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Two years on, President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign remains unrelenting
'I don't know where [they're] coming from,' says new Philippine National Police chief Oscar Albayalde
Director Camilo Cascolan is currently the chief of the PNP Directorate for Operations, the office behind operational plans of the 180,000-strong police force
The High Court wants answers: were anti-drug operations planned and conducted properly, and were the deaths really investigated?
'Kapag sinabi ni Presidente na huwag mo ibigay, kung ako pa ang chief PNP, hindi ko talaga ibibigay,' says outgoing Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa
'The presumption of regularity remains with the law enforcers and unless proven otherwise in the court of law,' says the PNP in a statement relating to alleged extrajudicial killings
Albayalde says he will not introduce a new drug war policy in the PNP as he believes the current campaign has yielded 'very good' results
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency counts 4,075 drug suspects slain by authorities since the Duterte administration launched its ambitious campaign to eradicate illegal drugs in the Philippines
Rappler joins an Oplan Tokhang team to see how the project has changed
The PNP chief is furious at the Catholic bishops' group for criticizing cops who brought bibles and rosaries in their return to the anti-drug war
This time, the PNP assures the public, no one will get hurt when the police perform their Tokhang operations
'Wala kaming tinatago,' says PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
(UPDATED) The PNP chief makes this claim even as at least one police station – in Bogo City, Cebu – reportedly brought their city to drug-free status without any deaths
The PNP releases new guidelines for Oplan Tokhang. Will these be enough to stop the blood from flowing?
(UPDATED) 'It is required that police Tokhang teams in proper PNP uniform must be led by a Police Commissioned Officer and shall conduct operations from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday,' says the PNP PIO
'What is important is the result, anong nangyari sa kampanya mo. Wala iyan sa pangalan,' says PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa
PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino says the term tokhang now means 'killing' for most of Filipinos
Western Visayans have a say on cops who can participate in the war on drugs
The new rules are expected to complement the guidelines under Oplan Double Barrel, which is being challenged before the Supreme Court
(UPDATED) The Senate realigns the P900-million allocation for the PNP's Oplan Double Barrel as well as the P500 million for the DILG's Masa Masid
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The Philippine National Police will only change its memorandum on the war on drugs if the Supreme Court orders it to do so
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says they will proceed at 'full speed' but with 'extreme caution'
Drilon says there will be a contingent fund in case President Duterte brings the PNP back in the drug war
Under the proposed 2018 budget, the PNP's Oplan Double Barrel and the DILG's Masa Masid program have allocations of P900 million and P500 million, respectively
There were significantly fewer people who trooped to the cemetery. Was it because for the past year-and-a-half, our people had seen so much death courtesy of Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war, that remembering the dead on November 1 seemed superfluous?
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency says it needs barangay officials to win the drug war
The Free Legal Assistance Group asks the SC the opportunity to present oral arguments for the public to hear
Will the PNP return to the drug war?
(2nd UPDATE) This follows President Rodrigo Duterte ordering all agencies to leave all anti-drug operations to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)
Here is a look at the controversial police operations against drugs and criminality and how these can be traced back to the Aquino administration
Rappler’s series of investigations documents the drug war as it continues to be fought across the first year of Duterte's presidency
One death happens every 50 operations now compared to one in every 20 last year according to data the two agencies have collated
An extrajudicial killing is an outright breach of law And regardless of the fact that the suspect may have fought the police it is not for the police to write off the crime and proclaim that the killing was justified CenterLaw tells the Supreme Court
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As the war on drugs continues dozens of men are rounded up in a police operation in the city of Manila Some of them tell Rappler however that they have nothing to do with drugs