Duterte's spokesman now claims the New York Times is part of a plot to oust the President
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
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
The head of the Presidential Communications Operations Office takes a swipe at The New York Times for writing 'just to throw negativity against the President,' Rodrigo Duterte
Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister and one-time IRA commander Martin McGuinness has died aged 66, his party Sinn Fein says
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Martin Schulz: 'Starting now the fight begins to become the top party in the country and take over the chancellory'
Mana yang lebih mulia: memegang teguh kepada iman apapun harganya atau mengingkarinya demi menyelamatkan orang lain?
'Ang Panitikan sa Panahon ng Tokhang' features a keynote lecture by Dr Jose 'Butch' Dalisay Jr, and 2 fora with Lourd Ernest de Veyra, Joel Salud, Juana Change, Floy Quintos, Frank Cimatu, and Joyce Martin
'It is the responsibility of Congress to ensure that no government official would be taking advantage of their positions to disseminate fake news,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
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The new 'strategy' comes in the wake of the highly-publicized blunders of Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
Senate President Koko Pimentel arranges the dinner, but the Cabinet secretary is practically ignored by most media present – the same group of people he accused, without basis, of corruption
Martin, please don't include us in your stupidity. Admit that your lies were exposed. And seek forgiveness from the journalists, including Trillanes and the other senators.
Martin ayaw na mi intawon i-apil sa imong kabuang. Angkona na nga nabisto ang imong pambutbut ug pangayo na ug pasaylo sa mga peryodista, apila na pud si Trillanes ug uban pang mga senador.
Bloggers who apply for Palace accreditation must commit to publishing only 'truthful and accurate' information, according to a draft PCOO memorandum circular
A persistent reporter and an irritated Palace communications chief Martin Andanar engage in a heated conversation during a Palace press briefing
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The policy will allow bloggers 'to be recognized as legitimate sources of information' and provide a 'system of accreditation,' says the Presidential Communications Operations Office
(UPDATED) The journalists 'strongly protest the unsubstantiated and irresponsible' accusation of Communications Secretary Martin Andanar, who said they may have been bribed to cover a press conference
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Senate media deny the accusation, slamming Communications Secretary Martin Andanar as 'irresponsible'
(UPDATED) This form of peaceful protest has been employed in many countries, including the Philippines, in response to issues ranging from racism to oppression
President Rodrigo Duterte's two spokesmen give contradicting interpretations of the Chief Executive's promise of aid for residents of Surigao City
Longtime bloggers weigh in on the Malacañang media accreditation debate
The elite group sworn to protect the President, a group often in the background, launches a website that informs citizens about the activities of the PSG and their Chief Executive
Pro-Duterte bloggers have already been given the go-signal to cover President Rodrigo Duterte's out-of-town and foreign trips
'I can imagine it's not difficult for [Martin Andanar] to have felt legitimized' when he was enlisted as newspaper columnist. 'Now he's thinking of legitimizing bloggers as members of the press themselves.'
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Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar claims the President uttered song lyrics during the presentation of Miss Universe contestants even if the official transcript belies this
The Chainsmokers announces the album, to be released at an undisclosed date this year
Brigadier General Paul Atal says the troopers were on their way 'to facilitate a meeting of a Technical Working Committee' when they are ambushed at around 8:00 am on Thursday at the boundary of Benguet and Mabbayad villages in Echague town in Isabela province
An apologist of the President and a public official who gets paid by taxpayers’ money, Andanar is embarking on a dangerous path of propaganda and media control
The announcement comes after SPD party leader and vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel surprised observers by saying he would step aside to make room for Schulz
(UPDATED) 'We are disturbed by the propensity of the officials of this administration to blame the media whenever the inflammatory statements of the President stir controversy or draw flak,' says the Malacañang Press Corps
Antonio Tajani snags the European Parliament's top job in a comeback of sorts for his mentor Silvio Berlusconi
(UPDATED) Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says he and National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr will have 'side meetings' after they attend the inauguration of the new US president
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The meeting – just days before Trump takes office – appeares to be an effort by the Republican to reach out to the black community amid his public stand-off with Rep. John Lewis, a high-profile lawmaker
If, after the elections, the largest Protestant British Unionist and Catholic Irish nationalist parties cannot agree to form a new executive, the province could end up being governed from London
(2ND UPDATE) 'We consider this kind of reportage as the height of journalistic irresponsibility,' says Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
Donald Trump is set to be inaugurated as the next President of the United States on January 20
A growing number of Democratic lawmakers announce they will not attend the inauguration on Friday, January 20, in the wake of Trump's attack against congressman John Lewis
Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says the President has weighed the pros and cons of the issue