THE Philippines and Brunei yesterday signed agreements that will deepen the cultural ties and people-to-people exchanges as well as improve the economic relations of the two countries, including reducing any trade barriers.
A COMPLAINT was filed yesterday at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Netherlands against President Duterte and senior officials, accusing them of crimes against humanity in connection with Duterte’s war against illegal drugs.
PRESIDENT Duterte is set to arrive at dawn today, Monday, from his three-country state visit in the Middle East, in time to meet some 150 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) being repatriated from Saudi Arabia.
PRESIDENT Duterte yesterday urged China to “relax” as he said he meant no harm when he ordered the military to start occupying islands within the countries’ territory in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).
FORMER Interior secretary Ismael “Mike” Sueno yesterday said he had irreconcilable differences with his three undersecretaries who initiated sending a confidential letter to President Duterte that led to his ouster.
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