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GOING IT ALONE – Senator Leila de Lima finds herself without a seatmate during the opening prayer before the start of yesterday’s Senate session. The embattled solon delivered a privilege speech, hitting back at colleagues who stripped her of the chairmanship of the Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights on Monday. (Jansen Romero | Manila Bulletin)

De Lima vows to pursue charges vs Duterte

By Hannah Torregoza Senator Leila de Lima said powerful personalities whom she investigated during her time as justice secretary in the Aquino administration are using…

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Abu Sayyaf ‘got $7 million from kidnappings’

By AP A Philippine government report says Abu Sayyaf militants pocketed at least 353 million pesos ($7.3 million) from ransom kidnappings in the first six…

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Piñol apologizes for inverted PHL flag

By Philippines News Agency Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol apologized on Thursday, October 27, for the inverted Philippine flag that was shown in his presentation in…

DAYS NUMBERED – American and Filipino soldiers are seen setting camp during the PhilippineS-US Ampibious Landing Exercises (Philblex) at Crow Valley in Tarlac City, Monday. President Duterte said yesterday these exercises will soon be a thing of the past. (John Jerome Ganzon)

PH, US forces to hold exercise next month

By Francis Wakefield The Philippine Army will engage in a one-month joint and combined training exercise with the United States Special Operations Forces starting next…

US President Barack Obama (L) and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. (Manila Bulletin)

Duterte–Obama meeting ‘still possible’

By Roy Mabasa The White House does not rule out the possibility of President Rodrigo Duterte and U.S. President Barack Obama finally meeting one-on-one during…