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about 5 days ago

Even as recent national surveys show Filipinos are satisfied with how President Rodrigo Duterte is handling criminality, drug-related killings continue. The recent casualty - a drug suspect in Manila who was killed in front of his daughter.

about 5 days ago

More time is needed to win President Rodrigo's Duterte's war on drugs, the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) said Thursday.

about 5 days ago

Officials share insights during CNN Philippines' Townhall on Thursday, on the performance of the Duterte administration in its first six months.

about 6 days ago

In a speech in Cabanatuan on Wednesday, President Rodrigo Duterte challenged bishops and priests to take on the country's problem on illegal drugs.

about 6 days ago

The government's war against drugs is claiming many lives and the Philippine National Police (PNP) Crime Laboratory says it's reaching its limits as it processes thousands of cases.

about 1 week ago

The House Speaker says he has a a copy of the narco-list that includes the names of sitting congressmen. However, he refuses to give details about who these officials.

about 1 week ago

The National Bureau of Investigation takes protective custody of a senior police officer who is a suspect in the kidnapping of a Korean national. Police chief Ronald Dela Rosa says SPO3 Ricky Santa Isabel is part of efforts to undermine the government's anti-drug campaign.

about 1 week ago

President Rodrigo Duterte warns that he will declare martial law if the country's drug problem becomes quote "very virulent." Some lawmakers agree with Duterte, but others have reservations.

about 1 week ago

Vice President Leni Robredo comments on the administration's war on drugs, expressing concern that innocent civilians are being swept up in the violence.

about 2 weeks ago

President Rodrigo Duterte also says he plans to make public his list of alleged drug personalities.