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President Rodrigo Duterte is back home after he cut short his trip in Russia. He vows to crush terrorism in Mindanao, and says he might expand the coverage of martial law if the seeds of terror reaches the Visayas and Luzon.

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President Rodrigo Duterte just came home from China is moving forward in his vow to build closer ties with non-traditional partners.

Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano sees no need for diplomatic protest as the talk between two countries is frank and friendly.

He just came home from China, and on Monday he's off to Russia. Clearly, President Duterte is moving forward in his vow to build closer ties with non-traditional partners.

Before he left Beijing, President Rodrigo Duterte met with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese Premiere Li Keqiang.

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The Philippines takes center stage at a United Nations body's review on human rights. The country is among 48 states going through scrutiny in Geneva, Switzerland. The Human Rights Council said several UN members expressed concern on the Duterte administration's drug war but Malacañang guarantees that drug killings are under investigation.

Three Chinese navy vessels docked in Davao City's Sasa Port for a goodwill visit. The guided missile destroyer Chang Dun, guided missile frigate Jin Zhou and replenishment ship Chao Hu arrived on Sunday and will stay in Philippine waters until Tuesday. President Rodrigo Duterte boarded one of the warships Monday afternoon.

This project under the ASEAN will offer weekly trips at a much faster travel time – from three to five weeks to just two to three days.