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about 1 week ago

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about 3 weeks ago

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about 3 weeks ago

Chinese Foreign Minister hails "renewed friendship" with the Philippines even as China continues to build structures on Philippine claims to the South China Sea

about 3 weeks ago

The country's top security officials agree with President Rodrigo Duterte's idea to dissolve the Commission on Human Rights. They say, both the police and military organizations have stringent internal measures to address human rights violators without the CHR interfering with their operations.

about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

The Defense Secretary says, however, to wait for the President's decision.

about 1 month ago

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana admits the government underestimated the capacity of the ISIS-inspired Maute in Marawi City.

about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

With more than a month into the fighting in Marawi, the Defense Secretary is eyeing to end the conflict before President Rodrigo Duterte's second State of the Nation Address this month.