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about 1 week ago

The National Police is back on the streets to carry out its anti-drug operations Oplans Tokhang and Double Barrel after President Rodrigo Duterte gave the PNP the green light to rejoin the government's war on drugs and after asking for one more year to solve the country's drug problem.

about 1 week ago

PNP Spokesperson Chief Superintendent Dionardo Carlos says Tokhang and Double Barrel remain the PNP's strategy in carrying out its anti-illegal drugs operations.

about 2 months ago

The Philippine National Police suspended its controversial anti-drug operations, while all drug enforcement units in police stations and regional offices were ordered dissolved.

about 4 months ago

Over two days, almost 60 crime and drug suspects killed as authorities claimed they fought back. In Manila, at least 25 suspects were killed in police operations, with authorities saying they resisted arrest.

about 4 months ago

In a nearby province just north of Manila, authorities killed 30 people in an overnight drug operation. It's the single, deadliest day in the Duterte administration's drug war. CNN Philippines goes to Bulacan to talk to the police and families of those killed in the raids.

about 4 months ago

The schools may implement drug tests as part of requirements for admission of college students, says the Commission on Higher Education

about 9 months ago

Families of supposed victims of 'Oplan Tokhang' file cases against Quezon City policemen. Relatives of the victims fear for their lives but are hopeful justice will be served.

about 9 months ago

Policemen have returned to the streets to crack down on drug offenders after a brief suspension of Oplan Tokhang. While the police promise a better enforcement this time, the victims' families come forward to seek justice.

about 9 months ago

In the first week of PNP's Oplan Double Barrel Reloaded, 23 people were reported to have died in the administration's revived war on drugs.

about 9 months ago

Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa confirms the controversial war against illegal drugs is back. He then vows to do it right this time.