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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's admission that he used a powerful painkiller has prompted concern about his health, with lawmakers urging him Sunday to undergo a medical examination and disclose the results.
 
'Bye-bye America': Philippines' Duterte responds to US threat to scrap aid
President Rodrigo Duterte threatened Saturday to terminate a pact that allows U.S. troops to visit the Philippines, saying "bye-bye America" as he reacted with rage to what he thought was a U.S. decision to scrap a major aid package over human rights concerns.
 
Duterte says he had personally killed people
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he personally killed suspected criminals when he was mayor of a southern city to set an example for police.
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China is ready to give the Philippines weapons to help President Rodrigo Duterte wage his controversial war on drugs that has claimed over 5,000 lives, the Chinese ambassador to Manila said.
 
Three Filipino soldiers were killed and 17 others wounded in nearly two hours of fighting with about 150 Muslim militants in the south, the military said Sunday.
 
Philippines 'won't aid US South China Sea patrols'
The Philippine defense secretary said Thursday it's highly unlikely his country will allow the U.S. military to use it as a springboard for freedom of navigation patrols in the disputed South China Sea to avoid antagonizing China.
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Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo said Sunday she would quit President Rodrigo Duterte's cabinet after being told to stay away from its meetings, and alleged there was a plot to oust her as his deputy.
 
The Philippines has asked Bangladesh to share details of its investigation into an US$81 million cyberheist from the Bangladesh central bank after the proceeds ended up in Manila, the finance department said Sunday.
 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump told Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte that Manila was conducting its deadly drug war "the right way," Duterte said Saturday, in stark contrast to the criticism he received from President Barack Obama.
 
The Philippines criticized Tuesday as "irresponsible and alarming" a U.N. envoy's warning that life sentences meted out to two ex-Khmer Rouge leaders should serve as a warning to Manila over human rights abuses.
 
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