Rappler's latest stories on criminals in the Philippines
ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says China's alleged crimes against humanity in the West Philippine Sea 'do not fall within the territorial or otherwise personal jurisdiction of the Court'
'If we’re going to be bringing up children inside a kulungan (prison), what kind of future do we expect?” asks Christine Sevilla of the Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates
The ICC provides a 'safety mechanism' for Filipinos seeking redress of grievances, counsel for petitioners Barry Gutierrez says
The oral arguments at the Supreme Court will be on July 24 at 2 pm
Philippine Judge Raul Pangalangan is currently assigned to the pre-trial division of the International Criminal Court
The Philippine Coalition for the International Criminal Court (PCICC) says the withdrawal would expose Filipinos to lack of justice in the event of 'atrocious crimes'
The Philippine Transnational Criminal Investigation Unit is composed of 22 US-trained Philippine cops
International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says her office has conducted 'a careful, independent, and impartial review of communications and reports documenting alleged crimes'
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida says the complaint of Jude Sabio is another 'baseless suit' that violates the Supreme Court's earlier warning to the lawyer
Can this all end in 6 months courtesy of yet another ranger trained special unit or yet another bemedaled officer?
Should crime and drugs be an election issue based on statistics?
The new head of Task Force Tugis Chief Superintendent Edgardo Ladao served as the top cop in Central Luzon for almost 2 years
Despite a certification from their own unit the PNP insists Delfin Lee was never delisted from their list of wanted persons
4th UPDATE Interior Secretary Mar Roxas says the police broke rules on checkpoints during the supposed Quezon encounter
UPDATED The Philippine National Police will continue its fact finding and submit findings on the Quezon incident to the NBI