeping Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa in his post
'We will not tolerate corrupt, abusive, errant policemen who betray the organization,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says investigation by the National Bureau of Investigation, an office under him, contradicts some findings of the Philippine National Police on the Korean businessman's murder
Dela Rosa thinks netizens calling for his resignation have their own agenda, namely the resumption of the drug trade, in mind
South Korea's foreign minister expresses his 'grave shock' over the alleged involvement of Filipino policemen in the murder of South Korean businessman Jee Ick Joo