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Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Panelo claims President Duterte 'doesn't have to consult' anyone about this because he 'is the chief architect of foreign policy'
'President Duterte extends the warmest congratulations of the Filipino people to President Vladimir Putin on his reelection'
Dinidinig ng International Criminal Court ang mga kaso gaya ng genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, at crimes of aggression
A top EU official, Director-General Stefano Manservisi, also visits the Philippines for a series of meetings this week
The CIA and 16 other US intelligence agencies cite President Rodrigo Duterte's suggestion to declare a 'revolutionary government' and impose nationwide martial law as a threat to democracy in Southeast Asia
'Fire and Fury does not diminish the presidency. The occupants of the White House did this on their own with damage to their own reputations'
Many prominent – and infamous – personalities in news, politics, business, sports, and showbiz have passed away in 2017
Here is a look at some of the biggest global stories from the past year
In 2017, the Duterte administration's foreign policy remains what it is: consistently inconsistent
The jihadist group lost its two main hubs, Mosul in Iraq and Raqa in Syria, earlier this year and is now only clinging to the dregs of a 'caliphate'
How can democracy thrive in the era of post truth? Geopolitical analyst and author Parag Khanna explains
The resolution builds on an Australian led text adopted in 2013 and calls on member states to take action to prevent illegal supplies of arms to armed groups
The agreement may be signed this weekend by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to the Vatican for the canonization of two new Palestinian saints
Japanese foreign minister Fumio Kishida says Japan supports US and Cuban efforts to normalize relations
In an open letter against the Islamic State Muslim leaders say Islam forbids the murder of innocent people including journalists and aid workers