Rappler's latest stories on Duterte Japan visit
How credible are the claims of a viral post alleging that President Rodrigo Duterte was given humiliating treatment at the Japanese Emperor's enthronement?
President Rodrigo Duterte is set to see his neurologist after 'unbearable pain in his spinal column' prompts him to use a cane at the Japanese Emperor's enthronement ceremony and fly home right after
(UPDATED) The Philippine leader, bringing a supposedly ‘leaner’ delegation, will also attend the Emperor’s Banquet and Prime Minister's Banquet
The Philippine leader says United Nations climate conferences are a 'waste of time and money'
In a rare speech, the woman President Duterte calls his 'First Lady' speaks of her own experience as a migrant worker in the United States
As his term nears the halfway mark, President Rodrigo Duterte reminds Filipinos that their choice of the next president will determine if the gains of his administration will continue
'Nagamot ko ang sarili ko,' says President Rodrigo Duterte after saying he used to be gay
Rodjun Cruz, Dianne Medina, and Michael Pangilinan are among those who entertain the Filipino community during Duterte's Japan visit
President Rodrigo Duterte also calls for an enhanced Philippines-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement and greater access to Japanese markets for Philippine bananas and other products
The deals, a mix of agreements and letters of intent from Japanese companies, are expected to bring in P289 billion worth of investments if they are implemented
(UPDATED) Malacañang says Philippine Ambassador Jose Laurel V was 'misinformed' when he described the trip as President Rodrigo Duterte's 'pabuya' to Cabinet members
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is set to deliver a speech at Nikkei's prestigious International Conference on the Future of Asia
The Department of Trade and Industry also says the deals could generate around 80,000 jobs for Filipinos
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will speak at the Nikkei-organized Future of Asia forum in Tokyo. Business-to-business deals are expected to be signed on the sidelines of the trip.
A source privy to the arrangements says the presidential trip was initially planned for in-house coverage only
A verbal commitment to invest 17 2 billion in infrastructure water and power projects is also made by Japanese company Marubeni