Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno says he will ‘work with anybody’ from all shades of the political spectrum should he win as president in the 2022 elections.
With a probe into crimes against humanity looming over him, President Rodrigo Duterte warns the United Nations against any interference into his brutal war on drugs.
The justice department puts Julian Ongpin on the immigration lookout list after a local prosecutor decided to temporarily release him pending an investigation of his case. Ongpin is the boyfriend and companion of artist Bree Jonson, who was found dead in a La Union resort on Saturday, September 18.
Following their speech at the 76th United Nations General Assembly, K-pop group BTS visits New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to present a gift from the South Korean government.
Marcos supporters attack actress Angel Locsin for her Martial Law anniversary post on Instagram. – Rappler.com