PNP chief Bato dela Rosa doesn’t want ‘ninja cops’ to become EJK victims

Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa said Tuesday he does not want “ninja cops,” or police officers recycling shabu, to be victims of extrajudicial killings.

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Robredo wants to help in rehabilitation efforts for drug surrenderees

Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday said her office is looking into ways to assist the administration in its campaign against illegal drugs.

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Kin of cop who committed suicide wants PAO chief Acosta probed over 'persecutory statements' 

The family of deceased PO3 Jeremiah de Villa on Tuesday slammed Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) chief Persida Acosta for her “persecutory statements” that accused De Villa and his colleague of murdering a motorycle rider last month.

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Senate committees recommend postponement of SK, barangay polls

The Senate Committees on Local Government, Electoral Reforms and People’s Participation, and Finance on Tuesday recommended the postponement of the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.

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PDEA, NBI deny involvement in preparing Duterte’s list of ‘narco politicians’

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and National Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday admitted they were not involved in the preparation of President Rodrigo Duterte’s list of politicians allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade.

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Senate, House agree to postpone Barangay and SK polls to 2017

The Senate and the House of Representatives have agreed to reset the Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections to 2017.

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P5.4B worth of drugs seized in two months of Duterte admin —PDEA

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency has confiscated more illegal drugs in two months of the Duterte administration than in the first six months of 2016.

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SC junks Napoles' bid to junk graft, malversation charges

The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the indictment of businesswoman Janet Napoles in the cases involving the alleged misuse of pork barrel allotments of former Cagayan de Oro Rep. Constantino Jaraula and former Benguet Rep. Samuel Dangwa.

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China must recognize South China Sea ruling – Yasay

China will be the “loser” if it does not recognize an international court ruling against its territorial claims in the South China Sea, Foreign Affairs Sec. Perfecto Yasay said Tuesday.

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Can Pinoys now fish at Panatag? Palace tells fishers to ‘test the waters’

MalacaƱang is still uncertain whether China will now allow Filipinos to fish in the Panatag Shoal but presidential spokesman Secretary Ernesto Abella said it would be best if the fishermen “test the waters” in the disputed areas.

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