The news website may be “CIA sponsored,” Rodrigo Duterte says.
Amnesty International slams Duterte administration for bloody war on narcotics.
“It doesn’t seem to be too friendly a declaration,” presidential spokesman says.
“We will increasingly find them in our midst,” Murad Ebrahim says.
Sixty-five drug suspects were killed in counter-narcotics operations since December, according to national police.
Tropical Storm Sanba brings heavy rain to Mindanao island.
Manila has complained to Beijing about its efforts in parts of the Pacific region.
Abdelhakim Labidi Adib is charged with illegal possession of explosives.
Government plans to seek bids from China, Russia, South Korea and Turkey.
Presidential spokesman says Persian Gulf state is obligated to compensate victims of “horrendous crimes.”
Seven soldiers suffered non-critical injuries, military officials say.
Philippines could host exercises on South China Sea, foreign department source says.
Government has questioned downgraded charges relating to 2015 counter-terrorist raid that left 44 policemen dead.
Duterte spokesman plays down ICC probe as a “waste of time.”
Ottawa raises concerns over whether aircraft could be used in anti-insurgency campaign.
Two civilians and a soldier died in separate incidents involving NPA guerrillas, officials say.
The officers would be the first facing potential murder charges in President Duterte’s drug war.
Court rules 10-5, saying it has no power over congressional authorization of military rule.
President’s statement comesdays after China finishes exploration project in the sea area.
Sanofi Pasteur says it made good faith effort by purchasing unused doses of Dengvaxia.
Police say they carried out 3,253 raids from Dec. 5 through Feb. 1.
Two road workers were among those killed and injured in attacks in the south.
Officials said Southeast Asian neighbors back the campaign.
Rafael Baylosis is believed to be the head of the New People’s Army (NPA).
Ombudsman says her office is constitutionally independent from chief executive.
Senate hearing comes after Philippine media groups denounce closure order against online news platform Rappler.
There is “an indisputable conclusion” that the boy was executed, justice officials said.
Lawmakers say the move is needed to prevent ‘another Marawi.’
Troops are combing war-torn parts of the city for unexploded ordnance and homemade bombs.
Human Rights Watch paints country as “Wild, Wild West of Asia,” foreign secretary says.