Rappler's latest stories on drug killings
One of the survivors of the Barangay Malubog killings is under the custody of the Commission on Human Rights-Region 7
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Reynaldo de Guzman is the last seen companion of Carl Arnaiz before the latter was killed on August 18
Cardinal Tagle s warning – about the threat to the Filipino culture of caring – comes at a time of rampant killings to create a drug free Philippines
Don’t worry about the Senate we know what we’re doing These are independent minded people in the Senate right now says Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III a staunch administration ally
Malacañang acknowledges the deep public sentiment triggered by the killing of 17 year old Kian Loyd delos Santos in a drug raid in Caloocan City
Senators question the similar circumstances of the deaths of two mayors allegedly linked to drugs while former government officials say this has the mark of an extrajudicial killing
The New York based human rights group says President Rodrigo Duterte s order comes as no surprise given his previous pronouncements defending cops in the war on drugs
On Good Friday in the Philippines – a country that celebrates its long Christian heritage – we see not the death but the persistence of cruelty
The most significant human rights problems were killings allegedly undertaken by vigilantes security forces and insurgents the US State Department says
Human Rights Watch's latest report says Duterte's repeated calls to kill alleged drug personalities are 'indicative of a government policy to attack a specific civilian population'
Read the full text of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines pastoral letter on the drug related killings in the country
Let us not allow fear to reign and keep us silent Filipino Catholic bishops say in their strongest statement yet against drug related killings in the Philippines
The latest victims of drug related killings are manicurist Chona Oliveros and mechanic Michael Agbuya
She was smart she was talented and she was not supposed to be part of the collateral damage of the war against drugs This is the story of 22 year old Rowena Tiamson
In one day 7 drug suspects were killed in encounters with police in various parts of Angeles City
Mula sa lipunan ng mga adik kailangan din bang tayo ay maging lipunan ng mga mamamatay tao sa tabing daan?
Archbishop Socrates Villegas releases the strongest statement by a Catholic leader against the bloody anti drug war waged by President Rodrigo Duterte
If real change is to happen it can only come when we hold before us the value and sanctity of every person’s life the Ateneo president says
Among the casualties is Andrew Tuvilla Pontevedra town s top drug personality who had surrendered to authorities days before but still allegedly continued his criminal activities
Fr Atilano Fajardo describes targets of summary killings as sacrificial victims whose deaths will make the anti drug war seem like a success
Referring to victims of extrajudicial killings Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo says Paano naman ang kanilang mga pamilya?
From social media to the streets President Duterte’s first month in office has been bloody
Where are the bishops who should be championing in no uncertain terms the cause of human rights and the sacredness of the life of even the most detestable of offenders?
The Philippine president says it s not his job to give due process to drug suspects
The Manila Police District says the crime rate in the national capital has been declining over the last 6 months
We cite examples that represent a small portion of the many successful Philippine criminal politicians who began or furthered their political careers by capitalizing on their own crimes