Menurut Duterte, semua KTT sama saja dan tidak ada yang berubah.
Both leaders expect a boost in trade between the two countries with the opening of the new Davao-General Santos-Bitung route
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana echoes police assessment that the attack was prompted by a local scuffle
A national minimum wage is among the issues expected to be taken up when President Rodrigo Duterte meets with labor groups on May 1
Experts express disappointment over Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's refusal to add Chinese militarization and the international tribunal ruling in his ASEAN Chairman's statement, saying there are significant consequences to his move.
What was already watered down in one of the first drafts, according to media reports, is further watered down in succeeding drafts
(3rd UPDATE) White House chief of staff Reince Priebus defends the invitation, saying the purpose of the call was 'all about North Korea'
The ASEAN Chairman's Statement merely 'took note of concerns expressed by some leaders over recent developments' in the disputed South China Sea
Academics, policy makers, and politicians give their take on what influences Duetrte's thinking and the direction of his presidency so far
The Philippine president shoots the breeze with media during a press conference he 'wishes' would last until 1 am
(UPDATED) 'It behooves upon America who wields the biggest stick to just be prudent and patient,' says the Philippine President
(2ND UPDATE) The US President and the Philippine leader have their second phone conversation at around 11 pm on Saturday
Duterte, Estrada, Arroyo, Marcos – they are our own Gang of Four, who, in the 60s and 70s, in its original Communist Chinese incarnation was the ruthless power behind Mao Zedong
Other ASEAN leaders seek to toughen up President Rodrigo Duterte's statement on Chinese expansionism according to diplomats
The Philippine President also stresses 'non-interference' of other countries in domestic issues of ASEAN member-states
(2ND UPDATE) 'We condemn these acts committed by a group that pretends to champion social justice and equality,' the Davao City mayor says in a statement following the attacks
In the same way that governments can dangle incentives to its citizens, governments can also dangle incentives to other governments
Without directly mentioning the South China Sea dispute, the Philippine President stresses the 'primacy of rules' in dispute settlement as he opens the 30th ASEAN Summit
Jokowi kembali mengakui punya banyak kemiripan dengan Presiden Duterte.
Jalur pelayaran itu dapat membuat pengiriman barang lebih cepat dan murah dari Davao City menuju ke Sulawesi Utara.
Despite the President's high-minded words at the ASEAN leadership forum, it cannot be forgotten that he has threatened and cursed at people who openly criticize his policies
The two leaders agree to conduct, this year, a joint working group to address a common scourge: terrorism and violent extremism
'If there is a time for the Philippine media community to set aside our differences and unite to oppose any and all attempts to silence us, it is now,' the NUJP says, reacting to Duterte's threat to ABS-CBN
Senators call for ‘swift justice’ against the policemen responsible for the secret jail cell. A House inquiry is being pushed.
The new route within the BIMP-EAGA will open on April 30 and is expected to boost trade and relations between PH and Indonesia
"Beliau dan saya sama, tidak berasal dari elit politik dan berasal dari pemimpin sebuah kota," ujar Jokowi ketika diwawancarai.
During Jokowi's state visit, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he might bring up the case of OFW Mary Jane Veloso, who is on Indonesian death row
Indonesia's strategy towards China has been one of the toughest in the region, blowing up Chinese fishing boats and deploying navy ships and fighter jets in contested waters in the South China Sea
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Palawan 1st District Representative Franz Alvarez, chair of the House committee on legislative franchises, says the panel is prioritizing franchises that are about to expire
Designer Rajo Laurel says the barongs will come in different colors, inspired by the country where the leaders come from. They will feature embroidery from the T'boli tribe of Mindanao
This is the President's latest move to elevate the stature of Visayas heroes
The President does not bother to read the 78-page document: 'Why would I waste my time?'
The President blasts the American publication for criticizing his drug war but supposedly not criticizing certain policies of the US government
The Brunei leader and President Duterte witness the signing of deals on halal industry development and cultural cooperation
The Philippine President says he might bring it up during his bilateral meeting with President Widodo who will visit Manila on April 28
Reporters Without Borders, in its annual World Press Freedom Index, warns President Rodrigo Duterte's insults and open threats against media do 'not bode well'
The Philippine President says the Hague ruling is a 'non-issue' and should be discussed only between the Philippines and China
'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
President Rodrigo Duterte says he will file a complaint with Congress against the network giant for 'swindling'
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Labor groups urge President Rodrigo Duterte to keep his promise to end contractualization in time for Labor Day on May 1
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
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How far China goes to react to Philippine plans to develop Pag-asa island – and how President Rodrigo Duterte responds – will show how the friendship between the two countries really works
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'