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about 2 weeks ago

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about 1 month ago

The chairman of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee calls on the Bureau of Customs chief to resign.

about 1 month ago

Despite knowing the middleman personally, Senator Risa Hontiveros says he should face the senate in its investigation of the ₱6.4-billion drug shipment.

about 7 months ago

The Senate started its investigation on the alleged bribery at the Bureau of Immigration. Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre, along with former officials who allegedly accepted ₱50 million worth of payoffs, was grilled by the committee.

about 1 year ago

New Justice chair Sen. Dick Gordon tells CNN Philippines the reason behind Sen. Leila de Lima's replacement as panel head. He also talks about how the next hearing on extrajudicial killing will be carried out.

about 1 year ago

As the Senate's probe on the $81 million money laundering scandal came to a close on Thursday (May 19), casino junket operator Kim Wong was able to return additional money to the Philippine government. However, Bangladeshi Ambassador to the Philippines John Gomes seemed disappointed with how the probe turned out.

about 1 year ago

More twists and turns as the Senate continues to investigate the multi-million dollar money laundering controversy. Philrem's messenger finally shows up and Kim Wong returns more money.

about 1 year ago

It's the Senate's fifth hearing into the 81 million dollar money laundering scandal. Former RCBC branch manager Maia Santos-Deguito, who supposedly facilitated the illegal fund transfer, hits back at her former colleagues.

about 1 year ago

Senators also scrutinize a global messaging system Bangladesh used to notify RCBC of the stolen money. It's called SWIFT or Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications. And this same system plays a big role on how millions of dollars in laundered money went through the system.