Community pantries face red-tagging claims | Evening wRap

Ana Patricia Non, the organizer who started community pantries in the country, asks for help as she and other organizers are red-tagged by the police. She temporarily stops operations in Maginhawa, Quezon City, Tuesday, April 20.

The Philippine government will conduct clinical trials on the controversial anti-parasitic drug ivermectin, even after one agency had said there was no need due to existing clinical trials abroad.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte repeats his old arguments against provoking China rather than join his own foreign and defense secretaries in protesting Chinese incursions in the West Philippine Sea.

Korean pop group SHINee’s Taemin announces he will begin his mandatory military service on May 31. 

A video posted by physical therapist Ron Samaniego on Facebook claims doctors are manipulating data to convert non-COVID-19 cases into active COVID-19 cases in the national tally. This is FALSE. – Rappler.com