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Former social welfare secretary Corazon Soliman says Assistant Secretary Lorraine Badoy committed injustice to children when she told the European Union to engage in child porn
Davao del Sur Governor Douglas Cagas is accused of pocketing P9.3 million in public funds through the pork barrel scam when he was a congressman
Foreign Secretary Enrique Manalo says China has '2 or 3' pending requests to survey Benham Rise after previous requests had been denied
This worldview of conspiracies is the laziest kind of thinking that subverts self-criticism and does not allow for a vision to flourish
The long-term contract covers a fleet of what is expected to be over 40 Airbus A320s
Governor Roel Degamo files a graft complaint before the justice department, but does it have jurisdiction?
'What is really so harmful with having a research ship [there]?' asks National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr on the presence of a Chinese survey ship in Benham Rise for 3 months
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(UPDATED) Valls: 'I think you should not take any risks for the Republic. So, I will vote for Emmanuel Macron.'
'We all agree that this is all about social justice for our people,' says DILG Assistant Secretary Epimaco Densing III after a Mining Industry Coordinating Council meeting
(UPDATED) The education department also asks the community to be vigilant and proactive in 'preventing and deterring incidents that result in the abuse, exploitation, and discrimination against children'
The murder of farmers' group leader Wilerme Dorado Agorde in front of his grandchildren in February further fuels suspicion that farmers locked in a land dispute with a state university are being 'silenced'
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Robert Ace Barbers' House Bill 5359, seeking to postpone village and youth polls and allowing the President to appoint OICs, contravenes the Constitution on at least 5 fronts
President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncements of dislike for US makes the country's relations with Japan very crucial
The EU delegation issues the statement after DSWD Assistant Secretary Lorraine Badoy posts on Facebook: 'Iyong mga taga-EU, mag-online child porn muna kayo. D'yan naman kayo magaling e.'
Environment Undersecretary for Legal Affairs Maria Paz Luna clarifies that the Mining Industry Coordinating Council's review 'is never a review of DENR's decisions'
With a month to go, 40% of voters have yet to decide how they'll vote in the first round of the French presidential poll – or even if they'll show up on election day at all
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Acting on orders from the DILG, village leaders in thousands of assemblies held nationwide pushed for the shift to a federal system of government
Surigao del Norte 2nd District Representative Robert Ace Barbers' measure would also allow President Rodrigo Duterte to appoint officers-in-charge once the barangay polls are postponed
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The project can convert Quezon City's municipal solid waste into renewable energy that would be enough to power as many as 90,000 homes
(UPDATED) In sarcastic advice on Facebook, Social Welfare Assistant Secretary Lorraine Badoy says consuming child pornography is what Europeans – critics of President Duterte – are good at
In Barangay Bakod Bayan, Cabanatuan City, some 131 Badjao families live comfortably in housing units given for free by the DSWD and the city government
A House bill seeks to make the Solicitor General in charge of the PCGG, tasked with recovering the Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth. Solicitor General Jose Calida supported the vice-presidential bid of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
Senators from both the majority and minority blocs oppose the President's idea, saying it is 'unconstitutional” and “undemocratic.'
Former Puerto Princesa City, Palawan mayor Edward Hagedorn allegedly did not declare as many as 59 properties, plus other assets
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says the bill can be passed into law before October if President Rodrigo Duterte certifies the measure as urgent
HB 5233 also seeks to remove the Office of the Solicitor General as an attached agency of the Department of Justice and instead put it under the Office of the President
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The vote in the tiny state on the French border, which has a population of only one million, is seen as a bellwether ahead of the September 24 general election
After 3 weeks of negotiations to form a power-sharing executive in the province, the Irish Republican party Sinn Fein says that no deal has been reached
Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, once an agriculture chief, raises the Philippines' two-decade concern in his meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop
This marks the first time any oil company has volunteered to pay its taxes in advance to show support for a government program
The cash aid is available through the Department of Labor and Employment's Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Program
The color-coded guide map provides data that farmers need to identify the type of crops suitable for their land
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(UPDATED) Carrie Lam: 'Hong Kong, our home, is suffering from quite a serious divisiveness and has accumulated a lot of frustrations. My priority will be to heal the divide'
The Renewable Portfolio Standard can address the administration's least cost energy goals while encouraging renewable energy generation
Barangay West Crame in San Juan City holds a community-wide fire drill to test the neighborhood's response to future disasters
But the Court of Appeals also says that BCDA properties leased to private entities are subject to real property tax
Although the state bordering France is home to just one million people, its vote half a year before national elections is seen as a test of the Social Democrats' rising fortunes
Del Monte Pacific, among the first Filipino-owned firms in recent years to buy companies abroad, shares challenges and plans
(UPDATED) Carrie Lam is selected as Hong Kong's new leader by a mainly pro-China committee, in an election dismissed as a sham by democracy activists who fear the loss of the city's cherished freedoms
The last-minute preparations are not typical for NATO, which normally has plans in place weeks ahead of time for these highly orchestrated meeting