Duterte Archives – Philippines Daily
President Rodrigo Duterte said it’s not to focus on maritime dispute because he believes that wasting lives in such department is not worthy.
The Philippines will be rejecting conditional aides coming from all countries and not just the European Union (EU).
The ties between Russia and Philippines are now getting stronger. Russia just donated several pieces of military equipment to the Philippines.
Now that the terrorists in Marawi City are going down, President Rodrigo Duterte had instructed the military to target other terrorists in the country.
President Rodrigo Duterte vowed that he will investigate the office of the Ombudsman for impartiality and selectivity.
If a housewife became the president, what more a lawyer and an experienced politician?
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that two international syndicate groups are mainly behind the illegal drugs in the Philippines.
The death of UST Law freshman Horacio Castillo III caused a nationwide uproar.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday that members of the Catholic church should go out and refine the drug addicts instead of criticizing him and his anti-drugs campaign.
President Rodrigo Duterte spent P300 million in traveling to different countries in a year.
The Philippine Marines discovered a hefty amount of cash and checks in a Marawi home on Monday.
A week after her arrest, Senator Leila De Lima made a handwritten letter addressed to her love ones.
President Rodrigo Duterte wanted people who are engaged in “5-6” lending arrested and in most cases, be deported.
President Rodrigo Duterte said he might carry out death penalty every day once it is restored.
President Rodrigo Duterte threatened the fish pens owners in the Manila De Bay. He said that he will use military forces to remove the fish pens.
President Rodrigo Duterte will soon declare Scarborough Shoal a marine sanctuary, where fishing will be prohibited.
Queen of all Media, Kris Aquino teased everyone for her come back to television.
The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) announced that the government will invest on broadband infrastructure.
President Rodrigo Duterte visited the wounded soldiers in Sulu on Monday, which is after his visit to Japan.