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The Commission on Human Rights says it did not issue such statement, and the supposed 'spokesperson' in the claim does not exist
There are no official changes to the rules of the Miss Universe competition or the Binibining Pilipinas pageant
The school has not publicized any plans to delete the videos of their former student bullying others
The address that is circulating on social media belongs to a school, chapel, and home of a senior pastor and his family
The Department of Health says ‘this kind of rumor does nothing but erode public trust in vaccines’
Sentaor Risa Hontiveros has called out the claims as incorrect
The claim as contained in a blog post's headline is not supported by the article text itself
The claim is posted on Adobo Chronicles, which claims to be a satire blog
A Facebook user supplies an unsubstantiated caption for some pictures of the ex-Bureau of Corrections chief and 2019 senatorial aspirant who went to the United States
“Nobody but nobody should ever claim success for that," President Rodrigo Duterte says
The image of the supposed statue used in the claim is actually that of former president Ferdinand Marcos in Ilocos Norte
The senator has debunked the claim in March 2017 in her official Facebook page
Joint Task Force Sulu, through its official Facebook page, says Radullan Sahiron remains at large
'The quote is a work of fiction,' says Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Chito Gascon
'We hope people will not politicize a children’s book,' says an associate publisher from Summit Books
The man shown in a photo with Vice President Leni Robredo is a former Uber driver, not a cop involved in Kian delos Santos' slay
There is no mention of Senate President Sotto in the embedded video
The Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth has been proven in courts and the wealth recovered is accounted for by the PCGG
Senator Trillanes denies making this statement. The websites that posted the claim failed to indicate the source of the claim.
RA 3019 or the 'Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act' is still in effect
The Philippine DICT and China Telecommunications Corporation, which is part of the Mislatel Consortium, signed a letter of intent only on November 20
Nuns and priests are not excommunicated for joining political rallies, according to the CBCP
The massacre is well-documented. Locsin himself tweeted in 2016 that it was authorized by an officer in the defunct Philippine Constabulary.
(UPDATED) In the embedded interview video, the Virginia State Senator did not mention this term
There is no official document, press release, or news report containing this quote
(UPDATED) Photos sent to Rappler by the program's lead coordinator show that there is both water and power supply
The thumbnail of the video is a design of Dalian airport in China. Meanwhile, the proposed airport in Bulacan has yet to begin construction.
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There are no new Japanese trains, only a Japan-funded rehabilitation for MRT3
The picture of US President Donald Trump ‘supporting’ Sara Duterte is a manipulated 2015 photo taken in New York City
The embedded video is a news report on the United Nations on the slow release of funds to rebuild homes post-Yolanda
The original content is posted by a website that labels itself as satire but has a history of posting content that fooled readers
The quote is fabricated, says the senator's office
Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano says the quotes are fake and part of black propaganda ahead of the 2019 elections
Audit reports do not contain the claim by Facebook page Silent No More PH that Mocha Uson and Alan Peter Cayetano had 'unliquidated funds' before they resigned from PCOO and DFA, respectively
We compile online posts that contain fake or non-existent 'praises' or statements supposedly about Duterte
The photo used is a 2011 post-earthquake ‘container temporary housing’ in Japan
The tanks will be used only for joint military exercises with the United States and Japan
This is a resurfaced claim from 2017. The US ambassador didn't say “we must give Duterte space to run the nation.”
According to the PCGG, Imelda Marcos’ jewelry are all kept in the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
This is an old hoax post resurfaced in time for the protests on the 46th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law
The lawmaker is still under the Senate's custody as of posting time
The photo is fabricated. The original one contains a quote about the passage of the Strengthened Anti-hospital Deposit Law.
The group of boys who went viral for cursing at President Duterte are alive and under the custody of Malabon police. The video in the hoax blog post refers to a Zambales kidnap-murder case in 2016.
The blog post invents some quotes which were not in COA's observations on the questioned project
Ninoy did have two passports, a real and a fake one, when he returned to the Philippines in 1983. Based on several accounts of his final days, there was no Malaysian passport.
Kris Aquino had previously denied that the necklace she wore to the APEC Summit dinner belonged to Imelda Marcos