CATHERINE S. VALENTE, TMT

‘AMERICA KNOWS’

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte lashed out anew at Sen. Leila de Lima for portraying herself as a “prisoner of conscience,” as the lawmaker continues to languish in detention over illegal drug charges. In an interview aired on state-run People’s Television on Friday night, Duterte insisted that de Lima allowed illegal drugs…

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President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of “grave consequences” after he made the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) the “sole agency” in charge of handling his bloody war on drugs. In a speech in Dumaguete City on Friday night, Duterte acknowledged that the people’s aversion to the drug-related killings was the…

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The end is near for the conflict in Marawi City, President Rodrigo Duterte said, as the military makes its final push to liberate the strife-torn Islamic city. In an interview aired over state-run PTV4 on Friday night, Duterte claimed the Marawi conflict was “almost over” but added the government forces…

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Malacañang on Saturday expressed sympathy for the victims of wildfires that devastated Northern California’s wine country, leaving over 30 people dead and thousands others homeless. “We express our sympathies to the families of victims whose lives and properties were lost during the raging Northern California wildfires,” Palace spokesman Ernesto Abella…

ROBREDO, OTHERS SLIP IN LATEST SURVEY

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte kept his very high approval and trust ratings in the latest survey by pollster Pulse Asia, despite criticisms on his war on drugs and opposition allegations of unexplained wealth. The survey of 1,200 respondents from September 24 to 30, showed Duterte’s 80-percent trust and approval ratings were…

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President Rodrigo Duterte has warned anew that he would declare a revolutionary government if the opposition continues with supposed destabilization efforts against his government. In an interview aired over state-run PTV on Friday, Duterte said such declaration was a way to stop what he described were concerted efforts by the…

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President Rodrigo Duterte said he saw no reason to put Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Juan Andres Bautista on trial, saying that “by resigning, he has removed himself” from office. Duterte made the statement as he confirmed that he had accepted Bautista’s resignation. In a television interview, the President said…

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte said he saw no reason to put Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Juan Andres Bautista on trial, saying that “by resigning, he has removed himself” from office. Duterte made the statement as he announced that he has accepted Bautista’s resignation. In a television interview on Friday, the…

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte remained the most trusted government official in the country despite criticisms to his war on drugs and allegations he misdeclared his wealth, according to the latest survey by pollster Pulse Asia. The survey from September 24 to 30, showed that Duterte’s 80-percent trust and approval ratings were…

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte remained the most trusted government official in the country despite criticisms on his war on drugs and allegations he misdeclared his wealth, according to the latest survey by pollster Pulse Asia. The survey from September 24 to 30, showed that Duterte’s 80-percent trust and approval ratings were…

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