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While this annual rate is already staggering, the United Nations agency says the problem of occupational hazard may be worse, raising the possibility of underreporting
Former Amadeo, Cavite mayor Albert Ambagan Jr faces jail time of 12 years and one month, as well as perpetual disqualification from holding public office
Donnie Nietes fights for a third world title this weekend, but the question of why he hasn't fought bigger names plagues his legacy
The President does not bother to read the 78-page document: 'Why would I waste my time?'
'The camp of Matobato and Sabio apparently threw a net in the sea with this case and want to see how many fishes they can catch before the ICC. Sorry to disappoint them this early, they will catch none,' says Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II
'An extrajudicial killing is an outright breach of law. And regardless of the fact that the suspect may have fought the police, it is not for the police to write off the crime and proclaim that the killing was justified,' CenterLaw tells the Supreme Court
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If the International Criminal Court starts an investigation in allegations of mass killing against Philippine Presidentn Duterte, it would 'encourage governments to take measures against him, such as imposing tariffs on Philippine goods'
The 'communication' submitted to the ICC regarding the alleged crimes against humanity committed by Duterte in his war on drugs is just the beginning of what could be a long process full of challenges
The detained senator says the lawmakers had no authority to file a suit against her
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says President Rodrigo Duterte will make an announcement on May 1 regarding 'possible benefits' for workers
The setting of a preliminary conference in June aligns with former senator Ferdinand Marcos' desire to set a date for judicial revision of ballots
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida says the complaint of Jude Sabio is another 'baseless suit' that violates the Supreme Court's earlier warning to the lawyer
Jude Sabio’s 'complaint' has to prove the supposed unwillingness or inability of the Philippine government to prosecute President Duterte for the crimes he allegedly committed
Matobato has personally testified before Ombudsman investigators
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales also takes a swipe at the Sandiganbayan in connection with the court's handling of the pork barrel scam cases: 'Hindi rin ba 'yan inordinate delay?'
The High Court says Estrada does not raise 'any new and substantive arguments to merit a reconsideration'
The Vice President's camp recently said she would only pay the deposit after the recount of ballots being questioned by Ferdinand Marcos Jr is completed
The weight of opinion is that this is a proper case of the ICC. There is immense interest in moving this forward, and I think we will get some traction soon.
(3RD UPDATE) Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says 'it would really be deeply disappointing' if the ICC believes in testimonies of 'admitted murderers' and not in the word of President Duterte
(3RD UPDATE) The High Court says it 'found that there is no law that prohibits the construction of the challenged Torre de Manila'
(2nd UPDATE) Congressmen allied with the Duterte administration say the case is 'premature' and part of a destablization plot against the Chief Executive
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Malacañang says it is more than coincidence that the complaint was filed days before the start of the 30th ASEAN Summit, the first international event to be hosted by Duterte
(5th UPDATE) Filipino lawyer Jude Sabio requests the International Criminal Court to convict and sentence President Rodrigo Duterte for 'mass murder' in the Philippines
The 'Sandiganbayan, with all due respect, has unreasonably defended its use of 'at the very least, prima facie evidence' and not probable cause with these bold but erroneous pronouncements,' the Ombudsman tells the SC
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana visits Pag-asa island in the West Philippine Sea, bringing along with him the Philippines' top military officers
The Cygnus spacecraft is packed with 7,626 pounds of crew supplies, hardware, and dozens of experiments aimed at studying fire, growing food, and cancer therapies
The items to be auctioned are smuggled goods seized by the Bureau of Customs at the Manila International Container Port
'Marami pang kautangan sa bayan na hindi pa nababayaran, at iyong kautangan na iyon, iyon din ang ginagamit para makabalik sa kapangyarihan,' says the Vice President
'The court finds no merit in the consolidation of the 3 aforementioned cases to one court as the accused in said cases are different,' says Muntinlupa RTC Judge Juanita Guerrero
It never makes good sense to flaunt our violation of international law. After all, when rapacious neighbors dig into our pie and leave not even the crust to us, we seek relief by invoking our rights under international law.
(UPDATED) The Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft with Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA's Jack Fisher onboard successfully docks to the ISS at 1319 GMT, Russian space agency Roscosmos says
Former president and now Pampanga 2nd District Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo says she feels 'fortunate' she was given a chance to clear her name
(3rd UPDATE) Lawyers of defeated vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos stress that Vice President Leni Robredo failed to pay the fee required by the Supreme Court for the recount of ballots
Only two of the 7 suspects listed in the original Department of Justice (DOJ) resolution regarding Jee’s case are able to attend the scheduled arraignment
The Supreme Court affirms its rejection of a petition that alleges the SEC guidelines on foreign ownership were ‘tailor-made’ to allow PLDT to skirt the cap set by the Constitution
'We will only pay after Mr Marcos [has] already finished the revision and the recount of the ballot,' says the Vice President's lawyer Romulo Macalintal
'We must all recognize that when it comes to interpreting laws and jurisprudence, we should all assume that the Supreme Court justices know best,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson
Under Quezon City Ordinance No. 2256, real property taxes in Quezon City are estimated to increase from 100% to 500% starting this year