The United Nations special rapporteur took to Twitter and asked Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo to act on the Philippines' bloody war on drugs.
In a statement, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Vice President Leni Robredo's claims on the government's drug war still need to be verified.
The nephew of alleged drug lord Peter Lim is facing frustrated homicide charges after he's caught in a viral video shooting another motorist.
Philippine National Police chief Ronald Dela Rosa says his staff didn't forward to him Vice President Leni Robredo's letter asking for data on the war on drugs.
Supt. Marvin Marcos along with 18 other cops surrendered to the police Monday after warrants of arrest were filed against them.
Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption said VP Leni Robredo should apologize for reporting very serious allegations on Duterte's war on drugs to the United Nations.
The European Parliament recently called for the immediate release of President Rodrigo Duterte's jailed political nemesis, Sen. Leila De Lima.
An anti-drugs advocacy group says the release of Vice President Leni Robredo's video to the United Nations was a part of "media strategy" on their end.
An average of three drug suspects were killed daily since the police resumed its anti-drug war.
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.
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