The declaration comes after the killing of Kim's estranged half-brother Kim Jong-Nam by two women using the banned nerve agent VX at Kuala Lumpur international airport in February
Michael's manager says he died after battling lung cancer
Forensic experts will carry out a DNA test on the cranium and other parts of the exhumed body
(3rd UPDATE) While acquitted of murder, OFW Jennifer Dalquez 'was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment...for stealing a mobile phone,' the DFA says
400 fresh troops are airlifted to Marawi City to reinforce government forces
(UPDATED) Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says they are able to monitor only the 20,000 in evacuation centers, while there are 180,000 other displaced residents
The House has consistently shown it will protect the President from his critics, with Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez leading the charge
Arturo Lascañas is facing murder and frustrated murder charges over his confession of operating to kill radio man Jun Pala
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
Aguirre says he would have wanted to settle for a quiet life, take care of his 6 grandchildren, tend to his bonsais, and resume scuba diving, but service beckoned
Julia Perez succumbs to cervical cancer at the age of 36
Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and congressman Gary Alejano call for a preliminary examination to give victims hope 'Duterte’s impunity would soon end'
The President's threat is mere 'hyperbole' to dramatize his public statements, says Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo
Estrada-Kalaw served in the Senate from 1965 to 1972 and was the first woman reelected as senator
The director, known for films like 'Ang Hapis at Himagsik ni Hermano Puli' and 'Moonlight Over Baler,' dies
Bryan Cranston, Russell Crowe, and more offer their condolences to the actor's family
OKC's Enes Kanter says his next move is to become an American citizen amid death threats he says he received for comparing Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Adolf Hitler
The Senate committee report recommends increase the penalty for witnesses who commit perjury
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The Wayne County medical examiner conducts an autopsy and rules his death a suicide by hanging
(3rd UPDATE) Ailes died of complications from bleeding on the brain following a fall at home in which he hit his head, says the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner
The House leadership begins naming the lawmakers who will be replacing the committee chairpersons ousted for not voting in favor of the death penalty bill
Fr Robert Reyes leads 15 pilgrims in Lakbay Buhay (Walk for Life) and calls on Filipinos to take a stand against the death penalty
German bishops back the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) in fighting extrajudicial killings and opposing the death penalty
'We will not give permission for something we are not obligated to do, and whose content we absolutely reject, for example, the death penalty,' says Chancellor Angela Merkel
In Geneva, UN member-states remind a Philippine delegation that reviving the death penalty is against international laws which the country had signed
'I'm thankful not to meddle with this very controversial issue,' says the head of the government's Dangerous Drugs Board
The March Pulse Asia poll shows that 67% of Filipinos in March 2017 support the death penalty for heinous crimes, lower than the 81% in July 2016
(UPDATED) House justice panel chairperson Reynaldo Umali says the controversial bills will be taking the 'back burner' with his committee expected to tackle impeachment complaints
The mother of death row convict Mary Jane Veloso says what she supports is President Duterte's war on drugs, which should target the syndicates
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If the court has allowed the furlough of former senators Jinggoy Estrada and Bong Revilla, it should also allow Senator Leila de Lima to perform her duties as senator, says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
A Social Weather Stations survey shows 48% of Filipinos have either 'extensive' or 'partial but sufficient' knowledge of the controversial death penalty House bill
(UPDATED) Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Constancio Vingno Jr says Jennifer Dalquez's lawyer moved for her acquittal after the sons of her victim skipped a hearing they were instructed by the court to attend
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Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says at least 13 senators are expected to thumb down the Duterte administration's priority measure
He was once described as a 'corporate genius' by former president and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada
Matobato has personally testified before Ombudsman investigators
Artur Segarra is convicted of kidnapping and killing David Bernat in an effort to steal tens of millions of baht from the businessman, according to a verdict read out at Thailand's Criminal Court
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.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee calls on the Philippines to take its treaty obligation seriously