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Crimes of Grindenwald is a film that stumbles more than it flows.
Central African Republic lawmaker and former militia leader Alfred Yekatom is the first to be extradited from the country to the International Criminal Court
(UPDATED) Two weeks after the reopening of Boracay Island, police receive reports of tourists falling victim to pickpockets
(UPDATED) Japanese media identify the 48-year-old victim as Rowena Haga, who was reportedly attacked by her former boyfriend. Japanese police have the suspect in custody, the Department of Foreign Affairs says.
Media from around the world take part in a global campaign calling for the end of impunity against journalist
The world marks November 2, International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, at a time when threats to journalistic endeavor are more widespread than ever
Half a year before Rodrigo Duterte launched his drug war in 2016, killings in Cebu City totalled 32. In the same months in 2018, the police recorded 69.
Found guilty on April 26 of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, Cosby is impassive as Judge Steven O'Neill hands down the sentence on Tuesday in Norristown, Pennsylvania
Former president Noynoy Aquino still stands by his appointment of ousted Supreme Court chief justice Maria Lourdes Sereno
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A Social Weather Stations survey held in June also shows that the number of families with members hurt by physical violence fell to a 'record low' 45,000 in the second quarter of the year
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque calls it a 'sham proceeding' and 'propaganda by the Left'
Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit is charged under the Computer Crime Act alongside two other members of the "Future Forward" party over a weekly broadcast on Facebook in June
White House National Security Advisor John Bolton says the US is prepared to slap financial sanctions and criminal charges on officials of the court if they proceed against any Americans
Senator Leila de Lima says Senate Bill 1949 seeks to protect the youth 'by all means and at all costs'
In its first report, a team of UN-mandated investigators said they had 'reasonable grounds to believe that the parties to the armed conflict in Yemen have committed a substantial number of violations of international humanitarian law'
How can Naga City be 16th in crime volume, but 1st in crime rate? We explain why the Philippine National Police thinks so.
Ormoc City in Leyte has the lowest crime rate among cities across the country, Philippine National Police data show
The Philippine National Police reads out their data sorted per region. Naga City is in Bicol, which is Region 5.
(UPDATED) PNP chief Oscar Albayalde says Naga has 5th highest crime volume among cities in the Philippines. He turns out to be reading the number based on the region Naga belongs to: Region 5.
Police have yet to identify the motive behind the killing of the Chinese nationals
United States President Donald Trump tweets a generic condemnation of racism a year after the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia
The two suspects have just robbed a panel van of a cigarette firm in neighboring Bago City when police chanced upon them at the city boundary
(3rd UPDATE) 'Is he confirming that it is GMA who is behind the revival of the case?' asks the former lawmakers' counsel, referring to lawyer Ferdinand Topacio's involvement in the effort
(3RD UPDATE) The arrested includes 3 minors allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade
The magic returns to Philippine cinemas on November 15
The film wants to scream 'this is what really happened!' while also not obliging itself to do so through a disclaimer mostly used to stave off potential libel suits
The Philippine National Police finds enemies from within
The charges is the latest for the disgraced movie producer following two accusations from 2013 and 2014
President Rodrigo Duterte mentions the Social Weather Stations survey on crime victimization 3 times, saying it's proof that more needs to be done to fight criminality
The report says forces loyal to the Syrian government had deliberately starved civilians during the siege between February and April, among other crimes.
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The riding-in-tandem attacks underscore the extent to which rule of law has been diminished by President Rodrigo Duterte's incitement of killings of drug suspects
The Commission on Human Rights says the policy, which should have been implemented as early as 2008, 'is in consonance with human rights standards particularly on due process and presumption of innocence'
A PNP Human Rights Affairs Office advisory says cops presenting suspects to the media have been violating Republic Act 9745
Noel Alvarez Miralles, 53, is attacked while waiting for a ride home in front of Citimart in Bauan town
The Philippine National Police now avoids trial by publicity for suspects they arrest, but only after scores of accused have been paraded for millions to see
Ruben Carabido, the captain of Barangay Binay, is killed noontime Monday, June 11
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Police say two unidentified suspects fled the scene of the crime aboard a pink Yamaha Mio with no plate number
At least one of the government entities to be transferred under Malacañang is headed by a secretary, according to President Rodrigo Duterte
(UPDATED) Fellow journalists in Davao del Norte mourn and condemn the killing of newspaper publisher Dennis Denora
Reverend Rey Urmeneta is in stable condition, police say
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Chief Superintendent Joel Orduña, Police Regional Office 11 officer-in-charge, gives the explanation as Davao Region is deemed as the worst in solving randem-in-tandem slays
Out of 74 riding-in-tandem killings in a period of over 7 months, only 6 have been solved or cleared in the Davao Region
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The Philippine National Police wants local government units to require the use of designated stickers on motorcycles
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(3rd UPDATE) Former president Benigno Aquino III says the graft complaint filed against him by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption has no basis whatsoever