The health secretary echoed the Supreme Court's explanation that the TRO would be deemed lifted if the 'questioned drugs and devices are found not abortifacient'
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The beauty school dropout hit Australian headlines when she was arrested in 2004 at Bali airport aged 27 with several kilos of hashish stashed in her surfing gear
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says health workers face an 'unprecedented challenge,' but the agencies working on reproductive health 'will not falter'
A tighter grip on reality – through data and evidence – may be one of the best ways to brace ourselves against this new, rising wave of authoritarian rule
The High Court notes that the temporary restraining order it issued in 2015 'never meant to enjoin the processing of the entire gamut of family planning supplies that have been declared as unquestionably non-abortifacient'
President Rodrigo Duterte maintains that there are 4 million 'drug addicts' in the Philippines, and slams Dangerous Drugs Board Chairperson Benjamin Reyes for giving a different figure
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will work 'very, very hard' to defend Canada's trade interests
'I don't have to say it, it's so obvious, it's too brazen, sana nag-iisip na po ang mga tao,' detained Senator Leila de Lima says
The PNP's Drug Enforcement Group says it will pursue legal remedies to question the Department of Justice resolution
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency says chemicals and equipment used in manufacturing shabu were found in the Aparri mining site of Huaxia Mining and Trading Corporation
The European Union is a major donor, the 2nd top export destination, and the 4th top source of OFW remittances, among others
(UPDATED) The justice department flip-flops on its earlier resolution and now says Lieutenant Colonel Ferdinand Marcelino and his informant were 'in performance of a lawful duty' when found in a shabu warehouse in January 2016
The initiative of the Department of Education is set to be extended to include secondary level students
Leaders who participated in China's Belt and Road Forum lay down 'cooperation principles' for the Belt and Road Initiative
The circumstances surrounding the numerous drug-related deaths in the Philippines are almost always the same across all incidents
State-run media bombards the internet with a series of videos touting Xi Jinping's One Belt, One Road Initiative ahead of a two-day summit on the project
The former GlobalPort Batang Pier player is arrested with two others in an alleged drug den in Merryland Village, Mandaluyong City, according to a report
Education Secretary Leonor Briones says the integration of the Alternative Learning System into Brigada Eskwela is very important given the President's instruction to prioritize the program
The forum will promote President Xi Jinping's One Belt, One Road Initiative (OBOR), a massive Chinese-bankrolled infrastructure project to link the country with Africa, Asia, and Europe
The downfall of millionaire 'Mr X,' long shielded by cash and contacts in Laos, has highlighted the role of the secretive, communist country in showering pills across Southeast Asia
Manila Police District Chief Directorial Staff Bartolome Bustamante calls on the accusers of PO3 Ronald Alvarez to stand by their claims and to give their sworn statements.
(UPDATED) Father Luciano Felloni, known for his 'healing not killing' community-based rehabilitation program in Caloocan City, says that the drug problem is neither a police nor a health issue but a developmental issue
The Asian powerhouse expresses optimism over the Philippines' participation in the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative
The Department of Trade and Industry and the Aboitiz Foundation work together with the Matigsalug tribe of Mindanao to help them earn a living through their own products
Bounty Agro Ventures Incorporated – the group behind brands Chooks To Go, Uling Roasters, and Reyal – was not an overnight success. While an egg takes about 21 days to hatch, BAVI took 15 years.
The government holds a #RealNumbersPH forum but fails to justify the continued use of the '4 million drug addicts' figure
'I'm thankful not to meddle with this very controversial issue,' says the head of the government's Dangerous Drugs Board
(UPDATED) UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard, by supposedly not informing the Philippine government about her visit, shows she won't be objective in probing summary killings, says the Palace
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The Catanduanes cop charged with murder in the Larry Que case is the same policeman who is now accusing his superiors of giving kill orders against drug suspects
Two other minors are wounded, including a 12-month-old boy, after men of suspected drug lord and BIFF member Willie Akil Utto fired upon the raiding team
EXKLUSIBO: Kilala ng mga kaanak ng mga natokhang kung sino ang bumaril sa mga anak nila – at nakahanda silang pangalanan siya
The Philippine President also stresses 'non-interference' of other countries in domestic issues of ASEAN member-states
'Yes, [we are] against protectionism. Any move to reverse the track towards globalization, it will be hard. Integration should push through, so trading as well as flow of goods and services will be easier,' Philippine Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says
But US President Donald Trump still left open the possibility of withdrawing from the pact if talks fail
The President does not bother to read the 78-page document: 'Why would I waste my time?'
While shabu, the poor man's cocaine, is now as expensive as P25,000 a gram, the price of cocaine, choice drug of the rich, has remained the same at P7,000 per gram
(3rd UPDATE) Trump's unrelenting back-and-forth seemed certain to keep Washington's two closest trade partners on edge as they move to revamp one of the world's biggest trading blocs
'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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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
From working or studying abroad, to traveling more overseas, to having a better job, these are ways the ASEAN integration can personally affect you.
In a way, it is impossible to talk about Philippine medicine without mentioning Mariano Que. Yet, so little was known of the man who built Mercury Drug.
(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
EXCLUSIVE: Families of the Philippine drug war's dead claim they know the man who shot their children – and they're willing to speak his name
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