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about 3 months ago

The parents of Mary Jane Veloso have called on the Supreme Court (SC) to allow the Filipina inmate to testify against her alleged recruiters from her cell in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

about 6 months ago

The Court of Appeals says the government should instead convince Indonesia to allow Mary Jane Veloso's temporary return to the Philippines to take the witness stand.

about 10 months ago

In light of Joanna Demafelis' death, CNN Philippines takes a look back at cases involving overseas Filipino workers (OFW) that made the headlines.

about 11 months ago

This, after the Court of Appeals reversed a decision allowing her to testify against them.

about 1 year ago

One OFW was executed in Kuwait last January, the first in Duterte’s administration.

about 2 years ago

The family of Mary Jane Veloso, who has been sentenced to death for drug trafficking in Indonesia, still hopes that President Rodrigo Duterte will be able to bring her home.

about 2 years ago

Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella clarifies a report on what President Rodrigo Duterte supposedly told Indonesian President Joko Widodo about the execution of drug trafficking convict Mary Jane Veloso. Abella says Mister Duterte 'did not give a green light' to Indonesian President Widodo to execute Veloso.

about 2 years ago

Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. says Jakarta-based media released an erroneous report, when they said President Rodrigo Duterte gave the "go-signal" to Indonesia President Joko Widodo to execute Filipina drug convict Mary Jane Veloso. Yasay stressed, Veloso's execution is deferred indefinitely.

about 2 years ago

Mary Jane Veloso's lawyer Atty. Edre Olalia says Veloso's testimony is a "significant move", saying that the pace of the proceedings of Veloso's case against her illegal recruiters is "faster than before."

about 2 years ago

In stark contrast to his fiery speechbefore leaving for the ASEAN summit, President Rodrigo Duterte returns home saying, "I am a peaceful man now after the ASEAN," Duterte said. "I don't want to pick a fight with any nation. I only want to be at peace with everybody. Doing business with everybody," he said.