- Baclaran church hits at Duterte’s EJK through the use of powerful images of death
- U.S. withholds millions in aid after President's admission of killing drug suspects personally
- Innocent boy in Cebu caring for his sick sister brutally killed in alleged anti-drug police operation
- Angry Duterte threatens to kill human rights advocates, Palace says he is just frustrated
UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killings, Agnes Callamard, is eagerly waiting for communication coming from official channels to confirm PH visit.
A plan to file charges against President Rodrigo Duterte is being tossed around, says Edgar Matobato's camp in an announcement made on Monday, October 10.
How would you feel if your relative or close friend is killed in a police operation or by vigilantes because he or she is a suspected drug user/pusher?
The first of the 22 cops tagged in Matobato's statement in relation to the rampant extrajudicial killing shows up in the Senate probe on Monday, October 3.
President Duterte made another promise to the Filipinos and this time around, he boldly stated that if the UN rapporteur would find "killings," he'll resign!
Philippine Foreign Minister Yasay told the international body not to interfere with the drug war of President Duterte
President Duterte told his critics on Friday not to blame him and PNP Chief Bato dela Rosa for the spate of killings in the country
Sen Dick Gordon drew mixed reactions from netizens for his performance at the recent Senate inquiry
Journalists now face death threats but palace is not doing anything about it
The family of Sali Makdum the alleged terrorist Edgar Matobato killed said that the hearings witness fabricated information about the Turkish national
Late Monday afternoon on September Senator Leila De Lima was voted out of her position as Chair of the Senate committee on Justice
Earlier on Monday President Rodrigo Duterte accused the Liberal Party LP of plotting to overthrow the president by destroying his image
UN Secretary General Ban KiMoon requested to meet Duterte at ASEAN Summit in Laos but the Philippine President declined
President Duterte said he is prepared to defend his drug war and the allegations of human rights violations in the Philippines is his meeting with Obama
Sen Alan Cayetano blamed Sen De Lima and the CHR Chair for the international outcry against the antidrug campaign of President Duterte
Several journalists from Asian countries expressed their concern over the spate of killings in the Philippines during a gathering in Manila
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle speaks against the extensive killing of drug suspects in the Philippines
Mocha Uson is a known apologist of President Duterte She suffered some serious bashing after she posted misleading news
President Duterte the most talked about leader is expected to be the center of media attention during the ASEAN Summit in Laos on September to
Here are some of the most shocking summary killings that have shocked and alarmed many Filipinos in recent months under the Duterte administration
Duterte has told human rights advocates that the drug pushers and users killed should only be considered as subhuman
Catholic Archbishop Socrates Villegas has issued a prayer for healing amid the spate of summary killings in the Philippines