It becomes harder by the day to understand how they can remain in their positions when it is becoming abundantly clear that mass murder is the central and only real policy of this administration
This comes after a series of drug raids killed at least 81 people – including 17-year-old Kian Loyd delos Santos – in only 4 days
The rally will take place at the People Power Monument after 17-year-old student Kian delos Santos was killed in anti-drug operations in Caloocan City
Caloocan City police chief Chito Bersaluna is relieved of his post as authorities investigate the killing of 17-year-old student Kian Loyd delos Santos
While no one is killed, 84 people are captured in the one-time, big-time operation against drug and crime suspects in Makati City
Opposition lawmakers call for a probe into the recent spike in drug war killings, including the death of 17-year-old student Kian Loyd delos Santos
(UPDATED) The DOJ instructs the NBI to 'file appropriate charges,' if any, over the killing of 17-year-old Kian Loyd delos Santos in Caloocan City
Malacañang acknowledges the 'deep public sentiment' triggered by the killing of 17-year-old Kian Loyd Santos in a drug raid in Caloocan City
Duterte’s well-heeled backers are well hedged against whatever costs his bizarre brand of presidency might bring, unlike the poor, who in fact have borne these costs. His war against drugs says it all.
The youngest reported victim of the war on drugs is an infant in Maguindanao
The family and neighbors of 17-year-old Kian Loyd delos Santos have only one question: Why in the world would police kill such a sweet boy?
The alleged frame-up that killed Kian Loyd delos Santos, 17, brings to mind statements made by President Rodrigo Duterte in his first year in office, urging law enforcers to push criminals to fight back
The Commission on Human Rights says it monitors the reports of the Philippine National Police, civil society organizations, and the media when it comes to tallying the number of deaths in the war on drugs
‘Who needs martial law if our police would behave this way?’ says Kalookan Bishop Pablo David, citing other alleged abuses by the police
Senators also question President Rodrigo Duterte's seeming double standard in his drug war, saying he hits hard on small drug suspects but not on shabu smugglers and their suspected accomplices in government
Netizens express outrage over the death of a Grade 11 student during a drug raid
The Palace calls the death of a Grade 11 student during a Caloocan drug raid an 'isolated' case
'May namatay dahil lumaban. I don't think dapat ikakaalarma iyan,' says PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
The Vice President says a 'culture of impunity' should not exist: 'Hindi naman tayo ganyan eh. Hindi naman tayo ito.'
Malacañang makes the promise a day after President Rodrigo Duterte expressed hope that future police operations would yield the same results
'Para makita talaga kung anong klaseng human right,' says President Rodrigo Duterte about his latest threat
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte also says he wants to 'investigate' human rights groups for 'conspiracy'
Aside from the casualties and detentions, police seize 230 grams of suspected crystal meth or shabu and 765 grams of marijuana leaves
The Department of Justice rejects the criminal complaint filed by police against Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr and his wife, Susan, who were killed in a police raid on July 30
The siblings are detained at the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame upon their request as they await their arraignment
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'He's not that person, he has always denied it,' Lim's lawyer says of the businessman being linked to the drug trade
Nagugulumihanan tayo na malamig ang ulo niya sa hepe ng ahensiyang naisahan ng drug smugglers
The Commission on Human Rights hopes the government will reexamine its anti-drug campaign and adopt a human rights-based approach
(UPDATED) The school administration says drug tests will be administered during the semester 'in accordance with the laws and rules'
We are now witnessing Catholicism at its best. Those from the faith would do well to reconnect with their faith today, and join their Church as it tells those who suffer that they too may partake of the kingdom of God – distant but ever present.
(UPDATED) As requested by a congressman, a visibly nervous customs broker Mark Ruben Taguba walks around the room and identifies at least 5 BOC officials present
Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido was the chief of police in Albuera, Leyte, and in Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, when their mayors were killed in the drug war
Nariyan ang mukha ng gobyerno na layong puksain ang iligal na droga, at nariyan din ang epekto ng kampanyang ito sa mga biktima at mga pamilya nila
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PNP spokesperson Dionardo Carlos says it is the only way that erring cops can be penalized
(UPDATED) The Department of Justice also rules that the detention of the Parojinog siblings is valid even if the 36-hour prescribed period already lapsed
(UPDATED) The President says the Parojinogs of Ozamiz City got what they deserved
The immigration lookout bulletin comes a year after President Rodrigo Duterte publicly named Peter Lim as one of 3 Chinese drug lords
(UPDATED) If former President Benigno Aquino III himself got involved in illegal drugs now, President Rodrigo Duterte says he would behead him
A police complaint states that Cebu-based businessman Peter Lim supplied 'staggering amounts of shabu' to the group of Kerwin Espinosa
Vice President Leni Robredo says the deaths bring into question the method used in the police raid in Ozamiz City
A resolution recommending that charges be filed against Ozamiz City Vice Mayor Nova Parojinog and her brother Reynaldo Parojinog Jr has yet to be released
Accused by President Rodrigo Duterte of being one of the biggest drug traders, alias Jaguar is ordered to appear at the justice department in two weeks
Lawyer Ferdinand Topacio says police should have freed Ozamiz City Vice Mayor Nova Parojinog and her brother Reynaldo Parojinog Jr at 6 pm of Monday, July 31
(UPDATED) The raid where members of Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr's family die comes almost a year after President Rodrigo Duterte tagged them as narcopoliticians
The Commission on Human Rights probes into whether protocols were followed in the raid that led to the death of 15 people, including the Ozamiz City mayor
'Pati mga babae, pati ina, namatay? I think the magnitude of the killings is grossly disproportionate to a legitimate operation,' Topacio says