The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency says it needs barangay officials to win the drug war
Novaliches Bishop Antonio Tobias says the Diocese of Novaliches wants to start change at the barangay level
Former Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva reflects on Thailand's own war on drugs, which was similar to President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign
'Okay, let us see, 6 months from now. If things get worse again, I will say to these apes: "Go back to this job. You solve this problem of ours,"' says President Rodrigo Duterte, referring to the police
More than a hundred former drug dependents graduate from the Catholic Church's 'Sanlakbay' drug rehabilitation program
Malacañang says they will pursue investigations on all drug-related deaths
President Duterte reacts to a survey that shows people believe only the poor suffer from his drug war: 'The millionaires, they do shabu in yachts or they go to the airport to do cocaine or heroin'
In a speech tinged with sarcasm, President Rodrigo Duterte challenges Western countries to solve the Philippine drug war 'the civilized way'
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The suspects are Benjamin Jaraplasan Medel, a DENR official in Bicol who is visiting Davao, and Dr Stephen So Tay, a high-value target of PDEA in the region
The petition is filed on behalf of residents of 26 barangays in San Andres, Manila, including the families of 35 residents killed in police operations in the area
The 30-year-old victim waited until she was moved out of Police Station 5 in Barangay Sta Rita, Olongapo City, before disclosing her ordeal, says Olongapo City police chief Senior Superintendent Melchor Cabalza III
The killings happen a day after President Rodrigo Duterte issues a memorandum order removing the Philippine National Police from the helm of the drug war operations
'There are a few things in life that are very important. And one of them is justice,' the Chief Justice says.
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As the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency handles the war on drugs, the Commission on Human Rights also calls on the Philippine National Police to shift its focus to extrajudicial killings
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(UPDATED) Only 13% of those surveyed, meanwhile, think the Church should not 'interfere' with the anti-drugs campaign
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa gives the special circumstances needed when the PNP can join in illegal drug operations
In a poll held a month after the teenager's death, more than three-fourths of Filipinos who knew about Kian delos Santos said they were worried they or somebody they knew would meet the same fate
(UPDATED) While 88% support the war on drugs, 73% also believe EJKs are happening in its conduct
The Free Legal Assistance Group asks the SC the opportunity to present oral arguments for the public to hear
Despite concerns and controversies, 7 in 10 Filipinos are satisfied with the Duterte administration's drug war led by the Philippine National Police
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'Sinugal ko yan, pero alam ng lahat ng military pati police, the consequences of that could be far more serious,' President Rodrigo Duterte says
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella points out that the Pulse Asia survey was conducted 'at the height of the demolition job against the President'
Will the PNP return to the drug war?
The results of a Pulse Asia survey held in the last week of September show President Rodrigo Duterte's approval and trust ratings at 80%
This comes after a Human Rights Watch director said the Philippines can be kicked out of the UNHRC if the drug war killlings continue
Archbishop Socrates Villegas calls on Catholics to join a huge procession along EDSA against the extrajudicial killings in President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs
(2nd UPDATE) This follows President Rodrigo Duterte ordering all agencies to leave all anti-drug operations to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)
'Yung mga riding-in-tandem, bantay kayo ngayon. Uupakan namin kayo,' warns PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
'France is opposed to the death penalty everywhere and under all circumstances,' the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs says
'Sorry, kami [ang] nagbigay ng dissatisfaction ng mga tao towards the President,' says PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa
(UPDATED) The Social Weather Stations revealed the finding during its Opinion on Drug War study presentation. They say the numbers have yet to be released.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency only has over a thousand agents, says PDEA chief Aaron Aquino
The petitions of the human rights lawyers are the most comprehensive in terms of coverage when it comes to challenging the war on drugs
President Rodrigo Duterte sidelines the Philippine National Police (PNP) as it faces public outrage over abuses in the anti-drug campaign
Soaring teen pregnancy, most common in urban poor communities, is colliding with drug-related killings that target mostly poor young men
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There have been concerns about the sampling method and confidentiality of the tests, and about how they would make students vulnerable in the government's war against drugs
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella says Filipinos are now managing their expectations 'after the honeymoon period' of the Duterte administration
They are former Quezon City police director Chief Superintendent Edgardo Tinio, and former Metro Manila police chief Director Joel Pagdilao
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Human Rights Watch says the Philippine government is limiting its definition of extrajudicial killings to avoid responsibility for the thousands of deaths linked to the drug war
'Ginagago ang taumbayan, to put it bluntly,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, reacting to the PNP's claim that there have been no extrajudicial killings under President Rodrigo Duterte's watch