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The Philippines' police chief resigns over drug scandal accusation

He is accused of involvement in 'recycling' confiscated drugs, an allegation that could undermine govt’s anti-narcotics campaign.

by Reuters
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Philippine court rejects government effort to recover Marcos wealth

The government alleges that Marcos and his wife, Imelda, acquired expensive artworks, jewellery, properties and stakes in businesses, worth US20 billion.

by Reuters
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Duterte wants freed inmates ‘dead or alive, - preferably dead'

The Philippines' president renews reward offer for hundreds of convicts set free in a corrections bureau blunder.

by Reuters
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Filipino villagers swap trash for rice in fight against plastics

The village of Bayanan, outside Manila, is offering 1kg of rice for every 2kg of plastic waste.

by Reuters
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Duterte says China offering gas deal if maritime arbitration case ignored

The Philippine president did not say if he accepts China's offer for setting aside The Hague's 2016 ruling in the Philippines' favour.

by Reuters
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Philippine minister says no access for UN drugs war probe

At least 6,700 people have been killed in president Duterte’s three-year crackdown.

by Reuters
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Slave to sachets - How poverty worsens plastics crisis in the Philippines

Filipinos use almost 60 billion plastics sachets a year, or enough to cover 130,000 soccer fields.

by Reuters
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As maritime rows resurface, Duterte readies to raise ruling with China

After years of evading the issue, Duterte is under pressure to confront China about The Hague's 2016 ruling invalidating much of China's maritime claims.

by Reuters
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Philippines to study economic impact of halting online gambling

China has urged the Philippines to ban online gaming to support its crackdown on cross-border gambling.

by Reuters
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'You must be stupid': Duterte says he won't be tried by international court

The Philippine President vows to continue on his war on drugs.

by Martin Petty, Reuters
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Philippines buries drug war's youngest victim

Three-year-old Myca Ulpina was what police called “collateral damage”, an unintended death among some 6,600 people killed in shootouts during President Duterte's three-year crackdown.

by Reuters
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'Rampant killings in Philippines' war on drugs warrant probe'

Amnesty International report urges UN to investigate illegal executions and police abuses.

by Reuters
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Philippines faces call for UN probe into war on drugs killings

Duterte's gov't has insisted the more than 5,000 killed by police all put up a fight.

by Stephanie Nebehay, Reuters
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Philippine drug war czar says ‘s**t happens’, brushes off police killing of toddler

According to Ronald dela Rosa, collateral damage was inevitable in police operations.

by Reuters
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Filipino immigration detainees tell of horror detention centre

Children were held in cramped and filthy conditions, while detainees were allegedly abused.

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Unhappy returns: Imelda Marcos' 90th birthday bash ruined as 261 hospitalised

Imelda herself is unscathed, and her daughter Imee pledged they would visit each of the ill who now inundate the city's emergency rooms.

by Reuters
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