A suspected Filipino drug lord, whose father was killed in an alleged gun fight in prison, was repatriated Friday from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines, promising to tell all he knows about the narcotics trade in a move seen to bolster President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
Ex-Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos was given a hero's burial with military honours on Friday, a deeply controversial move three decades after he was ousted in a "People Power" revolution.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who has been hostile to U.S. President Barack Obama for criticizing his deadly anti-drug crackdown, has congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump for a "well-deserved victory." Duterte also said he is excited to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin at an upcoming Asia-Pacific summit.1 Comment
Filipino and U.S. troops began training exercises this week, the Philippines military said on Wednesday, despite President Rodrigo Duterte's threats to end joint war games and force U.S. soldiers and Marines out of his country as he edges closer to Beijing.
When police shot to death Harra Kazuo's common-law husband and his father following a drug raid in the Philippines, she sought one thing: justice.
Ex-Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos can be given a hero's burial, the Supreme Court decided Tuesday in a hugely controversial ruling which critics said would whitewash his crimes and divide the nation.1 Comment
e senator who initiated an investigation into Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly anti-drug campaign asked the Supreme Court on Monday to stop verbal attacks against her by Duterte, who has described her as a "dirty woman" for allegedly having an affair with her driver.
The Philippine presidency on Sunday hailed the latest victory of boxing idol Manny Pacquiao, comparing his resolve to its own bloody and controversial war on drugs.
Philippine police say a detained town mayor has been killed in his jail cell in a purported gunbattle with officers in the second killing in a week of a politician linked to illegal drugs under the president's brutal crackdown.
Secretary of State John Kerry expressed confidence Thursday that the U.S. relationship with the Philippines can survive recent turbulence as he swore in a new U.S. ambassador to the Southeast Asian nation.