Why do Marvin Marcos and others in his infamous league get easy deals from the Duterte regime?
Miosotis Familia was sitting in the truck-size vehicle with her partner when 34-year-old Alexander Bonds opened fire through the window, police say
A second senior police officer, who requested anonymity, says many members of the police, prosecution service, and judiciary sympathized with the attackers and he did not expect any guilty verdicts
On Good Friday, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says, 'Masindak tayo at malungkot, huwag po nating hayaan na ang kultura ay kumalat'
But the DOJ dismisses allegations that policemen planted evidence in jail
Sara Connor and David Taylor are convicted of the fatal group assault of officer Wayan Sudarsa. Connor is jailed for 4 years and Taylor is sentenced to 6 years.
Not unlike Pontius Pilate, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II called out to tens of thousands gathered at the Luneta on the evening of February 25 and asked them whom they wanted targeted next, possibly to join Senator Leila de Lima in jail, and they shouted back, 'Trillanes!'
Oeuth Ang, a former soldier who had little steady work, shoots Kem Ley in the head while his victim was having a morning coffee at a Phnom Penh gas station in July
(3rd UPDATE) Detectives in Kuala Lumpur are trying to get to the bottom of the cloak-and-dagger murder that South Korea says was carried out by poison-wielding female agents working for their secretive northern neighbor
(UPDATED) Mario Contaoi, an instructor at the University of Northern Philippines for the last 25 years, is attacked by motorcyle-riding men in Magsingal town
(3rd UPDATE) The still unidentified assailant attacks Cris Cabingas as he directed traffic operations along the city's biggest public market
In his latest rant against a United Nations human rights official, the Philippine president says: ''You officials sitting there on your asses, we pay you your salaries. You idiot. You do not tell me what to do. I am your employer.'
Larry Que, publisher of the local paper Catanduanes News Now, is the first journalist to be killed since Duterte's inauguration on June 30
The would-be president reveals this in an interview with Esquire magazine in 2015, before he declared his candidacy
Adrienne Onday hung a cardboard sign around her that said "We could all be drug pusher."
Model Qandeel Baloch, who shot to fame for her provocative selfies that polarized the conservative Muslim country, was strangled in July by her brother Muhammad Waseem
Diadi authorities say Police Officer 1 Clifford Dulnuan killed lawyer Jemar Apada, the husband of a fellow cop
The PNP chief drops a bombshell in the case involving the death of suspected drug lord and former Albuera mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr
The decision delivers a blow to their hopes of release as they face a second trial for genocide
Senators grill policemen over inconsistencies in their version of the November operation in a Leyte jail
The announcement comes on the day the Senate opens a probe into the incident
Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno says these officers – from the CIDG and the Regional Maritime Unit in Eastern Visayas – have been placed on floating status
Senator Richard Gordon says he will talk to Senator Ping Lacson about the resumption of investigations on alleged extrajudicial killings
The man was shot 3 times as he stabbed wildly at officers on a busy intersection in Tangerang, a satellite city outside the capital
'There is no excuse to undermine our already fragile laws and weak constitution'
Wednesday's inquest at Pattani's court finds 'the men died from shooting by military personnel and policemen during a raid,' according to Abdulha Awaerputae, a lawyer from the Muslim Attorney's Center
Dokumenter karya Joshua Oppenheimer ini menempati peringkat 14 di situs BBC Culture
The PNP chief says they’re ready to tell all during next week’s Senate probe because they have nothing to hide
The game sparks anger after players appeared at Tuol Sleng prison, where up to 15,000 people were sent to their deaths during the Khmer Rouge's 1975-79 rule
Muhammad Wasim has no regrets, adding that the behavior of his sister, Qandeel Baloch, was 'completely intolerable'
A Pakistani social media celebrity whose selfies and videos were deeply polarizing in the conservative Muslim country is murdered by her brother
The award-winning journalist who chronicled the Khmer Rouge's brutal rise to power in Cambodia in the 1970s is dead at age 82.
The proposed Journalist Protection, Security and Benefit Act seeks to protect members of the media who have 'reasonable grounds' to believe that their lives are in danger
50-year-old Shyamananda Das is the latest member of a religious minority to be killed
The relatives of 22-year-old Aqsa Bibi murder her and her husband, 26-year-old Shakeel Ahmed, because they disapproved of the couple's marriage
16-year-old Zeenat Bibi, who was murdered by her mother for choosing her own husband, is laid to rest by her in-laws
(UPDATED) 16-year-old Zeenat Bibi is the latest victim of a so-called 'honor killing' in Pakistan
Sagal Salad Osman, who works for state radio station Muqdisho, dies instantly after being shot by unidentified men
(UPDATED) The Islamic State claims responsibility for the murder of 65-year-old Sunil Gomes
19-year-old Maria Sadaqat succumbs to her wounds after being tortured and set on fire
Criticizing Rodrigo Duterte's justification of media killings, the family of Gerry Ortega says the slain radio broadcaster was killed for exposing corruption
A raid on a home in Banacon, Bohol leaves an alleged drug trafficker and two others dead
The wife's head was almost completely severed from her body
'I do not do that,' says Duterte about extrajudicial killings after Binay accuses him of being an executioner
The lawyer for the Laude family says stresses that 'the lighter penalty of 6-10 years imprisonment still disqualifies Pemberton from seeking early release through parole'
The film challenges us to take on a different kind of engagement with past atrocities. That means casting a light on more and more perpetrators, some of whom live next door.
Earlier this week, Rowena Kuo's dismembered body was found in her Makati home. Her Taiwanese husband has been arrested.
The dancer's father – a regional trial court judge – is killed in the line of duty in 2002. Newsbreak writes about Judge Oscar Uson in an investigation in 2007.
Ric Wasserman menyusun laporan soal penyiksaan masa lalu dan kini, setelah bertemu Tom Iljas, pria kelahiran Sumatera Barat 77 tahun silam