Scenes of the on going fire Barangay Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City. At least 300 families are affected

Map. History of Philippines conflict

15 August 2018
The president of the International Criminal Court’s member assembly said on Friday he regretted an announcement by the Philippines that it intends to withdraw from the court.
The Philippines has given official notice to the UN that it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, which is probing President Duterte's deadly drug war, Manila says
Scenes of the on going fire Barangay Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City. At least 300 families are affected
Shooting alarm at Green Valley Subdivision, Capitol Site, Cebu City
5 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 129km ESE of Sarangani, Philippines
The ICC reminded President Rodrigo Duterte that withdrawal from the court will not change the country's obligations to cooperate in a proceeding which had already begun.
Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque says it's not an issue that the President didn't know of the DOJ dismissal of the cases vs Lim and Espinosaa few months ago. "We never discuss individual cases. No, that's not the way to govern."
Atholic bishops criticize President Duterte's decision to withdraw PHL ratification of Rome Statute as act of cowardice and as sign that he is afraid of a conviction
5 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 5km NNW of San Miguel, Philippines
International Criminal Court is examining Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on drugs which has so far claimed more than 4,000 lives
Philippines Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque: We will comply with ICC withdrawal procedure
Two brothers were arrested by police operatives in a buy-bust operation at Sitio Pilit, Barangay Cabancalan, Mandaue City on Tuesday evening
Philippines is withdrawing its ratification of the Rome Statute effective immediately – President Rodrigo Duterte says he's pulling his country out of the International Criminal Court
Philippines' Duterte moves to quit International Criminal Court
U.S. transfers six surveillance drones to Philippines
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will on Tuesday hail the role of international law in settling regional conflicts, comments apparently aimed at bolstering Australian efforts to build a coalition against Chinese assertiveness
China urges UN to respect Philippines sovereignty
2 dead in separate 'drug-related' killings in Lapu-Lapu City
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Philippines drops charges against high-profile suspects in drugs trade
Roque: Duterte kill threat not literal
Sereno: If I resign, other high-ranking officials may be the next victims
Senator Leila de Lima arrives at the Philippine Heart Center for a routine medical check-up and CT scan
Fire razed chapel in Talisay City
Armed forces of the Philippines say that 44 BIFF/Islamic State members have been killed in Army airstrikes and attacks in Maguindanao since Thurdsay
Two men nabbed in Talisay drug bust
Philippines president Duterte says he ordered police to ignore international drug probers due to 'legal' reasons
The Philippine foreign minister slams a UN official who said President Duterte needs a psychiatrist, saying such comments set a 'dangerous precedent'
At least 17 injured in multiple collision along Roxas Boulevard
Philippines Justice Chief Sereno: I wish politicians would stay away from the judiciary
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