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Duterte won’t go to war vs. China over claims

President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday brought up going to war with China over the West Philippine Sea dispute and said there is nothing he could do about it.advertisement In his…

Manila court upholds Ressa cyber libel conviction, cites new 15-year prescription

MANILA, PHILIPPINES Judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesa finds a Supreme Court First Division ruling from 2018 that says cyber libel prescribes not 12 years but longer – 15 years Manila Judge Rainelda…

‘PIRMA Kapamilya’: Volunteers launch campaign to put ABS-CBN back on air

A volunteers group on Friday launched a campaign for ABS-CBN to resume its free-to-air broadcast operations after a House of Representatives panel junked the network’s application for fresh franchise. Through…

Senators warn Meralco of possible charges for customers’ ‘bill shock’

Senators warned the Manila Electric Company (Meralco) on Monday on the possible charges that it may face arising from rampant complaints on excessively charging its customers during the community quarantine.…

Anti-Terrorism Act earns sweeping support among Bohol peace, order councils

The Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 which Pres. Rodrigo Duterte earlier signified as urgent and signed into law last week has earned the overwhelming support by the province’s 47 municipal and…

Philippine Congress Officially Shuts Down Leading Broadcaster

Philippine lawmakers on Friday formally shut down the country’s largest broadcast network, the latest major blow against the news media as President Rodrigo Duterte cracks down on outlets that have…