The Philippines' Court of Appeals says the Hawaii court had no jurisdiction over the case filed by victims of human rights abuses
Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David also presides over a Mass for victims of extrajudicial killings
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'God knows who you are,' Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David says in one of the most scathing homilies against extrajudicial killings in the Philippines
Here is Rappler's 360-degree video of the veneration of the relics of Saints Peter and Paul at the Manila Cathedral during the celebration of Pope's Day
Missing documents, improper bidding processes, and officials mum on the issue surround the alleged misuse by Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos of millions worth of tobacco funds
The officers, including retired Rear Admiral Cecil Chen, allegedly violated the Government Procurement Reform Act
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The petitioners stress the importance of holding a public deliberation on martial law so Filipinos are 'informed of the factual bases of the declaration'
Ariana Grande visits the victims of the attack before her 'One Love Manchester' concert
Austin Ala's hopes soared when he heard the news that there were no casualties in the attack, only to find out later that the initial information released by the police was wrong
Funeral parlors are imposing conditions before releasing the bodies, families say, while Resorts World has not delivered on 'full support and assistance' it promised
St Ann's Square has become the scene of a continuous and somber procession of mourners, eager to pay their own personal respects to the dead
Here are the victims named so far in the deadliest terror attack in Britain since the 2005 London bombings
Valdez won't be in action due to her extended action in the Premier Volleyball League
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Each victim may receive a sum of P25,000 to as much as P250,000
Representative Antonio Floirendo Jr's removal from the House contingent to the Commission on Appointments comes a day before a House probe into his banana firm's operations
The first batch covers those living in Metro Manila. Victims living in the provinces should be able to receive theirs next week.
The most glaring irregularities are those connected to how the court handled annulment cases
Duterte allies in the House go on a 'nautical highway expedition' as soon as Congress goes on break. They don't bring along a colleague who would have provided some valuable insight.
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The names of 4,000 martial law victims to receive 50% of compensation have been submitted to the Office of the Executive Secretary, says the Palace
The complainants ask where the remaining P2 million has gone
Peruvian Prime Minister Fernando Zavala says more than 70,000 Peruvians lost everything
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez denies the trip is a junket, saying they will be working within the allowable budget for out-of-town committee hearings
The Human Rights Victims' Claims Board releases its initial list of Martial Law victims who can claim partial monetary reparations from the government
'To tell you frankly, the House leadership has fed to the shredding machine the rules of the House,' says Representative Edcel Lagman on the supposed railroading of the death penalty bill
Congressmen also approve the amendments to only list 10 crimes under the bill, remove the mandatory penalty of death, and to add safeguard measures for the accused
There are 14 reported hazing deaths in the last 22 years since the Anti-Hazing Law was passed, but only one conviction so far
House rules state every lawmaker has the right to speak for an hour in a plenary debate, but after a recent majority ruling, anti-death penalty congressmen now have fewer minutes on the floor
The El Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Torture and Violence in Cairo offers psychological rehabilitation to victims of abuses including sexual assault
(UPDATED) Rappler updates this list of patients as hospitals make their names available
The Korean tourist Lee Ki Hun returns on January 31 and proceeds to Angeles City to file statements with Pampanga CIDG investigators
President Rodrigo Duterte and key Cabinet officials meet with Martial Law victims on ways to speed up the compensation of human rights victims of the Marcos regime
Military spokesman Brigadier General Restituto Padilla cites 'old business grudge' as the motive behind the incident
Victims of Super Typhoon Lawin get more help from different donors