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about 3 weeks ago

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about 3 weeks ago

Hundreds of anti-Duterte protesters join the march in Manila to remember the horrors of martial law, since the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos declared it nearly five decades ago.

about 3 weeks ago

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says the two former senators cannot revise history, as there are laws that affirm human rights violation during the Marcos administration.

about 3 weeks ago

The former Senator told Juan Ponce Enrile he's ready to debate 'anytime and anywhere.'

about 3 weeks ago

Was justice duly given or is justice still incomplete? CNN Philippines talks to survivors of human rights violations during martial law and what reparations mean to them.

about 3 weeks ago

Metro Manila police chief CSupt. Guillermo Eleazar said they are verifying information on Drew Olivar's posts.

about 3 weeks ago

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about 3 weeks ago

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